Founded in 1933 in the city’s main avenue, Guarani became known as “the musicians café” due to its artistic atmosphere.
The name comes from a South American Indian tribe that was the native population in part of Brazil (from where most of the coffee served originated), and there is a marble high-relief of an Indian by a Portuguese sculptor.
It became a meeting place for businessmen and intellectuals, and there are still poetry readings, debates, and concerts from time to time today.
09:00 am – 12:00 am
Avenida dos Aliados, 89/85