Monday, October 26, 2009

Vaca Veia is a nice pub surrounded of beautiful people

[photo: nonstoplace]
Vaca Véia means Old Cow and this name is a sort of Brazilian slang used to represent nearest and dearest relationships.

Vaca Véia follows the tavern chic mood, well-attended during the happy hour period. The atmosphere is relaxed and very crowded, with several tables that fill up quickly, so it's necessary to arrive early.
Most of the customers, however, grab the drink and forget about the table. The menu serves traditional snacks and cold beer. The audience is young, relaxed and a crush on is constant.

The suggestion for snack is the Estufadinho da Vaca (Risotto with filet mignon, goat cheese, saffron, pink pepper and arugula). Order this 'petisco' plus an extremely cold beer and find out why this place is so crowed. 
Where: Vaca Véia, R. Manuel Guedes, 199 — Itaim — São Paulo
When: Monday to Thursday, from 5pm till 1am. Friday to Sunday and holidays, from midday till 1am.
Phone: (11) 3073-1292
How much: About R$ 35 per person.

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