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Jóia da Coroa Confeitaria

Jóia da Coroa is a multi-brand gallery space that takes us back to the Belle Époque, and some say it is one of the best kept treasures in the city. It has recreation areas, six floors, maintains the original façade and has delicious details, such as painted ceilings, crystal showcases and the elevator with sliding doors. The place invites to refinement and in the tea room, with period chairs and sofas, coffee tables with cozy lamps, chandeliers and mirrors, you can snack with all the glamor. That's where you can order scones, which come with jam, or something from your French-inspired pastries. You can also have a brunch, with natural orange juice, half toast, house cake, among others.

Regional sweets, pies, salads, omelets, natural juices, rings, bracelets, necklaces, earrings, tea sets

Monday to Sunday: 9:00-22:00



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Address:
Rua das Flores, 213-221

Postal Code:
4050-264

City Zone:
Historic Center

Email:
pedr_freitas@hotmail.com

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