With the doors open for more than 25 years, Camila's restaurant is the largest Brazilian restaurant and the most traditional in the United States. This victorious story began in 1989 when Manuel Briote and Brasília Briote founded Camila's Restaurant in Miami. In 2013, partners Alex Alencar and Leonardo Charamba, former employees of Camila's, saw the old dream of purchasing the
restaurant become reality in 2013. Since then, the duo it always comes innovating to offer customers not only quality food, but also unique moments inside Camila's. That’s why today the restaurant is regarded as the Embassy of the Brazilian flavor in America and point more than obligatory during trip to Florida.
At the end of the 80’s, more precisely in 1989, Camila’s first restaurant was inaugurate. With somewhat innovative concept for that time, Camila has aimed to bring warmth and our good spice to Brazilians, residents and tourists in Miami.
Camila's Orlando Inauguration
Camila's was conquering not only the Brazilian public abroad, as well as the palate of the Americans. The success of the Miami unit has enabled the expansion of the business and opening of the second unit of the Brazilian restaurant, now in Orlando.
In 2008, was inaugurate in Camila's Orlando a differentiated space for events and parties, the Camila's Lounge. Since then, the lounge is a reference in organizing parties, fraternization and even weddings.
Partners Alex Alencar and Leonardo Charamba, former Camila's employees, saw the dream of purchasing the restaurant become reality in 2013. Since then, the duo has always innovated to offer customers not only quality food, but also unique moments.
Trip Advisor Award
Camila's Restaurant is successful in and out of its walls. His faithful customers enabled the first prize of restaurant highlight of the Trip Advisor in 2015. We have the honor of reconquering the award annually.
With the doors open for more than 25 years, Camila's is the largest Brazilian restaurant and the most traditional in the United States, making it known as "the Brazilian Flavor Embassy in America".