Starbucks, that perennial coffee house that is on almost every city block in the United States, now also has a presence in Rio de Janeiro. Well it should, too, because both Starbucks and Brazil are known for coffee. The coffees at the Brazilian locations, though, tend to use more international varieties of coffee beans. They currently have 15 different kinds of international coffees. The inside is always neat and well-decorated, and the staff are trained to always be courteous. It’s hard to say anything bad about such a classic.