We were surprised with the caipirinhas having an ice pop inside... so refreshing. Good music but we were surprised too when they charged some reales to the bill because we were sat in the second floor.
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Ideal place for a business lunch or happy hour. Traditional "Paulistano" lunch dishes in a place with and incredible and fun décor. You will find thousands of empty beer bottles, Antique cash registers, old equipment's and so on. Kind of Bar inside a museum exhibit.
We stopped in whilst on a guided tour of São Paulo. There are two pages of caipirinha options and that was a good sign given the heat outside. They were good. With our guides help we tried some of the appetizer bites and enjoyed them without any being particularly memorable.
Incredible place combining food, environment, tradition. You have to go if you are in Sao Paulo and want to get maximum return on your time and money investment. I go back there every time I am in town.
A great bar, with delicious food. We had some fillet steak delivered sliced and sizzling on a hot plate whilst we escaped from the heat with a few cold beers. The food was truly great and very good value for money. If in the area would definitely visit again.
I had been here with some colleagues from work while on a trip to Sao paolo. It was recommended by some friends. The entire street was crowded on a saturday night and we settled in for some drinks and dinner here. the atmosphere in the bar is very lively and great place to watch the crowd - a great selection... More
São Paulo has many traditional places. Bars from 50’s, 60’s and so on… but ok this place is good and have a great atmosphere in a vintage aspect, but does not have more than 15 years… The food is good… and upstairs they present a good presentations of choro or samba… good sound.
Lunch with business colleagues at this open air bar/restaurant was great. We had the lunch special of salad, fried pork rinds, fried plantain, and well prepared pork. It also comes with the signature dish, feijoada, which is a stew of beans with pork and beef in a small pot....fantastic! Service was prompt and friendly.
This is a really enjoyable and busy open-air bar in the heart of Vila Madalena's bar scene. Come here for chopp (cold draft beer) and caipirinhas (cocktails made with cachaça, spirits made from sugar cane). Service is pretty prompt even when it is busy, which is often. It's worth waiting for a table with a view of the street, but... More
Very nice bar where is possible to drink some chops (beers) with few snacks or even eat something. Very good is the picanha they serve with rice and farofa... but of course also other snacks seem veyr nice. Excellent to drink something after dinner it has a nice atmosphere and is located strategically in the heart of Vila Madalena. A... More
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