Casa Cavé

Rio de Janeiro

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Casa Cavé

Founded in 1860, Casa Cavé is one of the icons of Rio de Janeiro's Belle Époque period, together with Confeitaria Colombo. A visit to the city's oldest bakery, once a hangout for noblemen and politicians, offers the opportunity to travel back in time and enjoy traditional Brazilian and Portuguese pastries.


The cafés of Rio de Janeiro are part and parcel of the city's history and remarkable culture of hospitality. Whether it is an elaborate nineteenth-century venue or a small, trendy hangout, Rio's cafés will delight your taste buds with the typically light Brazilian breakfast, delicious freshly baked pastries, and their coffee's intense aroma.