The Rio Times, Nightlife Guide, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Nightlife, Bars, Clubs

We have the top three picks for this Monday, and below there is a list of bars and lounges that are always a good option.

São Paulo nightlife

Belo (Mooca) – A legend of Pagode music, singer Belo will perform at Bar Templo tonight.

Everyone will sing along to the involving sound of Belo’s most touching pagode hits. The show starts at 9 PM and goes until 2 AM.

Bar Templo – Rua Guaimbé, 322, Mooca.

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São Paulo nightlife

NO! Swag (Centro) – The NO! Swag party is back to Mandíbula, the coolest underground bar in São Paulo’s downtown.

DJs Jorge Baju, Voodoo and Edgar will spin all night long, making partygoers get down to the ground and shake the body with soulful rap, hip-hop, samba-rock, and R&B music.

Mandíbula Bar – Galeria Metrópole, Praça Dom José Gáspar, 106 (next to República metrô station).

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ATON Quintet (Vila Olímpia) – Tonight, All of Jazz invites to its stage the ATON Quintet.

With Raphael Prosperi (drums), Elizeu Custódio (bass), André William (piano), Cassio Fonseca (trumpet), and Mauricio Fernandes (sax), ATON Quintet promises a memorable night of samba jazz and bossa nova.

Singer Rafaella Laranja will participate in the show.

All of Jazz – Rua João Cachoeira, 1366 – Vila Olímpia.

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Picanha do Gaúcho (Casa Verde)
A favorite among Zona Norte’s residents, Picanha do Gaúcho is a popular bar-restaurant that will certainly please meat lovers looking for a relaxed environment and cold beer.
Picanha do Gaúcho – 5 AM – 11 PM
Av. Águas de São Pedro, 444 – Santana – Tel: (11) 2959-4601
Entrance: Free

Caetano’s Bar (Imirim)
A reference for its delicious Brazilian finger food, Caetano’s is a great option for those exploring the Zona Norte region. Make sure to try “Caetana”, considered by Smirnoff as one of Brazil’s best “caipiroskas” – a vodka caipirinha.
Caetano’s Bar 2 PM – 12 AM
Avenida Engenheiro Caetano Álvares, 5496 – Imirim – Tel.: (11) 2976-4598
Entrance: Free

Athenas (Consolação)
The restaurant-bar-café is definitely a good choice for those hanging around the famous Rua Augusta Street. Apart from being a great Greek food spot, the venue’s got nice happy hour promotions and affordable drinks, such as mojitos and the “Margarita Morango Frozen”.
Athenas – 7 AM – 2:30 AM
Rua Augusta, 1449 – Consolação – Tel: (11) 3262-1945
Entrance: Free

Empanadas Bar (Vila Madalena)
They claim to have served the first Chilean-Argentinian “empanadas” in Brazil – and the quality does not disappoint indeed. Working in the heart of Vila Madalena since the 1980s, the Empanadas Bar combines a pleasant environment, great draft beer and nice empanadas of endless flavors.
Empanadas Bar – 12 PM
Rua Wizard, 489 – Vila Madalena – Tel.: (11) 3032-2116
Entrance: Free

Bar Brahma (Centro)
One of the oldest bars in São Paulo, the seventy-year-old Bar Brahma is a reference when it comes to the city’s bohemian scene. Famous for its tremendously cold beer, nice finger food, and live Brazilian music.
Bar Brahma – 11:30 AM – 1 AM
Avenida São João, 677 – Centro – Tel: (11) 2039 1250
Entrance: Free

Desembargador (Perdizes)
Offering a diverse, creative finger food menu, Desembargador is a good idea both for a family dinner or a workmates’ reunion. A wide variety of drinks, wines, and beers can be appreciated at this bar.
Bar Desembargador – 5 PM – 1 AM
Rua Desembargador do Vale, 253 – Perdizes – Tel: (11) 3672-3676
Entrance: See venue for details.

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