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Nightclubs
São Paulo has a intense night life capable of pleasing everyone. There are clubs playing great music, from electronic to Brazilian traditional styles - different options for all ages and various prices. The parties usually last all night long, for those who are discontented some houses have “after hours” that go until midday or more, depending on the place.


Blen Blen Brasil  -  Website (pt)
Pinheiros   Black    MasterCard Visa handicap facilities
The house is famous for the shows that usually promotes. There is a room for up to 300 people with tables and a TV where you can see and hear what’s going on the dance floor. On the upper floor there is the stage, a bar and a dance floor, where several types of music are played: dance, black, rock, MPB (stands for Brazilian popular music), salsa and samba rock. The most famous night is the black music night on Saturdays.
R.: Inácio Pereira da Rocha, 520
55 (11) 3815-4999
Mon. to sat.: from 8pm

Bubu Lounge Disco  -  Website (pt)
Pinheiros   Electronic    American Express Diners Club MasterCard Visa handicap facilities
The house offers a new concept of club, with diversified and modern public. There are three distinct rooms: a lounge full of sofas and a stage for pocket shows; there are two dance floors and five bars in the whole place. At Saturdays there are shows, and from on midnight the dance floor is open, with house and Jumba (flash back). On Mondays the house is a stage for theater plays, but after they are over, the dance floor is opened.
R.: dos Pinheiros, 791
55 (11) 3081-9546
Fri.: from 12pm. Sat.: from 11pm.

Buena Vista Club  -  Website (pt)
Itaim Bibi   Dance    American Express Diners Club MasterCard Visa handicap facilities
Set in a pleasant and cozy ambient, this club is decorated with jazz masters’ pictures, velvet curtains and privileged illumination. On the dance floor, Latin rhythms are played - salsa, merengue and Brazilian popular music - or dance, pop rock and flashback music. To drink, the house offers a vast menu. Among the options there is draft beer, champagne and mojito (cocktail made with rum, lemon and peppermint). To eat, hot dishes and portions are offered. Desserts are also served.
R. Prof. Atílio Innocenti, 780
55 (11) 3045-5245
Mon. to fri. and sun.: from 7pm. Sat.: 8pm.

Canto da Ema  -  Website (pt)
Pinheiros   Forró    Visa handicap facilities
Specialized in forró (Brazilian northeast typical music), this nightclub gathers usual costumers that like to dance. Classical singers perform and different styles are played, as well as the new generation and new genres. With capacity for up to 700 people, it has an open air space and a relaxed atmosphere. The menu is based on northeast specialties such as the “carne de sol” (traditional way of preparing the meat). Forró's official cocktail is the xiboquinha, mixture of pinga (sugar cane spirit), lemon, honey, cinnamon and ginger.
Av. Brigadeiro Faria Lima, 364
55 (11) 3813-4708
Wed. to sat.: from 10:30pm. Sun.:from 10mpm

Carioca Club  -  Website (pt)
Pinheiros   Samba/Pagode    Diners Club MasterCard Visa handicap facilities
The night club has capacity for up to 1200 people, divided on its dance floor - surrounded by tables -, V.I.P. area and mezzanine. The house also offers a picture exhibition of the national music scenery, with masters such as Cartola, Elis Regina, Tom Jobim and others. Illustrations inspired in Brazilian popular music signed by the cartoonist Lãn are also exhibited there. The ones who want to learn how to dance can take the dance courses for couples or singles, from Thursdays to Saturdays. The DJs command the dance floor music on the show breaks, playing the samba successes (Brazilian rhythm) and samba rock.
R. Cardeal Arcoverde, 2899
55 (11) 3813-8598
Tue. and thu. to sat.: from 10pm. Sun.: 4pm to 11pm.

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