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Casa do Colono, Gramado

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Even before you have seen the huge array of delicious groceries available at Casa do Colono your mouth will be watering, thanks to the smell of freshly baked bread wafting down the street. Set up as a cooperative, you can buy homemade produce, including salami, cheese, pasta, and local wine, from the members of the Italian and German communities who, historically, settled in Gramado. Next to the shop you will see the traditional clay ovens, where individuals showcase their skills baking breads, cakes and cookies native to their homelands. The locals willingly queue and so should you, the “hotdogs” are particularly excellent, especially when eaten warm in the beautiful Praça das Comunicações. To visit Casa do Colono and other attractions in Gramado, use our Gramado vacation generator.
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  • Good place to buy colonial goods fair price and great products, it's just being an attractive by showing the people making breads and cakes.
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  • Settler's House has a lot of cool stuff. Candy in jams, biscuits, jams, cheeses, salami and much more. And the prices are great. Worth knowing.
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  • Is the square of ethnicities. Excellent option to buy yams produced by settlers: jams, biscuits, cheeses ... Be sure to taste the grape juice (red or white)
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  • Boa vendinha de comidas tipicas. É pequena e bastante aconchegante. Otimo quentão.
  • Pães de linguiça e "cucas" maravilhosas
  • Ótimos doces
  • Parada obrigatória em Gramado para fazer um lanche! Lá as famílias da colônia preparam algumas opções de pães e doces em uma grande fornalha, já sai de lá quentinho. O que mais gostei foi o Pão com Linguiça, o melhor que já comi e por apenas R$2,50!!
  • Muita coisa colonial! Salames, queijos, bolachas, vinhos, geléias dentre outras coisas. Na parte de fora vendem pães, cucas feitas no forno a lenha. Quando for na loja leve dinheiro, pois não aceitam cartão lá!!