Time Out Market Lisboa
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Time Out Market Lisboa

The Time Out Market in Lisbon is a must-visit destination for foodies and those eager to sample local cuisine. Situated in the bustling Mercado da Ribeira, this vibrant food hall brings together the best of Lisbon's culinary scene under one roof. With a plethora of food stalls showcasing Portugal's finest flavours, visitors can indulge in a variety of traditional dishes and innovative creations. Within the doors, the array of 26 restaurants, eight bars, a dozen shops and a high-end music venue will leave you spoiled for choice and may require multiple visits.

From fresh seafood and grilled meats to classic pastéis de natas, the market offers something for every palate. Not only can you taste local specialties like bacalhau à brás and octopus salad, but you can also explore international dishes crafted by renowned chefs. The market's casual, lively atmosphere makes it an ideal spot for a quick bite, a leisurely meal, or a social gathering with friends.

Beyond the food, the Time Out Market offers a selection of artisanal products, drinks, and desserts. Enjoy a glass of Portuguese wine, sample craft beers, or savour a refreshing cocktail while soaking up the vibrant ambiance. Whether you're a seasoned foodie or a casual explorer, the Time Out Market promises an unforgettable culinary experience that showcases the best of Lisbon's gastronomic culture.


Time Out Market Lisboa

"Time Out Market Lisboa – Front Entrance

The original incarnation of the Mercado da Ribeira in Cais do Sodré began on New Years Day in 1892 when it was known as the Mercado 24 de Julho. The building continued the tradition of Lisbon's fame for hosting a world-famous market. The wholesale market closed in 2000 and Time Out won the concession to take over the first floor ten years later. Its function as Lisbon's major produce market continues on the ground floor in the mornings. The vendors who sell fresh fish, meat and vegetables are still utilised by top chefs.

The Time Out Market opens at 10am and serves meals until midnight. Since its inception in 2014, it has grown to be one of the liveliest culinary hotspots in Lisbon. The variation of cuisine available is astonishing. Time Out Lisboa is a true showcase for traditional Portuguese dishes and innovative Michelin starred chefs alike. Sweet, savoury or spicey, homegrown or global, meat, fish, vegetarian or vegan – it's all here under one iron-clad roof. Over 40 spaces in the Time Out Lisboa represents all the food categories and tastes that help make Lisbon what it is. Time Out Market is the first market in the world where everything has been chosen, tasted and tested (with four or five stars, and not one star less) by Time Out’s own journalists and critics. If it goes in the magazine, it goes into the market. You can keep tabs on the ever changing list of restaurants, bars and shops at Time Out Market [ here ► ] and plan your visit before you go.

Municipal Market: Monday – Saturday: 06h00 - 14h00, Sunday: CLOSED
Time Out Market: Sunday - Thursday: 10h00 - 00h00, Friday & Saturday: 10h00 - 02h00
Avenida 24 de Julho 1200-479 Lisboa, Portugal.
38° 42' 23.7" N | 09° 08' 44.6" W | +351 213 951 274
infolisboa@timeoutmarket.com |  Website


The Cais do Sodre has reinvented itself over the years into one of Lisbon's coolest districts full of clubs, bars, restaurants and shops. The quayside, Ribeira das Naus, has great views over the river and the bridge beyond make an ideal spot to take a break, sip a lemonade, cocktail or beer from the kiosk and take in the atmosphere. Cais do Sodré is also a major transport hub making it easily accessible. The ferry port next to the train station runs services to the southern bank of the Tejo to Cacilhas, Montijo and Seixal. Cacilhas is famous for its riverside fish restaurants and where you can catch the bus to the Cristo Rei statue. The railway station connects central Lisbon to the beaches at Cascais, Estoril and Oeiras, passing Belém along the way. There's a metro station here too, the southern terminus of the green line. Regular trams and buses also stop here.

Cais do Sodre train station runs services from central Lisbon along the Cascais/Estoril coastline via Belém:
• Comboios Urbanos: Timetable
Trains of Portugal Website
Green Line (Linha Verde):
Metro Lisboa: Website
15E, 18E
201, 206, 706, 728, 732, 760, 735
Transtejo & Soflusa ferry port with ferries across the River Tejo to Seixal, Montijo and Cacilhas.