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Copacabana Café is a cosy, friendly space without any big gimmicks. Taking the great picture of Copacabana you feel that you are in a typical place of Porto, with employees who practice an attentive, friendly and familiar service. It can be the chosen space to have a coffee, read the newspaper and relax, but also to taste your varied pastry at snack or breakfast, or snack some of your snacks, and you can choose your generous mixed toast. On sunny days you can enjoy its outer space, as it has tables outside. You can register your Euromillions here or try your luck in a scratching card. It has a free Wi-Fi network.

Coffee, pastries, dishes of the day.

Monday to Saturday: 07h - 19h | Sunday: closed

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Address:
Rua Belém, 624

Postal Code:
4350-062

Landline Phone:
225491400

Email:
ferreiramferreira@hotmail.com

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