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Sé, which derives its name from Sé Square, is a central neighborhood in historic São Paulo. Close by, the Law School, the Museum of the Court of Justice and the Metropolitan Cathedral offer inspiring architecture. If you are looking for cultural activities, head to Caixa Cultural and check the schedule. In the area there is a popular pedestrian street called “Rua Direita”, one of the first streets in the region, which today marks the crowded perimeter. Sé is a great area to explore during daytime, but use caution if visiting alone at night.
This is the most charming church in São Paulo, besides the oldest Law School in the city. Important names like Castro Alves, Alvares de Azevedo, Rodrigues Alves, Lygia Fagundes Telles, Monteiro Lobato and even our president Michel Temer passed by those rooms.
Nice building, next to two San Francisco de Assis churches (side by side!). In front, you can see a statue that was supposedly scandalous at the time because it shows a European man kissing an indigenous woman.
After solving some problems in São Paulo downtown, and visiting the beautiful cathedral I visited the place. The restaurant is in the first floor and offers a nice view of the over hundred years old building. After paying you get yourself your food, directly of the kitchen. I had a great moqueca. It is, in my humble opinion the best...
There are two options at this restaurant. You can eat by the kilo or pay a mere R$20( roughly about US$7) for the all-you-can-eat option. The latter is better option as you can try all the wide variety of dishes offered here. This price includes drinks and desert. The food is basically Brazilian without the meat. There are lots of...
"Where the Law meets the Food or Tradition is preserved in downtown Sao Paulo"
reviewed February 11, 2017 by QuietBrazilian
Place full of lawyers. judges and Sao Francisco Law School teachers during lunchtime. The place is not chic, is not modern and is far away to be classy but its history and big portion of typical Brazilian food make the all the difference.
Here there is no place for sissy food. The portion is huge and heavy. No concession for...