A very warm coffee accompanied by cake or bread is always welcome, right? Whether in the morning or in the afternoon, he always makes us more willing. In addition, coffee shops are great places to catch up with friends, work and even have a meeting.
For those who live in São Paulo, coffee options are not lacking! Being a big city, there are many super cute and alternative places for those who don’t give up a very tasty coffee and a good snack or dessert. If you want to know some of our favorites, just keep an eye on this list 😉
Despite having recently opened, Futuro Refeitório has already become the love of many paulistanos. The place is always super busy, especially on weekends. If you want to get to know the cafe calmly and without facing long lines, I recommend you go between Monday and Thursday.
Located in an old parking lot, the café preserved the painting and much of the structure of the environment. The decor is modern and matches the whole proposal of the brand. The menu has options ranging from breakfast to dinner, so for you to have access to the complete menu just click here.
Jardin do Centro
I don’t know about you, but I love an environment full of plants and green areas. The place is always charming and authentic when we add a special green touch. If you are like that, you will love to visit Jardin do Centro.
Among the most different drinks you will find there are guaraná syrup with lemon and fresh mint and hibiscus teas. Some of the house cakes are vegan, like the banana one, be sure to try at least one of them. Ah, in addition to being a coffee shop, they also sell very well-kept plants – you want to leave with several!
Coffee is no joke for the Coffee Lab team. They select specific beans to sell and study what would be the best form of roasting for each type. Another difference is the staff of the café. All of them are instructed to know all the techniques and types of grains, thus being able to explain to customers the differences between each of them.
The atmosphere of the café is also very pleasant, ideal for an afternoon snack or a small business meeting. If you are passionate about coffee and enjoy knowing and discovering these differences between beans, flavors and toast, you can now put Coffee Lab on your list of places to visit 🙂
The Habitual Café is perfect for the late on duty! Woke up later than expected and still want to have a delicious brunch? You can rest assured, because the usual serves brunch until 16:00. The decoration of the place is a grace and it is a very peaceful space to relax.
Their menu could be defined as an incredible mix of different flavors, textures and colors. In addition to the traditional poached eggs and Benedictine eggs, the dishes stand out in the seasonings and side dishes. Paprika sauce, pumpkin seeds, zátar and mint leaves make all the difference in most of the sandwiches and toast they sell.
Another wooded corner that serves delicious coffee is Botanikafé. Their two specialties are bowls and toasts. If you’re curious, go to the cafe’s instagram to see how everything looks good there.
The house juices are also highly praised by customers, such as that of pitaia with banana. And if you like healthier snacks and well-reinforced breakfasts, you can be sure that you will love all the options on their menu.
With a minimalist decor and an environment that mixes clean with rusticity, Torra Clara is one of the cutest coffees in São Paulo. Being in a very small space, it is super cozy and makes you want to spend hours there enjoying coffee and reading a book or magazine.
They serve coffee with three different types of roasting: light, medium and dark. Hence the name of the place, which is their favorite type of roasting! As their focus is coffee, savory and sweet are more side dishes to give us a snack, you know? The waffle with cheese dough is one of the best options for those who want a very tasty snack.
King of fork
After the implementation of bicycle lanes in São Paulo, many people have adopted the bicycle as a means of transport. Some just take advantage of the weekends and free days to stroll around town. If you are one of those people and want to know a cafe aimed mainly at lovers of the cycling universe, just go to King Of The Fork.
KOF, as it is also known, serves delicious drinks and even more delicious artisan breads. They also usually serve cakes and other desserts full of flavor, it is worth trying if you want some sweet thing to eat on the break of your tour.
These are just a few of the cafes we find most interesting – and we still can’t go at all! Comment here if you know other cool places and what are your favorite coffees 😉