By Beatriz Miranda, Contributing Reporter
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL - As everything else in this capital, São Paulo's culinary scene is enormous and incredibly diverse. There is always a new bar, restaurant, or food market popping up somewhere in the city, and foodies know there is absolutely no space for sameness when the subject is "eating out".
The cultural blend that has shaped the city of São Paulo is what makes its cuisine so unique: it was influenced by Japanese, Italian, Arabian, Portuguese, Spanish, and Polish flavors, having turned into one new and fascinating thing.
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