In a way, anywhere along the continuation of the Bardot coast road that snakes out of the Centro area of Buzios and stretches to Ossos (about a mile) is good to watch the sun setting.
But La Parrilla is one perfectly reasonable choice.
It´s a good people-watching location, as you sit on the heavy outdoor chairs beside the road, cushioned from the wood by vast white padded matresses.
They do deals such as two caipirinhas for 24 reals (you can get cheaper, you can get better - ours were average at best), but it´s fine for an hour or two as the sun sinks.
We didn´t eat there, and Antonio, the multi-lingual meeter-and-greeter-on-the-streeter, whose job it is to haul in the punters, was - at times - a little over-enthusiastic.
Nevertheless, this half-Brazilian, half-German fellow in his late 50s was welcoming enough.
If you happen to be out at the Ossos end of Buzios, it´s a possible option for a meal or an evening drink. I probably wouldn´t put it higher than that.
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