Restaurants in São Paulo

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A Jardins steak house legendary for its Saturday feijoada buffet. Read More

The restaurant, which sits high above Cambury Beach on a forested hillside, is the current hot spot; Brazilian-accented Italian cuisine (conchiglia del... Read More

The chocolaty açai-berry shake is a standout. Read More

Tuck into the ultra-cheesy pies from the infernal wood-burning oven and the pleasantly oily Calabrian sausage bread. Read More

A required stop for foodies (and big-name chefs from Alain Ducasse to Ferran Adrià), D.O.M. serves a tasting menu by pioneering chef Alex Atala... Read More

Chef Atala’s new casual restaurant. The adobe-hued Dalva is all about sharp updating of grandmotherly regional dishes. Moqueca, a seafood stew... Read More

In addition to its quality beer, this Rio microbrewery serves traditional Brazilian dishes like picanha (roughly though inaccurately translated as rump... Read More

Prior to the opening of this bar, Brazil’s best microbrews didn’t wander too far from the German-speaking south. Now travelers and <em>... Read More

The local intelligentsia frequent Filial, where schoppe (draft beer) flows into the wee hours. Read More

Order the Super Burguer com pimenta at this burger haven. Read More

Though Argentine by birth, Brazil, too, has fallen for this café chain, especially its dulce de leche–stuffed alfajores (a South American... Read More

Known for its piled-sky-high mortadella sandwich and flaky pastel de bacalhau (salt-cod pastries). Read More

The sushi in São Paulo is top-notch. Read More

Big, flat oysters are shucked to order for patrons while they wait for their fish to be cleaned. Read More

Not only is this the spot to sample Brazil’s most decadent chocolate, but this small chocolataria and café is also the airport’s... Read More

Chef Edinho Engel started the Cambury dining revolution 18 years ago when he opened the restaurant in the rain forest at the end of a 50-foot boardwalk.... Read More

Helena Rizzo is a Brazilian model turned chef; her husband, Daniel Redondo, is the former chef of Celler de Can Roca, in Girona, Spain, Europe’s... Read More

Restaurants don’t get any cooler—or more Brazilian—than this current cult spot owned by 30-year-old Rodrigo Oliveira. Getting here is... Read More

The sushi chefs at this hotspot slice fish inside a VW bus. Read More

The most popular bar pre-security is nothing special whatsoever, but there are cold chopes (Brazilian draft beer), stiff martinis, and a whole lot of... Read More

Though the pleasant exposed brick and liberal use of Brazilian woods clash with the awful banquet chairs, this business steak house is the classiest... Read More

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