Rua Coronel Othon, Paracambi, Brazil
Ponto Zero Paracambi Reviews
Drinking and dancing Aug 02, 2010
Since Paracambi is a very tiny city, there's nothing much to do except for town parties on the area. The very last bar which remains as a local hangout and carries some club-like activities such as rock concerts is Ponto Zero.
The place is a large hall with two pool tables, bathrooms and a bar, a little stage for concerts, and some tables around. People mostly stand, inside or out in the street, where you can calmly drink your beer while watching the babes coming in and out of the bar, progressively drunk - like in most small towns.
Prices are a little expensive compared to the city average. Nothing absurd, being the last nightlife spot resisting in Paracambi. You can also order stronger drinks, but don't expect finding a snack - you can walk a couple of steps towards Papão just on the end of the street.
And if there's no one to talk to, you can just chat with the owner, Bernardo - maybe ask him for a pool game. He's a great guy and will probably be up to it. And he deserves all the kudos for keeping the nightlife alive in a city that every year gets smaller and smaller.
the place is now called Galpão Beer
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