Mercado da Lapa
R. Herbart, 47

The people’s market reflects the local clientele, with goods from northeastern Brazil and more.


FEATURE: Sao Paulo’s Artisanal Fairs

By Total Sao Paulo staff on 1 December 2010

FEATURE: Sao Paulo’s Artisanal Fairs

Bring your eyes, stomach and money: We give you the lowdown on what to get, eat and buy at the various outdoor markets around town.

Tags: outdoor markets

Choque Cultural
R. Joao Moura, 997

Brazil’s premier street-art pushers and where international artists like Gary Baseman and Tara McPherson show.


Al. Olga, 170

First-rate electronic music club gets a vertical revamp with a new dance floor, lounge areas and a rooftop deck.


Tijuana: Printed Art Fair

By Total Sao Paulo staff on 25 November 2010

Tijuana: Printed Art Fair

Galeria Vermelho brings together 40 indie international publishers who specialize in alternative print formats. Who said print was dead?


Galeria Leme
Av. Valdemar Ferreira, 130

Housed in an airy, bare-concrete structure designed by architect Paulo Mendes da Rocha, this gallery trades the benefits of space for location.


Pita Kebab Bar
R. Francisco Leitão, 282

Friendly neighborhood joint specializes in kebabs, with a menu of Italian twists and imported beer from Argentina and England.


Museu Afro Brasileiro
Av. Pedro Alvares Cabral, s/n

This museum packs five centuries of artifacts—and even the hull of a slave ship—into three floors.


TTSLP Guide to Planeta Terra

By Total Sao Paulo staff on 18 November 2010

TTSLP Guide to Planeta Terra

We know you're going for the Smashing Pumpkins, Phoenix and the international bands. So start memorizing the lyrics to the songs by these supporting national bands in the lineup.


Sal Gastronomia
R. Minas Gerais, 350

Being tucked away in an art gallery’s courtyard means its clientele comes with a purpose.