When it comes to coffee, some of the best brews come from Brazil and the country produces nearly a third of the world’s coffee. If you live and breathe coffee, you have to visit the cafes in São Paulo, Brazil. These are the places you should check out to get a great cup of coffee.
Located in Vila Madalena, the semi-detached house offers dozens of Brazilian coffees and on the menu, you can find the flavor profiles and provenance of each roast. The cafe is special because you can pick the beans and brewing method.
This cafe has been around for over 40 years and it is located in the Copan building, a 35-story apartment block designed by Oscar Niemeyer in the 1950s. Over the years, the cafe hasn’t changed much and the coffee is still served in dark-brown ceramic cups.
King of the Fork
This new cafe is one of the best ones in the city and if you love cycling almost as much as you love coffee, you have to visit this shop. King of the fork is named after “King of the Mountain”, an award given to professional cyclists, and the whole cafe is inspired by cycling.