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Highlights of this neighbourhood include Pacaembu Stadium and the Museum of Soccer, but they are not the only attractions it offers. Street markets are part of São Paulo’s culture, and at Charles Miller Square you will find one of the city's best. Arrive early to be delighted by fresh fruits, vegetables, coconut water and “pastel”, fried dough filled with innumerable options including cheese, meat, and shrimp. If you are into architecture, don’t miss Casa Modernista and Casa Buarque de Holanda, two historic houses. The small residential streets along Pacaembu offer quiet refuge from the chaotic traffic.
For only $3 USD entry, I don't think you can miss this if you have time. We went during the time of the World Cup (this year's in Russia) and it was really interesting as a foreigner to learn about each World Cup played and the stories around it. I learned alot. Also, the museum is at an old soccer...
Sao Paulo Football Stadium, better known as ‘Estádio do Pacaembu’ is situated in Pacaembu neighborhood of Sao Paulo, Brazil. It was established in 1940 and several matches of 1950 World Cup were played here. It has capacity of 40000 seats. The ground is 104 meter long and 70 meter wide. The official name of the stadium is Estádio Municipal Paulo...
This is a long time favorite in Sao Paulo. It has been around a long time with a consistent quality.
The food is just great the appetizers and entrees just like a Italian grandmother would cook. Love everything that is on the menu.
The service is very attentive without being annoying.
€€€€ • Steakhouse, Barbecue, Argentinian, South American
reviewed 28 May 2015 by KimbertPalisoc
We visited Sao Paulo with family last week and had heard and read very positive things about this steak house. We decided to make a reservation for our time there. Make sure to make your reservation as early as possible, especially weekends.
We went all out - ordered drinks, appetizers, salads, main course, and desserts. All exceeded my expectations. All...
All waiters are dressed like Lampião or Maria Bonita ("cangaços" - a type of local criminals famous in early 20th. century in the wood zone), circulating in a happy lounge with typical Northeast objects. Traditional dishes like Baião de dois, Moqueca, buchada, escondidinho, "queijo coalho", grilled fish, acarajé are well prepared. You don't need to take a plane to taste...
I have been visiting this small but special restaurant since 18's. Fortunately the friendship, food and courtesy never changed.
You can choose from marvelous appetizer to a main dishes every fresh prepared and finalize with a terrific cappuccino.