36 Hours in Sao Paulo

In Sao Paulo, Anthony Bourdain stays in an eccentric boat-shaped hotel, dines with friends at Alex Atala's famous D.O.M. restaurant, checks out the street graffiti with celebrated artist Speto and has ...

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Bar do Luiz Fernandez

Bar do Luiz Fernandez has great beer and food, as well as a festive atmosphere.

Rua Augusto Tolle, 610 - Santana
Sao Paulo, 02405-001, Brazil

 
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Bar do Mane

Tony’s taxi driver, Mauricio, brought him to Bar do Mane, located within the Mercado Municipal, for their famous mortadella sandwich.

Rua da Cantareira, 306, Parque Dom Pedro II
Sao Paulo, State of Sao Paulo 01103-201, Brazil

 
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Beco do Batman

For those on a tight budget, visit Beco do Batman for your fill of art – it’s an alleyway beautifully covered in local artists' works.

Rua Goncalo Afonso Sao Paulo
State of Sao Paulo 05436-100, Brazil

 
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D.O.M.

Tony has dinner at Alex Atala’s restaurant, D.O.M., with friends, Rosa and Luisa Moraes.

Barao de Capanema 549
Sao Paulo, State of Sao Paulo 01411-011, Brazil

 
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Feijoada da Lana

Feijoada, a traditional bean stew, is arguably the national dish of Brazil. Tony enjoyed some of the best feijoada in Sao Paulo at Feijoada da Lana.

Rua Aspicuelta, 421 Vila Madalena
Sao Paulo, 05433-010, Brazil

 
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Frangó

With hundreds of beers to choose from and amazing bar food, Frangó is not to be missed.

Lgo da Matriz Nossa Senhora Ó, 168, Freguesia do Ó
Sao Paulo, 02925-040, Brazil

 
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Ici Bistro

Tony and friends, Rosa and Luisa Moraes, met up with chef Benny Novak at his restaurant, Ici Bistro.

Rua Pará, 36 - Consolação
Sao Paulo, 01243-020, Brazil

 
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Izakaya Issa

This small restaurant/bar is considered to have some of the best Japanese cuisine in the city.

R. Barão de Iguape, 89
Sao Paulo 01507-000

 
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Mocotó

Tony visited one of Sao Paulo’s most popular restaurants, Mocotó, and caught up with chef Rodrigo Oliveira.

Av. Nossa Senhora do Loreto 1100
Vila Medeiros, São Paulo, Brazil

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