Comfort Suites Alphaville
Alameda Rio Negro 1030
Phone: (55) 11 2137-4100
Fax: (55) 11 2137-4111
Bars & Cafes
Atol Bar is a trendy feature on the São Paulo social scene. A great spot for large groups, this watering hole is popular among locals and tourists alike for its high spirits, late hours and laid-back vibe. Enjoy a pint of chilled beer or signature cocktails on their patio, and soak that up with delicious bar fare. On the menu are hamburgers, nachos and filet mignon. Their list of caipirinhas deserve a special once-over.
From the tables and menu to the decor of the place, everything about Frangó Bar exudes beer. Housed in an old building, this tiny and cozy bar is made in the traditional tavern style and offers a wide choice of drinks to its patrons, in addition to some generous portions of finger food. However, the bar is most known for its awesome collection of beer that has aficionados drooling. All in all, Frangó Bar is a great place if you want to spend some lazy and relaxed time with your pals.
As soon as you step into the Magnólia Villa Bar, you are greeted by its unique vintage décor with interiors graced with black and white photographs. The warm and inviting ambiance at this traditional place beckons you to sit at one of its quaint tables and enjoy an array of delicacies. Savor exotic meat dishes and bruschetas and also indulge in their famous aubergine preparations. Apart from a fantastic food, they also bring to you an impressive line-up of gigs and performances on a regular basis. Check website for more details on current and upcoming events.
SubAstor is nestled in the basement of the bohemian-style Bar Astor. The vibe at this speakeasy is reminiscent of watering holes in the Prohibition era, with antique furniture and dim lights adding to its charm. World-class bartending is backed with delicious bar fare and good music. The cocktail list has an emphasis on martinis and features classic concoctions as well as creative ones like earl grey mar-tea-ni, salad martini, and rose cucumber gin and tonic, and molecular foam margarita.
Located in Vila Madalena, Bar Astor reflects the neighborhood’s bohemian vibe. Vibrant tiles, LED-tube lights and marble tabletops contribute to an ambiance akin to that of charming 1950s botecos. Enjoy a beer or specialty cocktail to accompany traditional Brazilian pub grub like coxinha, pastéis and bouillabaisse. Head downstairs to SubAstor, their speakeasy-style basement counterpart.
Gràcia, the quaint Catalan neighborhood lends its name and essence to this Paulistano hotspot. A venue for all occasions and moods, its three differently set up areas are unified by the right amount of glitz and glamor. Relax with a pitcher of their signature sangria at the lively outdoor patio or head inside for a plush nightclub feel. If you're up for some laid-back chilling, pick your spot at the upstairs lounge that conveys an elegant living room atmosphere. Catalonia's red and yellow hues make their way onto tabletops, artistic lamps and vibrant walls.
Coffee Lab is a community gathering spot for coffee and conversation. This trendy coffeehouse sources some of the finest beans from Brazil and hand-roasts them to perfection. It has won accolades aplenty for its array of beverages as well as great service. Ask your barista for recommendations, and savor your cuppa out on the deck overlooking the street. This place also offers training to those who wish to learn the art of coffee brewing.
Established in 1980 as Martin Fierro, it was started in partnership by a Chilean and Argentine. They were the ones who brought the classic empanadas to this place. Empanadas is essentially a Spanish dish which is the heart and soul of this bar. Today, the place is run by a group of four people. However, the change in partnership hasn't affected the taste of their specialty or the ambiance of this place. The variety of empanadas that you get here is great. To accompany them are some fine spirits. So the next time you want to relax on a hot afternoon, you can head here and enjoy their delicious fare along with some chilled drinks.
Boteco Seu Zé attracts many for the great combination of food and entertainment. Lively shows and entertaining artists have been featured here regularly. Moreover, most of the popular brands of drinks are served here, which are a great accompaniment for the delicious food served. So to get the local Brazilian feel head straight to Boteco Seu Zé.
Posto 6 is a charming Brazilian dive bar that is perpetually popping with people. You can watch sports on the television, mingle with the locals, or talk sports with the enthusiasts. Bring some friends to indulge in their various beers and cocktails, ranging from the Guinness to Caipirinha, Brazil's national cocktail. Pair your drinks with delectable bar food, such as burgers and different cheeses, and you won't be disappointed.
This local pub is located in the bohemian neighborhood of Vila Madalena. A popular hangout for locals and tourists alike, patrons usually come for a few hours to chill out with a cold Brahma beer and friends. Live music takes place throughout the evenings and the pub grub is some of the best in the city with their famed steaks and mortadella sandwiches on the menu.
Salve Jorge is a local bar in the Vila Madalena neighborhood that serves delicious Brazilian food and drinks. With fresh ingredients and traditional recipes, the platter at Salve Jorge boasts of an aromatic flavor and a savory taste. While you are in São Paulo, do make a point to visit Salve Jorge and relish tasty dishes. For further details, check the website.