Set in front of a calm square, this bar pays homage to the neighborhood (Tatuapé) roots. In the walls pictures show Tatuapé in the beginning of 20th century as a rural area. The menu offers options as dried meat balls with manioc and cachaça (sugar cane spirit).
Lgo. Nossa Senhora do Bom Parto, 49 55 (11) 2296-6365 Tue. to fri. and sun.:from 5:30pm. Sat.:from 12am.
This bar is a success of Joaquim Távora street, in Vila Mariana neighborhood. It has wooden tables in a small, but ventilated, saloon and on the sidewalk. The dark draft beer is better than the light one, both creamy. To eat, the house's specialty is sea food.
R. Joaquim Távora, 1139 55 (11) 5572-7071 Mon. to fri. and sun.: from 5pm. Sat.: from 12am.
Most of this bar's tables are on the sidewalk. It's a simple place, a good option to have a beer and try the appetizers, as the picanha (Brazilian popular beef cut) with garlic.
Av. Pompéia, 2517 55 (11) 3672-4154 Mon. to fri.:12am to 11pm. Sat. and sun.:10:30am to 7pm.
Usually this bar is full on evenings. There is a wooden deck that contributes for the bar's success on hot days. Good options are appetizers like picanha (Brazilian popular beef cut) with catupiry (type of cream cheese) and the house's drinks.
R. Apinagés, 1359 55 (11) 3673-8976 Tue. to fri.:5:30pm to 1am. Sat.:1pm to 1am. Sun.:1am to 12pm.