Galeria dos Pães
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- Galeria dos PãesMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesGreen Travelers+ 2
The Brazilian padaria (bakery) culture was brought over by the Portuguese and still to this day most are owned and operated by Portuguese families who have run the show for decades and generations. Padarias wildly neighborhood-centric, which is why this one – in the funky, GLS-friendly alternative nightlife neighborhood of Baixo Augusta – is a particular good time. It’s a little pricier than most, but its packed with locals at all hours, fueling up either for a night out or after a night out on baked goods, full meals, decadent sweets, savory snacks, entirely too big sandwiches, pizzas – you name it, it’s here being wolfed down by eccentric packs of alterna-paulistanos.Recommended for:
- Galeria dos PãesMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersBusiness Travelers+ 3
This bakery is one of the best in Sao Paulo to take away. They have a 24/7 buffet service upstairs that cuases people to line up outside, but honestly the buffet at Los Molinos which is just a couple of blocks away is much better. If you come here, do take away some of the bread, any kind. The cakes, cookies and desserts are also amazing. And the guys who slice up the cheeses do it with so much care that it feels like they're looking after a baby.
- Galeria dos PãesMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersLGBT+ 6First to Review
Good bakery, but that's it. There's no need to stand in line for +20min to have a soup-buffet in the mezzanino, it's really not that big deal. Eat their bakery goods downstairs and go have a soup somewhere else.