In an 18th century building, originally a family mansion, an unpretentious green door is the entrance to the Clube de Jornalistas (Journalist’s Club) Restaurant, a space open to the public where the crew awaits you with open dishes.
The Clube de Jornalistas is a restaurant, with its own rhythm and personality, suited for those who are receptive to having a loose and unengaged experience. We believe in food with intention prepared with emotion.
With a cozy environment, the restaurant is a space composed by a variety of settings divided by different rooms, and an inner garden. A space with different settings, a pool table, a private room lined with period tiles, and the main room located in the old kitchen.
During the summer, the restaurant invades the garden.
Just as in music, we believe that all the elements and instruments have to combine themselves in a complementary and harmonious way, allowing a happy outcome.
Brazilian, “historian by education, chef by option”, as he defines himself. He asked for “what Louis Armstrong played” for a birthday present when he was 10 years old, and as a result became a trumpeter in a symphonic orchestra between 15 and 27. At 20 years old, he said that at 35 he would be cooking, and that’s exactly what happened. An individual that believes to have found in food his way of expressing confusions/kizombas that come up, and remembering people/friends and different situations.