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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.


Diquinta  -  Website (pt)
Vila Leopoldina   Samba/Pagode    Diners Club MasterCard Visa handicap facilities
It used to open just on Thursdays. This dancing bar, that was set in a atelier at Itaim Bibi neighborhood, is now located in a hangar at Vila Leopoldina and still opens on Thursdays, but also on Fridays and during the weekend. The music schedule is one of the house's attractions. The sound is diversified. The DJ responsible for the parties, Chicão, plays samba-rock (a mix of samba - Brazilian rhythm - and rock), Brazilian popular music, samba, black music, soul and funk. On Thursdays nights, the house offers live music.
R. Baumann, 1435
55 (11) 3832-8042
Thu. to sun.: from 9pm.

Lotus  -  Website (pt)
Vila Leopoldina   Black    American Express Diners Club MasterCard Visa handicap facilities
This club is set at the hotel Gran Meliá, which is a branch of the famous New York club. As its main attraction, the house receives rich and famous customers. The luxurious house has strong colors in the decoration and a nice lightening system. There is a lounge and a dance floor commanded by known DJs as Milk, Felipe Venâncio and Alê Reis. One of the place’s differences is the famous member card, owned only by 50 customers. It gives access to private parties, tables and easy access to the house.
Av. Nações Unidas, 12551
55 (11) 3068-9156
Wed., fri. and sat.: from 11pm

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