Nutritionists say that, since it is the most important meal of the day, breakfast should be rich in vitamins and protein, and be well balanced for healthy eating. We believe that it should also be a special moment to start the day off right!
No wonder the trend of eating breakfast in charming and cozy spots has gained more fans, sometimes even joining lunch. It is a real brunch! That is what we were thinking of when we went after incredible places to start the day, tasting true and healthy gastronomic delicacies in the Marvelous City. See below.
There are several options for a fresh and unique breakfast in Rio. Bon appetit!
This is a special place, with their own production and a mouthwatering menu. The result of a progressive fermentation process, their bread in manually crafted. We recommend you visit the location in the Rio de Janeiro Botanical Garden. Beyond the incredible flavors, you will be in the company of many birds, and perhaps some other animals that provide a graceful air. It is certainly a unique experience!
Where? Botanical Garden of Rio de Janeiro. Rua Jardim Botânico, 1008
With the appearance of a small town general store, Casa Carandaí offers an exclusive concept of delicatessen and emporium, with products from Brazil and the world.
Where? Rua Lopes Quintas, 165 – Jardim Botânico
The order is to enjoy the flavors of the Brazilian northeast, open weekends and holidays, with almost 50 buffet options.
Where? Rua Paschoal Carlos Magno, 143 – Santa Teresa
UA slice of Paris on the Lake, it is a mix of coffee shop and bakery with the feel of a bistro.
Where? Rua Maria Angélica, 197 – Lagoa
A great option for those who love cakes, breads, cookies, home cooking, good music, and good conversation.
Where? Rua Professor Manoel Ferreira, nº 89 – Loja N-O – Gávea
A great option for those who like to eat breakfast surrounded by lots of greenery.
The menu is very special! The country home has a general store and plant exhibits, where you can choose from endless options to decorate your home.
Where? Avenida Dom Rosalvo da Costa Rêgo, 420 – Itanhangá
This is a tip for those who like to travel back in time! In the bucolic atmosphere of Santa Teresa, a charming neighborhood in Rio, Café das Ruínas is inside a historical home that became a cultural center. The menu includes several options for cakes, juice, and pies. All this comes with a breathtaking view!
Where? Rua Murtinho Nobre, 169 – Santa Teresa
The coffee shop is located inside one of Rio’s most traditional art schools, in an inspiring environment, at the foot of Christ the Redeemer, and surrounded by the Atlantic Forest. Arrive early, because the weekends are packed there.
Where? Rua Jardim Botânico, 414 – Jardim Botânico
Confeitaria Colombo is a century old home that is part of the local history. Beyond the menu with fine pastries and an excellent tea selection, the Copocabana Fort location offers a unique view of the waterfront.
Where? Praça Coronel Eugênio Franco, 1 – Copacabana
A delicatessen with craft made gluten-free items, a confectionary, a wine cellar, and meat and seafood market.
Where? Avenida Ataulfo de Paiva, 1022 – Loja A-B – Leblon
Offers light and healthy options that vary depending on the day.
Where? Rua Capitão Salomão, 14 – Humaitá
If you are one of those who demands a delicious hotel breakfast that will make your mouth water, remember that all of the BHG hotels offer a complementary breakfast, after all, the best part of traveling is eating a made-to-order breakfast the way you like it.