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Fábrica da Picaria is a craft beer brewpub that aims to become a trendy, cosmopolitan, signature and tasteful space, where you can enjoy a craft beer in a factory environment while making contact with the various stages of beer production. This way, in this brewpub, you can taste the beer directly from your fermentation vat. Although beer is our ex-libris, Fábrica da Picaria also serves tapas, sandwiches and traditional dishes, all great choices to accompany the craft beers that surely attract those who visit this space.

AnaFlor & Cia is a decorating florist with over 13 years of experience in this sector.
The two pillars on which your service is based are the constant presentation of high quality products and the building of a close relationship with your customers.
Performs all types of work with flowers, such as funeral services, bridal bouquets and wedding decorations.
It also seeks to offer a varied set of proposals such as decorative pieces, home perfumery and some fashion accessories.
AnaFlor & Cia also has a home delivery service throughout the Greater Porto area.

Belonging to the Bastos family since 1933, Arcádia is a brand of traditional chocolates that is assumed as a reference at the level of national chocolataria. Known for chocolates, cat tongues and dragee, Arcadia maintains tradition in its manufacturing processes. Chocolates are produced using traditional methods using quality raw materials. Whoever goes through the window of this store hardly imagines that in its back is a handcrafted chocolate factory, where you can observe the manufacturing process of products available in Arcadia stores. Arcádia also offers various products made from chocolate, such as tablets or chocolates.

Belonging to the Bastos family since 1933, Arcádia is a brand of traditional chocolates with its own shops and it is a reference in the national chocolatery. Known for its chocolates, ‘línguas de gato’ (cat’s tongues – hard textured, cinnamon and lemon-flavoured biscuits in the shape of filled eight) and dragees, the brand still maintains tradition in its manufacturing processes. The chocolates of the brand are therefore produced from traditional recipes and methods, using natural and proven quality raw materials in their production. Arcádia also offers several products produced from chocolate, such as chocolate bars or bonbons. For each one of these products it offers a variety of flavours, such as Port Wine bonbons.

Aromas & Tradition opened in 2020, merging the best of two worlds, the regional and the gourmet. In this sense, the establishment has a shop area for the sale of regional products, such as alheiras (a typical Portuguese sausage whose main ingredients may be poultry meat, bread, olive oil, lard, garlic and paprika), smoked products, wines, cheeses, honey, chocolates, among others, handicraft items, Paupério biscuits, Mirandela bread, ‘Leite de burra’ soaps, and a cafeteria area, where its customers can taste all its products. The phrase that defines Aromas & Tradição is the following: “It is born of a passion. A passion for what is traditional and homemade. A space that we want to share with everyone. To be, to socialise and to taste our products. Feel the aroma and let yourself be carried away by tradition”.

Bicho Papão restaurant is located in downtown Porto, with a concept of traditional cuisine, betting on quality and the daily offer at lunch of a varied menu. At dinner they are only open for groups and by appointment. You will find a cosy atmosphere, with a personalised service and at an affordable price. The menu changes daily to allow a diversified and balanced diet to its customers. The space is renovated, with a modern touch, comfortable and it has two dining rooms, as well as an indoor terrace, where lunches are served whenever the weather allows it. It also has a take-away and catering service.

The concept was born in Braga but also exists in Porto. Bira dos Namorados uses a regional intonation game, with the exchange of b for v. The decoration takes us to travel to other times, with valentine dishes. While waiting for food, the older ones can play STOP and the younger ones can color. On the menu you will find hamburgers and steaks, with creative names, inspired by dances and musical instruments, and a strong bet on the ingredients used. You can try a different version of francesinha with hamburger. By the way, you can try bean, chicken, portobello or cod burgers. There is equal variety in steaks, entrees, desserts, and drinks.

Boa-Bao is a chic and casual restaurant based on the pan-Asian cuisine concept with an authentic selection of dishes that respect the original recipes and take us on a journey that is a true sensory experience across Asia, through countries such as Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines, Korea, Japan, and China.
At our establishment, dishes are prepared on demand “à la minute” or “on the spot” by a team of experienced chefs, always using the freshest ingredients, including seasonal changes to the menu to make it constantly interesting and respectful of its own ingredients in each season.

In the middle of 2020, in a context of summer and pandemic, the owner missed his native Bahia, its relaxed climate, a place to drink a cold beer, a place to feel at home. He noticed that this feeling was not unique, but of the entire Brazilian community living in the city. It was there that he decided to open the Boteco Pra Começar, according to the Brazilian tradition, to contagion the Invicta with a relaxed and cheerful atmosphere. According to them, its beer is “stupidly cold”, its portions are generous and have exclusive recipes from the “Patroa” of ‘dadinho de tapioca’ (tapioca little squares), cream topside, mini kibe, besides the traditional acarajé. They also have executive dinner menus.

Brigadão was created by three friends out of their love for sweets and their willingness to participate in a project that looked less anxiously at life and emphasized the philosophy of gratitude. Thus, in the form of candy, they seek to spread the joy of gratitude for what they have. “Brigadão” is a word game in which the word “brigadeiro”, the house specialty, and the word “thank you” are mixed. In addition to the handmade brigadeiros of various flavors sold in boxes with positive messages, Brigadão makes other types of cakes and has a catering service. You can eat on site or take home.

