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. Make Casa do Colono part of your personalized Gramado itinerary using our Gramado route planning website .
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  • October 6, 2017
    For those who like to get to know the local customs Fund is worth the visit. There happen events of local traditions and sell products of the region, such as jellies, jams, cookies, candy, etc. Alongside the settlers produce and sell breads and cakes made in time. Do not forget to taste the bread sausage: very cheap and with a special flavor!
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  • October 6, 2017
    Great place in Gramado to purchase products directly from Friday to Sunday, be sure to buy a cookie with dulce de leche ... excellent. And the better prices than in the rest of the city, besides the quality really homemade.
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  • October 5, 2017
    In addition to the regional products are excellent, the prices are also very good! It takes attention to the weight of the luggage from the plane.
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  • January 30, 2017
    Tasty wood oven baked treats.
  • January 20, 2017
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  • July 30, 2017
    Fresh products, made with whim and tasty. A lot of diversity, they have juice, sausages, dairy products and biscuits, I saw fruits, pine nuts, it's a lot! The place is cute and the prices are not expensive.
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  • July 27, 2017
    Many products such as wines, juices, jellies, breads, biscuits, Apple strudel well cheaper than elsewhere. Worth it if you're eating the paes night or live close to take.
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  • June 25, 2017
    I visited due to excellent evaluation. Believed to be a pretty big space, Woody that could see the handmade manufacturing some items. However, what I found was just a small shop that sold the products. Not a big deal. I was so disappointed that I didn't feel like buying anything.
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