Comfort Suites Oscar Freire
Rua Oscar Freire, 1948
Sao Paulo, 05409-011
Phone: (55) 11 21374700
Fax: (55) 11 21374701
Rua Oscar Freire, 1948 Pinheiros, Sao Paulo, BR, 05409-011
- Phone: (55) 11 21374700
- Fax: (55) 11 21374701
La Madrileña is the mecca for wine connoisseurs. This cozy bar has a great collection of Spanish wines that are picked, imported and stored under the best conditions. More like a winery, the La Madrileña is managed by a Hispano-Brazilian duo. The whole idea of this bar is to bring the Spanish culture of tapas and wine under one roof. Apart from the precious wine collection, their authentic Spanish food is something that they are proud of. Home-style and traditional family recipes are made here which are sure to please your taste buds. Dishes such as batatas bravas, croquetas and calamares en su tinta (squid stew in black ink) are some of their best and most ordered dishes. Drop by at La Madrileña to have that perfect weekend lunch by sipping some exotic Spanish wine and devouring the fare.
Organic vegetarian food is the forte of this beautiful Indian restaurant. With a menu that is made with your health and body in mind, GOA offers some delectable dishes. Salads, sprouts, vegetables, legumes are some of the many organic ingredients that are a part of their menu. Following the Brahma Kumari way of eating, their menu consists of food that nourishes you mind, body and soul. Just drop by this little restaurant and savor the beautiful cuisine of India.
Le Jazz is a small, cozy French restaurant, but one visit to this place and you will agree that it is well worth checking this place out. This place does get a lot of customers on the weekends; however, the staff is very helpful and works very hard to help you, even suggesting their favorite dishes. Steak Au Poivre is one of the menu favorites. If you manage to sit next to the kitchen window, it is a joy to see the chef and staff preparing their creations for other patrons to enjoy, as well as read the chalk board for the daily specials. Their decor is also (as expected) very much inspired by famous jazz musicians. Be aware, large groups are not recommended, and no reservations are taken.
Bringing the concept of fast grill to the masses, the Bovinu's Group has come a long way since opening its first establishment in Rio Grande do Sul. The restaurant is a modern churrascaria, or Brazilian chophouse, and features perfectly-barbecued, succulent meat fare among a host of salads and charcuterie. Confined seating and exposed brick walls surround the buffet that forms the centerpiece of the warm and welcoming place.
MEATS sits tucked away in Sao Paulo's Pinheiros district under the leadership of owner and head chef Paulo Yoller. This trendy burger hotspot features a seamless combination of ground beef and brisket to create a unique burger, topped with such progressive ingredients as wasabi honey dressing. This diner spruces up its drinks as much as its burgers, offering Guiness and Jack Daniels milkshakes, among other treats.
At Grazie a Dio, which means "thank god" in Italian, there is really a reason to be thankful due to the liveliness of both the environment and the cuisine. The food focuses on Mediterranean cuisine and the mixture of aromas that emanates from the kitchen is wonderful. The filet mignon wrapped in bacon and in a Madeira sauce is definitely worth trying. The restaurant also features live bands that play the ever popular MPB (Brazilian popular music) as well as more traditional music like bossa-nova and of course, samba. The cocktail list is also varied with classics and others that you can only make in Brazil, like the fruit cocktail made with maracujá and caju.
Step into the lovely El Mariachi restaurant and treat yourself to authentic Mexican fare. From soups, salads to main courses, every dish on the platter boasts of a traditional flavor. You will also love the tequilas served here. Enjoy the delicious fare and drinks with your family and friends and dance to the Mexican live tunes played here on every Thursday to Saturday.
Dedicated wholly to the Brazilian dessert, brigadeiro, Maria Brigadeiro is located in Pinheiros neighborhood of São Paulo. Established in 2007 by gourmet baker Juliana Motter, the store takes large and small orders for many different varieties of the confection. Ranging from classics like dark chocolate, milk chocolate to the nuttier pistachio or almonds, from the fruitier orange or mango to the more exotic sesame flavor and even the Indian masala flavor, you can take your pick from over forty different versions of brigadeiros. All products are hand-made, using the best ingredients available which reflects in every bite of the favorite Brazilian bonbon from Maria Brigadeiro.
This lively restaurant and bar in Pinheros, is one of the few places in the city that serves Tex Mex. Gorge on such delights as taquitos, fajitas, Phili Steak, burgers and more. Giving stellar company to the flavorsome delights, is a superb drinks list comprising classic as well as tequila-based cocktails, whiskeys, beers and wines. Tunes of classic Blues and Rock lend a lively vibe to the place. Check website for more.
Mani is a highlight on Jardim Paulista's eclectic dining scene and is one of the best restaurants in the world. Celebrated chef couple Daniel Redondo and Helena Rizzo are at the forefront of the kitchen that blends Brazilian, Spanish and Italian flavors. Sample their tasting menu or savor innovative specialties like sugar beet risotto with a drink of your choice. Enjoy your meal in the charming ambiance of the terrace.
The Orleans introduces Vila Madalena to the NoLa joie de vivre. This restaurant features authentic Southern flavors - both in cuisine and atmosphere. On the menu are classics like jambalaya and BB King pork ribs that complement signature cocktails and spirits. Sip on pepper caipirinha as local jazz and blues bands create a vibe that is reminiscent of the Big Easy. The decor of exposed bricks and rock 'n' roll memorabilia deserves a special mention.
Formerly Bargaço, Manzuá is still synonymous with Baiano cuisine in Brazil, despite the name change. The menu features an array of seafood delicacies made with the day's finest catch and cooked with traditional spices and homemade recipes. The place has a very exotic feel to it, hand-woven palm accents, minimal decor and communal seating enhancing the same. Dine underneath the outdoor bamboo shamiana in the company of palm trees and fresh breeze for an exquisite dining experience.