In 2014, it was opened within the Ribeiro Market The Time Out Market, a large gourmet market with several of the best restaurants in Lisbon. THE Melissa Freitas from the profile @maladememorias, visited the complex on his last trip to Portugal and shared some tips and suggestions on what to see there. Check out:

THE Time Out Market is a gastronomic salon located at Mercado da Ribeira in Cais do Sodré, in Lisbon. Inside it there are 24 restaurants, 8 bars, a concert hall, and other spaces, the intention is to have all the gastronomy of Lisbon, the best steak, the best hamburger, the best sushi, the best drinks and so on. The place really deserves such a reputation, because in addition to bringing together in one place several first-rate gastronomic options in Lisbon, The Time Out Market It has a relaxed, well-planned and decorated atmosphere.

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In the same place it is possible to enjoy Portuguese and international foods, as well as drinks and sweets, such as the traditional pastel de Belém. One of the highlights of the market is the restaurant by chef Henrique Sá Pessoa, holder of two Michelin stars. Also be sure to visit the restaurant Marisqueira Azul, famous for having one of the best seafood in Lisbon, the chef of the house is Amêijoas à Bulhão Pato, be sure to try it.

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Another unmissable spot in the market is Surf&Turf, by chef Kiko Martins, the restaurant offers dishes that combine ingredients from the sea and land, the best of both worlds. The tip is to try the White Fish Cheviche and Pork Popcorn.

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Whether for dinner, lunch, or just to have a few drinks, be sure to visit the Time Out Market, the proposal of the place is very cool, and I personally loved meeting it. The market is open from Sunday to Wednesday from 10 am to midnight and from Thursday to Saturday from 10 am to 2 am.


Address: Avenida 24 de Julho, Lisbon.

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