Camelo’s pizza is one of the thinnest I’ve ever eaten in São Paulo. My favorites are Margherita and Tuscany, and I wouldn’t say I like the chocolate pizza. Another big advantage of Camelo is that they serve real food and snacks too (fries, chicken, bird, etc.).
I’ve already been to two Camelo units. Itaim Bibi’s is big, and even when there is a queue, the wait is not absurd. The original Camel (the first in the chain) is in Jardins and was very crowded when I went.
In these two units, the atmosphere is very family and a little noisy. Today Camelo has five units: Itaim Bibi, Jardins, Morumbi, Higienópolis and Moema. See Camelo’s website for addresses and opening hours.
Another pizzeria that I love, which has medium-thickness dough. The unit I know in Vila Mariana tends to attract families and is not exactly silent, and it only serves appetizers, pizzas, salads, and desserts, no meals. Large pizzas usually cost from R$50 to R$90, depending on the flavor.
There are units of Pizzaria 1900 in the neighborhoods of Vila Mariana (Rua Estado de Israel, 240. Telephone: (11) 5575-1900), Moema (Rua Nhambiquaras, 573. Telephone: (11) 5051-1959), Jardins (Rua Barão de Capanema, 348. Telephone: (11) 3061-3125), Morumbi (Rua Doutor Fonseca Brasil, 282. Telephone: (11) 3129-1900), Perdizes (Rua Cotoxó, 944. Telephone: (11) 3868-1900) and Chácara Flora (Rua Sócrates, 598. Telephone: (11) 5522-5591).
PLACES TO EAT IN SP: CONCLUSION
In conclusion, there is no shortage of places to eat in SP. What is your food preference? Do you have any restaurant tips that are not on our list that should be included? Leave your opinion in the comments!
This bar has a delicious meat sandwich. It is located in a small street a little away from the “hustle of bars in Vila Madalena”, Rua Delfina, 163.
In the “underground” of the bar, there is the SubAstor, where there are some ballads. It is not only one of the places to eat in SP, but also to dance. Astor is open on Mondays from 6 pm to 1 am, Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 6 pm to 2 are, Thursdays from 6 pm to 3 am, Fridays and Saturdays from 12 pm to 3 are, and Sundays from 12 pm to 6 pm. They even have a branch in Rio de Janeiro, in Ipanema.
This bar is on Rua Aspicuelta, in the middle of the crowd of bars in Vila Madalena, at number 533. The cool thing about it is that the walls are full of photos and old football banners from various teams. The São Cristóvão bar is small and popular, so get there early.
If you want a bar with northeastern food on your list of places to eat in São Paulo, know that Canto Madalena has sausage with fried cassava, tidy baião de Dois, and Escondidinho de Carne jerky. I went there twice: once, on the birthday of a fellow journalist, who made the bar full (although it was big). That day, there was a little concert by a samba and chorinho band, very cool. The other day, the bar was emptier, but the food was just as delicious as the first time.
It is located on a not very busy street in Vila Madalena, Rua Medeiros de Albuquerque, 471.