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A restaurant in America adapts Brazilian cuisine for Colombians

A restaurant in America adapts Brazilian cuisine for Colombians

Without Brazil in the semi-finals, businessman William Silva will make way for the decisive clash in the Copa America with the country’s colors.

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William Silva, owner of Brazilian Way Sport Bar in Charlotte - Leandro Quesada/Score

William Silva, owner of Brazilian Way Sport Bar in Charlotte – Leandro Quesada/Score

Charlotte (USA) – Businessman William Silva, 40, had already personally prepared every detail for the record-breaking night at Brazilian Way Sport Bar, a restaurant located in Charlotte.

In the first phase, Brazil was impressed by the good presence of the public Copa AmericaThe semi-final of the tournament, which once again featured Colombians frequented by the establishment, was considered to have immense potential. Penalty shootout loss to UruguayHowever, he changed the venue to accommodate only football fans. Las Cafeteria.

“I was already lined up in front of yellow green movement supporters and I got permission from the authorities for us to make noise and they are very strict about it. Now we are changing everything to a ‘Columbian Day’,” explains Silva. Scoreboard.

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Corinthians with Brazilian and yellow-green flags, the venue is often packed with flamenco and palmeiras games, Colombia’s, horns, the country’s typical music and many members of the local Colombian community.

“I have a Colombian personal friend, Victor Crisals Sanchez, who lives here in Charlotte and organizes everything. He’s done a lot of work with us, and now he’s taken on the task of making it happen tonight,” he says.

Fans at the Brazilian Way Sport Bar during the penalty shootout against Uruguay - William Silva/Personal Archive
Fans at the Brazilian Way Sport Bar during the penalty shootout against Uruguay – William Silva/Personal Archive

In the room, there are several television sets, shirts of other Brazilians such as Santos, Atlético Mineiro and Gremio, and photos of players such as Neymar and Ronaldo Phenomeno, both wearing the national team shirt.

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Silva has been in the country for about seven years with his wife and three children. The oldest of them, Kayo Henrique Santos, will serve as the Conmebol system at Bank of America Stadium for the match between Uruguay and Colombia.

In the climactic clash in the Brazilian relegation, the bar was so packed with fans that a screen had to be installed in the parking lot due to the maximum capacity of the indoor space. “I took the service outside and it was very busy,” concludes the owner.

The house has only Brazilian staff and is also known for performances by well-known artists. You have already mentioned the presentations of Revelação and Bonde do Forró. On the 13th of July, it’s Naldo Penny’s turn.

Unbeaten in the tournament, Los Cafeteros were favorites to win a place in the final after 23 years. To do so, the country must now beat Uruguay this Wednesday, the 10th, at 9pm (Brasilia time) at the Bank of America Stadium.

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