Brazil foodies go off beaten path in Rio’s slums

In this May 22, 2013 photo, a customer eats lunch at Bar Lacubaco in the Vidigal slum, reflected in the window in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. With its view of the Atlantic’s azure waters and its low prices, the Bar Lacubaco could give many conventional Rio restaurants a run for their money. In the land of the $35 martini, where a dinner for two routinely adds up to more than $200, Lacubaco's main courses are just $5-$7 apiece. (AP Photo/Victor R. Caivano)RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Adriana Peixoto would fit right in at the trendiest Rio de Janeiro bar with her hipster glasses and the big black tattoos on her calves.