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Sao Paulo Sleeping and After Dark

Sao Paulo
Sleeping and After Dark
The gateway to Disco!

Night life is Sao Paulo is fun, but be warned it’s very expensive! Be prepared to part with your cash if you want to go to all the latest hang outs. What to wear? The Paulista’s love their designer labels, flash cars, hand bags and heels. If you want to hang out in Sao Paulo make sure you look like you’re ready to party with the jet-set.

The girls get cosy with rainbow cat before a night out Sao Paolo style
Paulista’s love sushi and one of Sao Paulo’s best sushi restaurants is Jam. It’s also convieniently located near the Patricia Bonaldi store, so it’s a good place for lunch if you’re shopping on Rua Oscar Freire.
The sushi bar at Jam
For a more reasonably priced lunch option near Rua Oscar Freire head to Chez Lorena for a delicious international menu.
Light spacious interior at Chez Lorena bistro
Sao Paulo’s restaurant of the moment, Dom
Owned by chef Alex Atala, Dom has been voted the 6th best restaurant in the world. It’s a place to see and be seen, whilst grazing on contemporary Brazilian cuisine like you’ve never tried before!

Numero Bar is one of Sao Paulo’s hippest bars of the moment. It’s tricky to get in so make sure you reserve a table. Unfortunately there is a minimum spend, but it’s worth going just to check out the slick surreal interior, which visually draws your eye (past the lounging footballers, celebs and models), to the lush vertical garden at the back of the bar.

Me at Disco!

The coolest night club in Sao Paolo is Disco! Playing a mix of Electro house and pop, the crowd comprises of Sao Paolo’s rich kids, socialites and a few hipster types. It’s a super fun night but be warned, it can cost about £70 to get in, make sure you get on that guest list!

Where to Stay – Sao Paolo

We stayed at the beautiful boutique Hotel Fasano
This sleek city bolt hole is a style travellers dream. With interiors fresh off the pages of Wallpaper Magazine, every single teak walled, designer furniture strewn corner of this hotel has been designed to within an inch of its life. It oozes 1950’s luxury (I half expected to see Don Draper at reception!) and the jazz bar is one of Sao Paulo’s most exclusive late night VIP haunts. The swimming pool on the top floor boasts spectacular views of the city.
The bar at The Fasano Hotel

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