Time Out Market Lisbon
This huge market is the place to go for a Lisbon "street food" experience. Nearly 40 kiosks, not much more than kitchen units, are housed around the edge of an immense covered hall. Each "restaurant" specializes in a particular cuisine so the choice of food is varied deliciously tempting…
open till late, food concept, common space, different restaurants, concerts
"The food court / restaurant concept Time Out has gathered some of Lisbon's greatest Chefs in a old Market down at the river Tejo for lunch or spontaneous diner"
Mercado da Ribeira (also known as Mercado 24 de Julho) has been Lisbon's main market since 1892 when it opened with an iron interior and a large oriental-inspired dome. In 2014 it was managed by Time Out Lisboa magazine and added newsstands dedicated to catering and trade.
Once Lisbon's biggest and busiest market, Mercado da Ribeira was recently bought by Time Out magazine and turned into a restaurant/bistrô hub, where everyone goes to eat and drink. Must go.
The best of Portuguese cuisine is very close to Bairro Alto. Modern and full of flavor!
The most ancient market of Lisbon. It is beautiful and in the mornings you can buy fruits, vegetables, fish and meat. It has lots of restaurants inside
The best fresh food market in Lisboa has been renovated and now you can also enjoy a food court with great portuguese food, wine, and buy souvenirs to take home
The world’s first food and cultural market, and the first market experience rooted wholly in editorial curation. A place that previously housed the city’s top vendors now brings together the best of the city under one roof: its best restaurants, bars and cultural experiences. An emblematic space of …
Nice place to lunch or have dinner near the river. It´s a food court with many different restaurants.
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“the zoo takes on the mission of developing and promoting an excellent zoo and botanical park, a conservation center for vulnerable and endangered species.”
“Ancient Art. Portuguese contemporary Art. Temporary exhibitions. Concerts, garden to relax in, etc. A classic to visit in Lisboa.”
“The main streets of Principe Real is Rua da Escola Politécnica and Rua D. Pedro V and its main attractions are: Jardim Botanico de Lisboa Miradouro Sao Pedro de Alcântara Try the best coffee and the best home made chocolate of Lisbon at Corallo Coffee Shop. Bettina and her 2 sons import the best coffee and cacau beans from their farm in São Tomé e Principe.”
“At the docks are several (more expensive) restaurants and clubs. It is also nice to walk along the water. You can hear an intriguing sound walking underneath the bridge. And pass the people fishing in the river. ”