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A kitsch watering hole for an education in popular culture
The theme here is the brega – or cheesier – side of Brazilian popular culture. So there are sandwiches named after celebrities like singer and dancer Rita Cadillac and Roberta Close – Brazil’s first sex-change celebrity. There are also flowery 1970s tiles on the walls, a display of vintage TVs and a clientele made up of well-heeled students from Mackenzie University, just across the street. Just pray the live sertanejo isn’t at conversation-drowning volumes.
chope R$9; caipirinha R$10
Open 11am-12.30am Mon-Fri; 11.30am-midnight Sat
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