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Update: 38 Historic Cafés of Portugal joined HCR

"Portuguese Historic Cafés Association"

Historic Cafes Route welcomes the “Rota dos Cafés com História de Portugal”, the Portuguese Historic Cafés Association (est 2014) counting 38 (in total) emblematic Cafés.

Vitor de Sá Marques, President of the Portuguese Association, manager of the Santa Cruz iconic Café in Coimbra and Ambassador of HCR in Portugal, has signed accession to the HCR, on behalf of the Association, which includes 38 Cafés members in different Portuguese cities.

The list of the 38 Historic Cafés members of the Portuguese Historic Cafés Association:

  1. Pastelaria Manuel Natário, Viana do Castelo (est. 1937)
  2. Café “A Brasileira”, Braga (est. 1907)
  3. Café Vianna, Braga (est. 1858)
  4. Café Milenário, Guimarães (est. 1953)
  5. Café São Gonçalo, Amarante (est.1969)
  6. Pastelaria Gomes, Vila Real (est.1950)
  7. Majestic Café, Porto (est. 1921)
  8. Café Guarany, Porto (est. 1933)
  9. Café Aviz, Porto (est. c1950)
  10. Café Piolho (Âncora d ́Ouro), Porto (est. 1909)
  11. A Brasileira, Porto (est. 1903)
  12. Café Ceuta, Porto (est. 1953)
  13. Café Java, Porto (est.1914)
  14. Café Castelo, Santa Maria da Feira (est. 1943)
  15. Café Santa Cruz, Coimbra (est.1530)
  16. Pastelaria Machado, Caldas da Rainha (est. c1900)
  17. Café Central, Caldas da Rainha (est. 1930)
  18. Café Paraíso, Tomar (est. 1911)
  19. Café Nicola, Lisboa (est. 1929)
  20. A Brasileira do Chiado, Lisboa (est. 1905)
  21. Pastelaria Benard, Lisboa (est. 1868)
  22. Café Martinho da Arcada, Lisboa (est. 1782)
  23. Confeitaria Nacional, Lisboa (est. 1829)
  24. Pasteis de Belém, Lisboa (est.1837)
  25. Pastelaria Versailles, Lisboa (est. 1922)
  26. Pastelaria Garrett, Estoril (est. 1934)
  27. Pastelaria Cego, Azeitão (est. 1901)
  28. Pastelaria Belar, Castelo Branco (est. 1964)
  29. Café Alentejano, Portalegre (1st half of 20th century)
  30. Café Águias d’Our, Estremoz (est. 1909)
  31. Café Arcada, Évora (est. c1940)
  32. Luís da Rocha, Beja (est. 1893)
  33. Café Calcinha, Loulé (est. 1929)
  34. Café Aliança, Faro (est. 1912)
  35. Café Apolo, Funchal (est. 1945)
  36. Pastelaria Athanásio, Angra do Heroísmo (est. 1940)
  37. Café Internacional, Horta (est. 1926)
  38. Café Sport “Peter”, Horta (est. 1918)

 

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