The interwebs describe Carnaval as a celebration that “typically involves public celebrations, including parades, street parties, and other entertainment. Elaborate costumes and masks allow people to set aside their everyday individuality and experience a heightened sense of social unity. Participants often indulge in excessive consumption of alcohol, meat, and other foods that will be forgone during upcoming Lent.”
Yep. Apologies to vegans, agnostics, and atheists.
Moreover, if you’re a vegan, it’s probably best you don’t know what the interwebs describe Feijoada à Brasileira as…
However, if you like to keep things open-minded, maybe this year it’s finally time to embrace that other part of Carnaval — the one that’s all about setting aside your everyday individuality and experiencing a heightened sense of social unity?
If so, then darn your finest weirdo mask, grab a god-fearing carnivore friend, and head down to Mercearia da Mila for their Carnaval Warm-up all-you-can-eat buffet.
15€ gets you access to the buffet, drinks, and dessert.
Costumes are optional, but the best one wins a prize.
Seating is limited.
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