The 10 best bars to the Esquenta
Heats up! Usually before the ballad the guys like to find in bars to go now shaking the night, drinking something, already start with the xavecadas and start on the right foot the night.
See the 10 best bars
10ª – Bar Papo, Pinga e PetiscoO bar Papo, Pinga e Petisco, located in the center of São Paulo, it is a good choice for those who enjoy good music from the 60s, 70s, blues, rock, jazz and bossa nova.
Address: Praça Franklin Roosevelt, 118
9ª – Bar D4
In the trendy area of Jardins, the D4 has an unusual decoration including paintings, pieces of clothing and even a covered skull Legos at the entrance. Divided into two floors, the pub wants to change the decor every four months and host exhibitions. Upstairs, a track promises various parties to cool public of the city.
Address: Rua da Consolação, 3417
8ª – Bar Volt
Address: R. Haddock Lobo, 40
7ª – 1ª Cervejaria da Mooca
Under the command of Imar Artur Gomes, who owns two steakhouses in town, Aquarius Grill and Restaurant Berlin, the 1st Brewery of Moocareúne barbeque art with different types of beer. The brewery offers over 30 types of beer, from Brazilian brands, Irish, English, German and Belgian.
Address: R. Guaimbé, 148
6ª – Bar do Giba
O bar do Giba,Located in Moema, it is foot-dirty style. The worn Formica counter and tables on the sidewalk show the divestment of the place. The clientele – from executives to college – is true, thanks to the care in the preparation of snacks.
Address: Av. Moaci, 574
5ª – Bar do Celso
The bar, the former pagodeiro Celso Ricardo offers in your snacks menu as kafta skewer and qualho cheese with honey. Skol beer to drink and 28 labels of rum.
Address: R. Brejo Alegre, 414
4ª – Bar da Dida
Bar in the Jardins district, located in a former garage Melo Alves Street, with several tables set on the sidewalk. The audience is mixed and eclectic, ranging from yuppies in suits even hipsters.
Address: R. Doutor Melo Alves, 98
3ª – Bar Igrejinha
Located in the famous Low Augustus, the little church is a pub frequented mainly by young people seeking alternative pre ballad heats. The décor lives up to the name of the house, with some saints. The sound, very indie rock.
Address: Rua Fernando de Albuquerque, 302
2ª – Bar Dry
After six months closed, the Dry Bar reopened in 2011 with a lounge footprint without tables and chairs but with sofas and ottomans. Pistinha that has a bomb. In pickup trucks, predominantly rock, indie and electro.
Address: Rua Padre João Manuel, 700
1ª – Bar Z Carniceria
The space has remained true to the original structure of the property who receives it, an old butcher shop and slaughterhouse of the 50 Its main advantages are the art direction that gives the room climate, which can be seen at the entrance, where the wooden facade with windows serve as galleries for hanging meat pieces and works of guest artists.
Address: R. Augusta, 934