Bagatelle has long been synonymous with the boozy Sunday brunch from its installments in New York, Los Angeles and Miami. Its resort installments in St. Barth and outside of Paris, however, take on an altogether different luster that have been the model for further expansion in Sao Paulo and now Rio. It's Rio location is one of the best to date, tucked inside the historic confines of the Jockey Club that is stocked full of period details and walls of glass that frame the mostly white supper club with its innumerous crystal chandeliers, leather tufted booths and silver-plated champagne buckets.
Bagatelle isn’t just about the party, dinner menu features impeccable presentations of varied carpaccio, beef tartare and seafood ala plancha.
Expect the Rio party to happen mostly at night, or rainy weekends, given the city’s love for the beach and healthier daytime lifestyle. Late nights feature rotating DJs with midnight dinner scene that could rival the city’s best.