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Rua da Consolacao, 3555, Sao Paulo, BR, 01416-001

  • Phone: (55) 11 21374555
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Diletto introduces the authentic Italian gelato to São Paulo. This gelateria in Jardim Paulista was set up by an Italian immigrant to the country. Select from an array of flavors like vanilla, chocolate and pistachio, or enjoy an espresso. They also feature delicious brownies, wraps and sweet treats.

Alameda Lorena, 1989
São Paulo, 01424


Softly lit by beautiful chandeliers and candles, JAM - Japanese Food, Arts & Music brings the taste of the Orient to Jardins. The contemporary Japanese cuisine will delight your palates while those looking for traditional dishes will love their sushi and sashimi preparations. Yet there is creativity in the sushi fare that highlights the fact that it is indeed an artistic expression of food. The ambiance is warm and inviting, with its wooden accents and fiery undertones while the garden is refreshingly cool. Enjoy the occasional art exhibitions and regular live music along with the sublime food in this lovely restaurant.

Rua Bela Cintra 1929
São Paulo, 01415-002

»Pão de Queijo Haddock Lobo

Pão de Queijo Haddock Lobo churns out a fresh batch of its eponymous dish every fifteen minutes. The shop and its boisterous owner Sebastian Cazumba is a staple throughout the neighborhood for pão, bite-sized baked biscuits of cassava flour and fresh cheese. Coxinha, fried dough balls containing shredded chicken, are also on the menu along with espresso to wash it down. Be advised, this spot is not a restaurant in the slightest, consisting of a minimal floor space with a small bench capable of seating about three patrons. Because of the popularity of the pãos, a little patience and good humor is advised.

Rua Haddock Lobo 1408
São Paulo, 01414-002

»Dive Bar & Diner

Dive Bar & Diner is a great addition to Jardim Paulista’s eclectic social scene. This watering hole features an impressive list of domestic and international beer, as well as delicious bar food. Wash down their chicken tacos with a chilled pint in a vibrant atmosphere. Patrons can shoot some pool or play a game of foosball as well. This space hosts private events and live gigs by local musicians that represent pop and rock genres.

Rua Augusta 2559
São Paulo, 01413-000

»Le Vin

Le Vin is a great addition to the neighborhood's excellent Parisian dining alternatives. On the menu are an array of delicious French preparations presented in a contemporary and appetizing manner. To complement the scrumptious fare that includes classics like Steak Tartare, Pommes Frites and Confit de Canard, is an extensive selection of fine wine, cocktails and spirits. The monochromatic portraits donning the vibrant walls, checkered tablecloths and confined seating enhance the place's cozy and warm appeal. With locations across the country and a boulangerie and patisserie to its credit, Le Vin is a nationwide hit.

Alameda Tietê 184
São Paulo, 01417-020

»Casa Elli

Located in Cerqueira César, Casa Elli is an gelateria serving up delicious Italian desserts. Apart from the classic gelatoes, they also offer a wide range of granitas, hot coffees and some assorted snacks. Decorated with whimsical yet elegant interiors, featuring imported Italian furniture, the joint provides a refined experience. With great, original recipes, a quick service and a fantastic vibe, Casa Elli is a must visit for everyone with a sweet tooth!

Alameda Tiete 163
São Paulo, 01417-020

»Jet Lag Pub

Jet Lag Pub is themed to reflect a commercial aviation pub from the 1960s. With its travel-inspired decor of aircraft wings, turbines, propellers and maps, this pub even has a cocktail list to match. Award-winning mixologist Matheus Cunha creates drinks influenced by cities across the world including classic Martinis and Caipirinhas. For an added touch, their waitstaff sport airline uniforms.

Rua da Consolação, 3032
São Paulo, 01416-000

»Santo Grão

Santo Grão literally translates to "holy grain" and this chic establishment on the corner of Rua Oscar Freire celebrates the very divinity of the coffee bean. On the menu are an array of sumptuous brews, from popular espressos and lattes to more adventurous and inventive concoctions to go with delicious sides. Founder Marco Kerkmeester's emphasis on retaining the natural essences of the bean shines through with an array of organic South American varieties. The ambiance is warm and inviting; sit by the coffee bar and witness the art of coffee-crafting or head out to the alfresco seating area to enhance your flavorful experience.

Rua Oscar Freire Numero 413
São Paulo, 01426-001


O'Malley's in the Consolaçao district is bringing a taste of the Emerald Isle to Sao Paulo. The exposed brickwork and wooden accents create a welcoming environment that feels just like stepping into an actual Irish pub. And of course the free-flowing pints of Guinness don't hurt the illusion. If Guinness isn't for you, though, there is also a huge selection of cocktails, beers, wines and more to make sure you can find the perfect thing with which to whet your whistle. Plus, there's a massive menu of food including everything from Irish breakfasts and burgers to Mexican food and curry. With live music and sports on the TVs, there's always something going on at O'Malleys. 

Alameda Itu 1529
São Paulo, 01421-001

»Bar Squat

Squat Bar gets its name from Squat houses, better known as group homes. An important characteristic of such homes is the diverse culture and lifestyle. The Squat Bar exemplifies this characteristic and thus has a variety of dishes available, all of which are scrumptious. The cocktails are also noteworthy.

Alameda Itu 1548
São Paulo, 01421-001

»Espaço Quai D'Orsay

Espaço Quai D'Orsay is an exquisite cigar bar and store on Jardins' social scene. Frequented by cigar connoisseurs, it features an excellent collection of cigars, whiskey, cognac and wine from across the world. Unwind at their lounge, replete with fireplaces and leather armchairs, to soothing jazz tunes that give it an old-world feel. Luciana, the friendly attendant will guide you through your selection-making.

Rua Haddock Lobo, 932
São Paulo, 01421-001

»Café dos Prazeres

Café dos Prazeres is a beautiful homage to traditional cabarets. The ambiance is best described as intimate, with low lighting and candles glimmering on each table. Small yet comfortable with a seating capacity of only 80, the café hosts musical and dance performances every night, covering a range of genres. Although the menu is not extensive the dishes are delicious and well-prepared with a Mediterranean flair, while the bar offers a full range of alcohol with some scrumptious cocktails. Replete with photographs by Luiz Tripoli, Café dos Prazeres is where art and fine cuisine meet in a most beautiful and electrifying way.

Alameda Ministro Rocha Azevedo 1101
São Paulo, 01410-003
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