São Paulo Area

São Paulo Area Travel Guide

Articles about São Paulo Area

By Samantha Shankman
If there’s anyone we trust with outlining our feasting game plan for Brazil, it’s Alex Atala. Known as Brazil’s first and only celebrity chef, Atala has been reinventing the country’s foodscape since the opening of his now famous restaurant D.O.M....
By Katie James
The company may be an insider’s secret, but the furniture and objects from Toronto design showroom Avenue Road are on full view at some of the world’s top hotels and retail spaces, like the Park Hyatt New York and Toronto’s Holt Renfrew department...
By Nate Storey

Extravagant tasting menus, Michelin-starred dining rooms, trend-shaping chefs—this is T+L’s can’t-miss list of meals worthy of a flight, plus how to navigate the mind-boggling reservation process.   

By Anya von Bremzen
Video: Sâo Paulo’s Best Street Art Long past midnight at restaurant D.O.M., in São Paulo, my partner, Barry, and I are sniffing out exotic notes (anise? banana?) in the Anísio Santiago cachaça. Produced in minuscule batches in the colonial state ...
By Jennifer Flowers
Lay of the Land Centro: The once-gritty city center has been reborn, thanks to an influx of nightclubs and restaurants. Higienópolis: Art lovers won’t want to miss this up-and-coming neighborhood, known for its Modernist architecture and gal...
By Luke Barr

Hotels in São Paulo Area

High in the mountains of Vale dos Mellos, 160 miles northwest of São Paulo, sits a stone-and-glass lodge conceived to showcase the best of the country.

Restaurants in São Paulo Area

Head to Emporio de Serra tavern atop the Cantareira, overlooking São Paulo’s skyscrapers, to savor Brazil’s national cocktail, the caipirinha, made of lime juice, sugar, and cachaça (distilled from sugarcane).