The Portuguese word pimenta is used to refer both to the family of plants that are called chilis or chili peppers in English, and to the table-top sauce made from the fruits of these plants.
When asking for a beer, most will tell the waiter that they want the beer to be bem gelada (well chilled), geladinha (quite cold), or even estupidamente gelada (stupidly cold).
Although typically from the Northeast, escondidinho is now considered standard, buteco fare all over Brazil.
Who doesn’t love a good salgadinho? Roughly translated, “tasty little salty things” (tasty was my own literary addition, because they’re delicious), salgadinhos are indispensable at any children’s birthday bash, wedding or post-party munch fest.