Dining options include Casa Colonial, Av. Afonso Pena 3997 (tel. 067/3383-3207). The house special is grilled chicken (delicious!), picanha beef, or roasted pork. At the popular Portuguese restaurant Acepipe, Rua Eduardo Santos Pereira 645 (tel. 067/3383-4287), the house specialty is bacalhau (cod), served grilled or with egg and onion. Surprisingly enough, Campo Grande is also a good city for Japanese food, a legacy of the Japanese laborers who worked building the railroad through the state in the 19th century. For a full-menu Japanese restaurant, try Kendô, Av. Alfonso Pena 4150 (tel. 067/3382-9000). Open Tuesday to Sunday 7pm to midnight.

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