PIRAJÁ
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The self-proclaimed “Carioca” (the inhabitants of Rio de Janeiro) embassy in São Paulo, Pirajá is a Rio-style samba bar offering finger food and traditional Brazilian meals. The very relaxed ambience makes it the destination for prawn cakes, braised oxtail, pão de queijo (the traditional cheese bread made from manioc starch), plenty of ice-cold beer, and robust caipirinhas. Notorious samba bands play here frequently, so keep an eye on the performance schedule.

DISTRICT
Itaim Bibi
ADDRESS
PHONE
+551138156881
WEBSITE
OPENING TIMES
Mon–Sat noon to 1 am
Sun noon to 7 pm
PRICE LEVEL
moderate
PAY WITH
Credit card, ec/debit card
CUISINE TYPE
Brazilian

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