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Mercado Municipal in Pinheiros is one of the typical markets in Sao Paulo, which is visited by local people to buy fresh fruits and vegetables, food and spend time in cafes and restaurants. It is a small market but it must be pointed out that...More
I loved going to this market because you feel like a local and you can see where do they go shopping for fresh food. It has a huge and amazing section where you can find fruits and vegetables, they all look delicious and so fresh....More
This food market has all you need, very close to a subway station, in a renovated area, nice food markets with excellent products from wine to a simple apple, and on top of it several outstanding restaurant for a quick bite. For food market lovers,...More
Easily one of the nicest markets I've been to in South America.
It's not packed, it's incredibly well organised and there's tons to buy and see, really well worth coming.
There's a ton of amazing fruit and vegetables and an amazing restaurant that serves the...More
Nice place to spend the afternoon drinking a beer, trying the ceviche, pizza and eating at Mocotó. The day I went there was a small food festival happening so that was a super plus, a lot of good food.
Don't miss the stores on the...More
If you go there, you, probably, will not find a private place to sit. But I think it is a good thing there.
You will share a table with different people you can meet.
The food is very good and the price is ok.
If you like of "finger food" this is a place for you! A small and cozy market for those who like to sit at the counter and enjoy a snack or even a meal while drinking a beer.
There are 3 small restaurants where you...More
Exploring Pinheiros, a neighbourhood known for cozy restaurants and cafes, you will notice a youthful energy. Several cultural centres and institutes surround the area and even its main church, Calvário, hosts a traditional Brazilian “Festa Junina” - a celebration with traditional music, dance, and food during the months of June and July. On the weekends, residents gather at Benedito Calixto Square, a loud
and crowded area where people enjoy live music drinks alongside the antiquities fair.