When Guarany Café was established on January 20th 1933, Rogério de Azevedo, the architect responsible for remodeling the place, counted on the sculptor Henrique Moreira to masterly perform the marble high relief featuring an Indian.
Guarany reminds us of the Southern American Indians who once dominated the vast region that today is home to Paraguay, Paraná (Brazil) and Uruguay.
The Guarany is not just a coffee house. Known as the musicians’ coffee shop, standing out due to its special ambience, product of a compromise between the tradition, the quality of its services and the artistic spirit that has characterized its existence since the beginning.
Now, combining that tradition with modernity, the result is a unique space where the organization of events is also as constant.