May 20, 2016 by The Atlas Team
Update September 2018: The local neighborhood cafe was closed for a while but reopened recently…it’s unclear who is in charge, though.
For a glass of wine (or a selection from their well-hidden full bar), this is a comfy little hole in the wall in Madragoa with living-room style seating surrounded by tin soldiers, miniature racing cars and even an ancient stack of games like parcheesi and Chinese checkers. Their desserts are homemade — the chocolate cake is a slice of heaven. Expect to pay next to nothing for beer and a little more for something from the wine list, which has been meticulously curated. The owner usually posts up outside the front door chain smoking, but don’t let his glare deter you from going inside, we assure you it’s not you – he’s just deep in thought about how to give you a relaxing experience, or whether or not you are a fan of board games.