Canto da Ema
Instituto Tomie Ohtake
This cultural institute, founded by Ruy Ohtake, São Paulo’s most prominent contemporary architect, is dedicated to his Japanese-born...
Empório Alto de Pinheiros
This neighborhood secret started as a beer emporium and involved into a full-on gourmet beer bar. Cerveza geeks fret nervously over...
Escape to France at this excellent bakery and social breakfast spot, voted the city's best in 2012. The delightful fresh breads just...
Faria Lima 364 · interesting places nearby
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For a break from São Paulo’s upmarket danceterias, this relaxed, intimate club specializes in forró universitário, a more approachable version of the high-octane dance music from Brazil’s Northeast.