Mirante 9 de Julho

Rua Carlos Comenale | Paulista

Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 10pm

Some cities have terraces overlooking the beach or the mountains. In São Paulo, the new terrace overlooks one of the busiest avenues heading Downtown, the 9 de Julho. Well, it is not new for it was build in the 1930s and was abandoned for years.

Set behind the MASP Museum on Paulista Avenue, it functions as a meeting point for a drink, a coffee and some music, a film screening and the opportunity to see a bit in the distance, even if a few miles away all you see is concrete, but at least it is a respite for the eyes. Hip mixed crowd. There is a cool vibe, it can get crowded and on weekends and holidays there are funny events.

Image by TravelVince

Image by TravelVince

Image by TravelVince

Image by TravelVince

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