The Mercado da Ribeira (Market Hall), also known as Mercado 24 de Julho, has been a major food market since 1892, with a popular food court added in 2014. Since then you can feast on delicious Portuguese specialties here in the Time Out Market Lisboa.In the west wing of the market hall there are over 750 seats on the ground floor on 5000 square meters and over 30 stalls offer nouvelle cuisine, fast food, traditional Portuguese cuisine or regional products such as ham, cheese or natas. The selection ranges from seafood and fish to steaks, hamburgers, sushi, sandwiches, ice cream and desserts.All of this is designed in the style of a canteen: The food stands are built on the edge around the tables and seats, with the drinks stands in the middle. You get your own food, so you can look around in peace, what you want and try different things.There will also be a traditional market for fresh products on the ground floor tomorrow between 6 a.m. and 2 a.m. On the upper floor there is a concert hall and a gallery.The hall was built from 1876 on the north bank of the Tagus River, right next to the Cais do Sodré and opened on 01/01/1882. Above all, the architecture using cast iron inside and the large oriental dome gave the market hall its own character.
September 9, 2020
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