Collected by Courtney Armour
R. Pedroso Alvarenga, 1051 - Itaim Bibi, São Paulo - SP, 04531-012, Brazil
According to a story, two Italians were stranded on the high seas. In the midst of the storm, they vowed to open a restaurant serving the best pizzas and pastas if they survived. They did, and opened Serafina in New York City in 1995. The...
R. Manuel Guedes, 199 - Itaim Bibi, São Paulo - SP, 04536-070, Brazil
The large blue cow in front announces your arrival to one of Itaim Bibi's more chic botecos. During happy hour, it can be nearly impossible to find a seat as the stylish young paulistanos who work nearby flock to the bar. It's not a problem,...
R. Manuel Guedes, 349 - Itaim Bibi, São Paulo - SP, 04536-070, Brazil
Itaim Bibi is a bustling neighborhood in the center of São Paulo, filled with glass office buildings and an impressive array of restaurants. Before heading home, however, make sure to stop by Cuor di Crema. If you're lucky, you can watch the...
R. Graúna, 125 - Vila Uberabinha, São Paulo - SP, 04514-000, Brazil
Brazilian pizza is like nothing else you have never eaten. It's LOADED with toppings and smothered with cheese (cheese on top of other ingredients). I once had a pizza peddler try to sell me a pizza americana-a pizza with eggs and bacon, since,...
R. dos Pinheiros, 223 - Pinheiros, São Paulo - SP, 05422-010, Brazil
Tucked away on Rue dos Pinheiros, this café pays homage to the Brazilian obsession with French culture. La Bombe serves only eclairs, but don't think this limits your options!! They serve a variety of traditional eclairs, more adventurous flavors...
R. Dr. Renato Paes de Barros, 538 - Itaim Bibi, São Paulo - SP, 03178-200, Brazil
If you ask the average paulistano for a recommendation for Mexican food, chances are they will send you to Sí Señor, a ubiquitous chain that tends rather toward Tex Mex. For a more "authentic" experience, head to Hecho en Mexico in the...
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