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Restaurant serves up Portuguese, Brazilian fare

By Erika Engle

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Feb 06, 2012

~~<p>Adega Portuguesa opened Friday in Chinatown for bar service and plans to roll out its menu of Portuguese and Brazilian cuisine in three weeks, according to owner Antonio Da Silva.</p>
<p>It opened in the former Mei Sum dim sum restaurant spot at 1138 Smith St., where it intersects Pauahi Street. (Mei Sum moved to 1170 Nuuanu Ave.)</p>
~~

Adega Portuguesa opened Friday in Chinatown for bar service and plans to roll out its menu of Portuguese and Brazilian cuisine in three weeks, according to owner Antonio Da Silva.

It opened in the former Mei Sum dim sum restaurant spot at 1138 Smith St., where it intersects Pauahi Street. (Mei Sum moved to 1170 Nuuanu Ave.) Login for more...



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