Edition 2018.1 - Selected Cultural Cafes

Geneva Station
Café Librairie Les Recyclables
Rue de Carouge 53, 1205

Located in the trendy Plainpalais neighbourhood, next to Carouge, the Bookstore Cafe Les Recyclables offers good food and intense cultural activity in a charming and funky atmosphere.

The bookstore, embracing the concepts of sustainability, offers a wide range of second-hand books of different subjects.

Wrapped in a picturesque decoration that includes everything from light fixtures in reverse, stamping comic books, to handmade themed decorations under the natural light of the windows, Café Les Recyclables was our selection for this Octobre 2018 edition.

Rio de Janeiro Station
Brasserie Caffè Olé
Rua do Teatro, 3 - Centro

Hosted in the historical neighborhood of Largo de São Francisco, in those old buildings with double ceiling height, typical from the center of Rio, the Olé cafe stands out for the excellent cuisine and its decoration that mixes modernism with classic elements of oriental design.

The menu is signed by the chef and owner Mike Schadrack, a German who runs the place with Spanish Pedro Aranda.

Immersed in a stronghold of cultural activities, the cafe offers fresh pasta, salads, tapas and good sandwiches. The coffee with dulce de leche and tiramisu are in the list of the favorite ones of the public.

Annemasse Station
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Le Doxaty Café

4, Rue de la faucille, 74100, Annemasse 

Relaxing atmosphere, local products, music and plenty of debates, Le Doxaty is an alternative small corner in the heart of Annemasse, which evolves with desires. Time for a coffee, a meal or a hectic night, everything is a good excuse to escape to Le Doxaty. The place is one of those Social and Solidarity Economy companies that want to produce, consume and share in a different way.

Here you can find local, seasonal and homemade dishes in perfect harmony.

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São José do Rio Preto Station
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Maroka Decora & Café

Rua Capitão João Gomide, 139, São José do Rio Preto

"Delights imbued with art" is the definition of Maroka Decora Café.

The space, which houses a painting and ceramics workshop, is surrounded by colorful walls by artists who visit the place.

The cuisine, meanwhile, brings unique creations ranging from a simple "lemon cake" to fantastic alfajores, ciocatinos and "dulces de leche". All served in plates and coffee cups produced on site.

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