Quality Suites Vila Olimpia
Rua Alvorada, 1009/1023
Sao Paulo, 04550-004
Phone: (55) 11 21612688
Fax: (55) 11 38459494
Bars & Cafes
If you are a fan of Brazilian country music then Wood's will only delight you, if not just visit the nightclub and experience the euphoria created by local bands and grove to their tunes as part of a cultural experience. The ambiance at Wood's is always great, the place is flooded with interesting people and you can always bond with each over the love for music or drinks. You are advised to arrive here well before time as the club is very popular in the local circuit and tends to draw large numbers of crowd.
O Bar BarO is an amazing place to be with friends. Saunter in and at first glance you will be awed by the interiors, which are subtly colorful. Once inside, sit and relax on the comfy seating while enjoying the music played by the live bands. Alternatively , if you like to dance, impressive dance area is inviting. The restaurant and bar serves up some scrumptious food. Private events like birthdays and anniversaries can be celebrated here.
Rey Castro is a well known Cuban bar that serves traditional dishes and drinks. Besides food, it is known for the interesting line-up of events and theme nights complete with funky beats spinned by the DJs; the in-house bands play the best of Latin tracks. The patrons find it difficult to sit back and end up grooving to the cool tunes. Check website for complete schedule.
The traffic jam on J.K. Avenue is the unmistakable give-away: the Charles Edward is packed again which happens just about every evening. It looks like the perfect English pub with antique furniture and a London-like atmosphere. The shows that are presented live on stage provide the perfect soundtrack to the dance floor where the mostly over-30 crowd groove to the sounds of pop music, reggae and blues. The Whisky Club boasts more than 1000 members and 50 different brands of Scotch.
Located on Avenida Cotovia in Moema, Rhino Pub celebrates Rock N' Roll, Football and Beer, amongst other things. Modeled like an English soccer bar, the place sports a cool, casual vibe. Featuring big plasma TVs and great acoustics, the bar sees a lively crowd pulsing with energy and excitement during the big matches. Open all week, except Mondays and Sundays, Rhino Pub is a great place to catch a game or simply relax after a long day of work.
Known for its fine and relaxed atmosphere, the Bar Aurora has probably one of the most interesting alcohol menu's that one could find in Sao Paulo. Bar Aurora has a rustic look with a concrete ceiling, open shelves displaying a large stock of bottles, and photographs of some of Sao Paulo's important landmarks. The smartly dressed wait staff are knowledgeable and serve you the finest foods this side of town has to offer. Popular dishes include sandwiches, croquettes and Salads. Bar Aurora also serves cold beer to accompany your food.
Oenophiles in São Paulo must not skip a visit to Bardega. This wine bar promises a wine tasting experience like no other. Equipped with a smartphone menu and over 100 vino varieties, sommelier Arthur Azevedo recommends pairings that complements chef Fabio Andrade’s delicious appetizers like the cured meat platter and foie gras terrine. The wine is thoughtfully-selected from across the world and its integrity is preserved in state-of-the-art Enomatic dispensers that guarantees authenticity in flavor.
Bar des Arts is a French bar in São Paulo. This sophisticated lounge comes with an al fresco seating area as well. Select a table outdoors to enjoy the Mediterranean vibe that complements delicious cocktails and appetizers. This place is a popular choice among locals and visitors alike. Soak up a fruit caipiroska with codfish cakes or claw of crab, among others.
Pain et Chocolat is a popular spot for weekend buffet breakfasts and brunches. Reminiscent of a French cafe, this restaurant/cafe/confectionery, is a delightful place to be. Whether it is gorging on their lovely desserts such as chocolate eclairs, lemon tart and croissants or the fantastic spread of rosti, sausages, pancakes, breads, cheese, fruits and waffles, you will just be beaming with food happiness. No matter whatever time of the day or evening, you can taste their savory items and sweet delights. They even have an afternoon tea menu which is only for two hours. Don't miss Pain et Chocolat especially during the weekends if you are in the neighborhood.
You can find N.U Bar by the rather large pool found at The Grand Hyatt São Paulo. What could be better than a pool on a hot summer vacation day? Why the pool side bar of course! This is the haven that the sunbathers go to after a swim by the pool. N.u Bar serves health drinks and shakes and other beverages. So sit by the pool, lounge on a deck chair or just stand in the pool with your exotic drink by your side. The bar also serves light snacks so you can replenish your strength after that refreshing swim.
For a whiff of São Paulo’s up-and-coming rock scene, head to Manifesto Rock Bar. Hard rock and heavy metal dominates the scene here with a great line-up of concerts and live music events. Previous performances have included the likes of top names Iron Maiden, Metallica and Deep Purple. Head bang to your favorite band, dance the night away to the DJs eclectic playlist, and unwind at the lounge with cocktails and spirits for happening experience.
Bom Gosto - Lanchonete e Restaurante is a bar and restaurant that specializes in typical Brazilian dishes complemented by a selection of beer. Guests can savor items such as Filé Mignon Grelhado, Picanha Bom Gosto, Fígado Acebolado and Filé de Frango Light. The classic flavors and textures of these dishes are retained, making it a great place to experience quintessential Brazilian cuisine without breaking the bank. After a meal, sip a refreshing cup of tea or cappuccino while seated in their patio and enjoy the vibrant street scene. Their polite and efficient waiting staff ensures a memorable dining time.