Traditional in the city's North Zone – opened since 1973 – became famous because of its caldo de mocotó (Brazilian typical dish that is a soup made with ox bones) and other dishes from backcountry cookery. The menu's prominence are the more than 250 options of cachaça (Brazilian alcoholic drink made of sugar cane).
Av. Nossa Senhora do Loreto, 1100 55 (11) 6951-3056 Mon. to sat.: 10am to 9:30pm. Sun.: 10am to 4pm.
In ample and spacious house, in this bat the tables that are set in a kind of balcony with a garden are more tranquil. Offers good sea food appetizers, an oyster bar and two snooker tables. It is a nice place to flirt.
Av. Hélio Pellegrino, 1170 55 (11) 3849-3663 Mon. to sun.: from 5:30pm.
Ó do Borogodó
Good place for those who seek traditional samba, choro and MPB – all kinds of Brazilian music. Aiming quality music the owners always bring different groups to play in the house. At Saturdays the house opens at lunch time serving a traditional feijoada (Brazilian dish made of beans and pork).
R. Horácio Lane,21 55 (11) 3814-4087 Mon. to fri.: 9pm to 3am. Sat.: from 1pm. Sun.:7pm to 11pm.
The house mixes the winter atmosphere of the traditional pubs with some tropical details adopted by many bars. In the menu you can find many imported beers and great food options such as roast beef sandwich and caesar salad. The soundtrack is based on pop rock, flashback from the 80's and disco, with bands playing live from Tuesday to Sunday.
R. Diogo Jácome, 613 55 (11) 3842-4342 Mon. to fri.: 6pm to 2am. Sat. and sun.: 1pm to 2am.