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Time Out Market Lisbon

Everything you need to know about Time Out Market Lisbon—the best of the city under one roof

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Time Out Market Lisbon

Time Out Market Lisbon

Why is a famous publishing name hanging from the roof of a historic market hall? And why is a team of journalists running one of the world's largest gourmet food spaces? The answers to these questions are in the project's name: Time Out Market. A place that previously housed the city's best vendors now houses its best restaurants and artists. While the wares on offer may differ, the principle is the same: bringing the best of the city under one roof.

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Eateries in the market

Chef Miguel Castro e Silva
Restaurants

Chef Miguel Castro e Silva

In his restaurant at Time Out Market Lisboa, chef Miguel Castro e Silva joins many of his great dishes under one roof: his oven rice dishes, all the brás cod dishes and even a francesinha made by the book that has become one of the most coveted dishes on the menu. In addition to the sliced ​​meat, it takes fresh sloth, cheese, and the famous succulent sauce. Have a side of chips and, if you are like us, you will need a little more sauce to dive them in (12,50 €).

Tartar-ia
Restaurants

Tartar-ia

Tartar-ia was created by the Vila Joya team who own two Michelin stars. It strictly follows the slogan "where everything is raw and cut to pieces" and has everything from traditional Tartar recipes such as salmon, tuna, beef and herring - all with fresh ingredients and with great attention to the seasonality of the products used. Every now and then there is a new tartar and a limited edition signed by a chef, so keep an eye out for that. If you're looking for a vegetarian option try the Greek tartar. If you are just visiting the Time Out Market Lisboa once - and we urge you not to-, we recommend you try the Asian Tartar.  The topside beef comes with candied shiitake mushrooms, a daikon (Japanese radish) pickle, peas breaded with wasabi, fresh foie gras and dashi sauce, among other Asian-inspired dressings.

Croqueteria
Restaurants

Croqueteria

Croqueteria is the first and only house entirely dedicated to croquettes and you can only find it at the Time Out Market Lisboa. And you can either eat it as a snack or build your plate with the traditional meat, game meat and greens, cuttlefish with ink, tuna with dried tomato or cod and chorizo, and add rice or potato slices if the idea is to make a meal out of it, and not just snack. If you like to take chances and are not afraid of inventions, you can always discover that happiness lies within two slices of brioche bread with the Croqueteria sandwich: it has homemade mustard butter, a mixture of lettuces and two croquettes of your choosing. You can go for the traditional meat croquette and toss it in there or choose one of the other flavors. A good snack or lunch - believe us when we say that you will leave with a well comforted stomach (6.50€).

Users say
3 out of 5 stars
Chef Henrique Sá Pessoa Food Corner
Restaurants

Chef Henrique Sá Pessoa Food Corner

The two Michelin-starred chef (for his Alma restaurant, in Chiado), has the menu of his Time Out Market eatery divided between lighter salads, sandwiches (try the crispy pig's bifana, €14.50), more classic fish dishes, like the cod with a puree of grain or meat, and comforting dishes like the black pork cheeks (15,50 €) or a low temperature egg with asparagus and ham (13,50 €). If you are looking for the best of Henrique Sá Pessoa, the Time Out Market Lisboa is a goog place to start, with a selection of dishes that made him famous, full of Portuguese roots and influenced by international cuisine.  

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Esplanada Ribeira das Naus
Bars and pubs

Esplanada Ribeira das Naus

A favourite place for tourists - and many locals - to enjoy an al fresco drink. The proximity of the river and the view down towards the open water make this one of the best places in town to see the sunset, Caipirinha or Mojito in hand.

Time Out says
4 out of 5 stars
MusicBox
Nightlife

MusicBox

The managers of this key club in Cais do Sodré have music industry connections and exploit them creditably. It's one of the city's most interesting venues, with a regular programme of rock bands, electronic live acts, singer-songwriters and DJ sets (all night on Fridays). Note that some shows may start as late as 2am; for details, check the website, which is comprehensive. The space has an underground feel and look (it's literally beneath steep Rua do Alecrim) and is located in what was once one of Lisbon's seediest streets - and is now one of its buzziest at night.

Time Out says
5 out of 5 stars
Users say
4 out of 5 stars
National Museum of Ancient Art

National Museum of Ancient Art

Housed in a 17th-century former palace, the National Museum of Ancient Art is the only truly comprehensive view of Portuguese art from the 12th to the early 19th centuries. Its most prized possession is Nuno Gonçalves's enigmatic late 15th-century masterpiece, usually known as the Panels of St Vincent, although its subject is hotly disputed: some say the central figure is Dom Fernando, the Infante Santo (holy prince) who died in captivity in Fez in 1443. The collection also includes Flemish Renaissance paintings (including a triptych by Hieronymous Bosch), Chinese porcelain, Indian furniture and African carvings. There are some fascinating products of the stylistic mix fostered by the 15th- and 16th-century Discoveries and empire, such as Indo-Portuguese cabinets with legs in the form of buxom women or snarling tigers. The shop is excellent.

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Park
Bars and pubs

Park

A relative newcomer, this sprawling rooftop bar on a multi-storey car park at the south-western corner of the Bairro Alto gets packed on warm evenings. Beautiful young things chat amid giant pot plants, swaying to a DJ-driven soundtrack of jazz, soul and funk. The view out over the river and Ponte 25 de Abril is stunning. Snacks and light meals are available until 3pm, and then again from 8pm to 11pm.

Users say
5 out of 5 stars

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