Mid-Range Restaurants in São Paulo

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Mid-Range Restaurants in São Paulo

Restaurants Overview
Name Price/
Cuisine
Location
 
Almanara
Part of a chain of Lebanese semi-fast-food outlets, Almanara is...
$$
Lebanese
Jardins
 
Bar do Juarez
With the look of an old-style saloon, Bar do Juarez has won awards...
$$
Brazilian
Itaim Bibi
 
Bistro Faria Lima
Known for simple, straightforward bistro fare with a Brazilian...
$$
Eclectic
Vila Olímpia
 
Café Girondino
Photos of old São Paulo, a winding wooden bannister, and antique...
$$
Café
Centro
 
Cantina Montechiaro
The hardworking family that runs this cantina offers a massive...
$$
Italian
Bixiga
 
Central das Artes
Come for the view, stay for the crepes. Or vice versa. A back...
$$
Eclectic
Pompéia
 
Cheiro Verde
A São Paulo pioneer in meat-free dining, Cheiro Verde has attracted...
$$
Vegetarian
Jardins
 
Degas
The Pompéia outpost of the beloved Pinheiros original serves...
$$
Italian
Pompéia
 
Degas
Humble-looking Degas owes its more than 50 years in existence...
$$
Italian
Pinheiros
 
Estadão Bar & Lanches
Quests for quick, cheap, and good food should start near São...
$$
Deli
Centro
 
Frevo
Paulistanos of all types and ages flock to this luncheonette...
$$
Brazilian
Jardins
 
Galpão da Pizza
An architect owns this pizza restaurant whose noteworthy design...
$$
Pizza
Pompéia
 
Korea House
Camper cooking meets Korean at this Liberdade mainstay. For the...
$$
Korean
Liberdade
 
La Tartine
An ideal place for an intimate dinner, this small bistro has...
$$
French
Consolação
 
Lazzerella
Generous portions at reasonable prices and live music—that's...
$$
Italian
Bixiga
 
Oficina de Pizzas
Both branches of this restaurant look like something designed...
$$
Pizza
Vila Madalena
 
Pé de Manga
The restaurant's name and charm come from a massive mango tree...
$$
Brazilian
Vila Madalena
 
Sujinho–Bisteca d'Ouro
Occupying corners on both sides of the street, the modest Sujinho...
$$
Brazilian
Consolação
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