Seven cozy cafes in Curitiba to visit on rainy days


Cold, rain or even enjoy a good coffee. For many, the day only starts after a cup of the drink appreciated by millions of Brazilians. In fact, Brazilian coffee is considered one of the best in the world.

And people from Curitiba have good reasons to go for a coffee, as the city has several very special places. THE Paraná Tribune selected seven places that are worth a visit.


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1 – Traveler’s Cafe

traveler's cafe
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Coffee and travel are all about. In the environment, the customer will have the opportunity to check out an exclusive blend, made with three grains: Sertão – a Yellow Bourbon from the Carmo de Minas region, Braúna – a Yellow Catuaí from the Ervalia region, also from Minas, and finally Pilar – a Red Catuaí, by Cornélio Procópio, north of Paraná.

Address: Rua Comendador Fontana, 229

Time: Tuesday to Friday: 12pm to 7pm
Saturday and Sunday: 2pm to 7pm

2 – Café at Paço da Liberdade

Photo: Curitiba City Hall / publicity.

The centenary building is listed by the Secretary of State for Culture and the National Historical Heritage (Iphan). The building once housed the City Hall of Curitiba and has the Café do Paço.

During the visit, it is possible to spend some time in one of the most charming cafes in the city. Café do Paço is located in a room in the building and serves coffee, sweets, snacks and artisanal sandwiches. As it is a listed building, the kitchen is not on site. All products are produced by Sesc’s Cafeteria Escola.

Address: Generoso Marques Square – Downtown

Time: from 11 am to 5 pm from Tuesday to Sunday

3 – Market Café

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With different grains from Brazil and the world, Café do Mercado is an obligatory stop at the Curitiba Municipal Market. Huge variety of coffees that you can have at the counter or take home.

The space is cozy, with a decor reminiscent of old coffee shops.

Address: Avenida Sete de Setembro, 1865, Center box 61

Time: Tuesday to Saturday from 9:00 to 18:00 Sunday from 9:00 to 13:00

4 – The Coffee

Photo: Letícia Akemi / Gazeta do Povo archive.

I imagine you have already seen The Coffee, as it is present in 23 Brazilian cities and in countries such as Spain, France and Portugal. In Curitiba alone, the chain has more than 25 coffee shops in different neighborhoods of the city.

The coffee shop was created by three brothers in 2018 and is inspired by Japan. As they are small, they do not have space for customers to enjoy the drink inside the store. Those who take the glass not on the street or take it to work are indicated.

5- Kaveh Kanes Emporium

emporio kaveh kanes
Photo: Curitiba Municipal Market / publicity.

Another coffee shop located in the Municipal Market and worth a visit is Empório Kaveh Kanes. There, coffee is freshly ground and, in addition to having access to a wide variety of beans produced in Brazil, consumers can also buy other products, such as ground coffee, coffee makers, cups and some sweets to accompany the drink.

Address: Av. September 7, 1865, boxes 456 and 457, Center

Time: Tuesday to Saturday from 9:00 to 18:00 Sunday from 9:00 to 13:00

6 – Coffee House Rituals

Coffee House Rituals
Photo: Priscila Fedler / Gazeta do Povo archive.

Located in Juvevê, with a wide and cozy atmosphere, the house offers sensorial experiences, its own kitchen, and the entire line of Rituals Special Coffees and exclusive beans roasted weekly.

Baristas can help you select the coffee according to your taste, in one of several brewing methods.

Address: Rua Moysés Marcondes, 609 – Juvevê

7 – Supernova Coffee

supernova coffee
Photo: publicity.

The Supernova cafe opened in early 2016 at Batel. The establishment’s bet is the coffee roasted in the store itself, with a selection that changes from time to time.

Address: Rua Coronel Dulcídio, 544 – Batel

Schedules: Monday to Friday, 8:30 am to 7:00 pm

Weekends and Holidays: 1pm to 7pm

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