According to Café D. Duarte, this is the ideal space to regain strength. Just pop in and enjoy your selection of snacks and drinks. Every time you visit Café D. Duarte you will find comforting coffee and light meals. It also has exterior space, particularly pleasant with warm weather. You can choose from a variety of traditional and Portuguese dishes, local dishes or regional dishes. You can also try the tapas dishes, or its fruit, or even the various bakery products and cakes. To the attention of food bloggers: taking pictures and posting them on Instagram has never been so simple, as it has free Wi-Fi. There is also a take-away service.

In a world that is moving towards technological immateriality, in practically every field, be it music, the visual arts or cinema, there are fields that remain perennial, as it is the case with the passion for photography. Here you will find everything you need or want to dedicate yourself to photographic activity, preferably analogue. It is the ideal space for the curious and the photography lovers, also offering laboratories for rental. Raúl Sá Dantas is the promoter of this project, which aims to give conditions to all those who like to work with film, so that they can do it without restrictions. With space for exhibitions, it also has workshops to deepen the knowledge about photography, conventional or digital.

Camper is a shoe and accessory shop that appears as an invitation/challenge to all those who walk in life in a cosmopolitan, active and dynamic way; those who celebrate urbanity with all its nuances, without ever giving up comfort and style. Marked by an industrial and modern design, where the goal was to bring the city and urban elements into the interior of the shop, Camper aims to be a space where everyone can express their individuality. They represent, exclusively Camper´s footwear and accessories, which makes the confidence, quality, comfort and originality deposited in the products they represent captivate their customers and make them return.

Canto Doce is an establishment in a central location, near the Palácio da Justiça in Cordoaria, and it is quite eclectic, since it is, at the same time, a snack bar, a restaurant and a confectionary with its own production. It identifies itself as a traditional Portuguese food restaurant and has space for group dinners. It can be the ideal place for quick meals, with its ‘pregos’ (grilled beefsteak) on the Canto Doce bread; or for meals at the table, having various offers, from the famous Francesinha (a sandwich from the city of Porto, consisting of sausage, fresh sausage, ham, cold meats and beef steak, covered with cheese later melted; it is garnished with a tomato, beer and piri-piri sauce and can be served with French fries as a side dish), meat options, such as ‘alheira’ ( a type of Portuguese sausage, made with meats (usually pork, veal, duck, chicken, quail or rabbit) and bread) with ‘migas’ (t is usually made with leftover bread, either wheat bread traditionally associated with the Alentejo region in Southern Portugal, or corn bread as used in Beira) or steak in the casserole, fish options, such as grilled squid, codfish dishes or hake fillets, vegetarian options, such as omelettes, and various sweets.

Capiche Ristorante & Pizzeria was born from Chef Glauber’s proposal to bring the best of Italian gastronomy to Portugal. With the combination of Italian food and the best wines one finds a delight of tradition and quality. Here you can find a varied offer of Italian food, with a personal touch of the chef. From traditional starters, such as carpaccio, garlic breads, bruschettas and foccacias, to salads, such as Al Tonno and Caprese, not forgetting the typical pastas and pizzas, highlighting the chef’s recommendations and his creations, such as Três Tenores or Tonnara pizza, with vegetarian options and sweet versions, to the desserts of the day. These are reasons to taste Italy inside Invicta.

Traditional Portuguese food restaurant created in 1982. For over 30 years it has been serving the best of Portuguese food to Portuguese and foreigners. Casa Rocha is praised for the quality of its homemade food, for the family and genuine atmosphere, for the good service and, also, for the quality-price ratio. For example, at lunch time, for € 6.50 you can enjoy a meal with soup, dish, drink and coffees included. It offers, among other specialties, Porto-style tripe, cabidela rice, Portuguese stew, pataniscas, cod dumplings, green broth and sarrabulho porridge. To complement your meals, it also serves delicious homemade desserts.

Liliana and Pedro Abreu, two brothers, have been marketing Iberian black pork meat, hams and sausages for over 20 years. In order to give more visibility to these products, they decided to open, in 2017, Cerca Velha, a space for snacking, tasting and socialising. The “bifanas à Cerca Velha”, which are black pork steaks in a special sauce, served in exclusive bread, as well as the Iberian sausage planks and the generous list of Port and Douro wines from small producers, are worth mentioning. It owes its name to the primitive wall of Porto, which lies beneath the house. They take pride on the quality of their service, their location and the quality of their products, also sold in baskets.

Churrasqueira A Brasa is a restaurant that stands out for its varied menu. Here you can try a variety of grills, such as picanha, house-style steak, mixed kebabs, and various types of fresh fish. In addition to the barbecue service, Brasa offers its customers every day a huge variety of traditional dishes of Portuguese cuisine, such as “cozido à Portuguesa” (stew), as “tripas à moda do Porto” (guts), “rojões à minhota” (pig), “papas de sarrabulho” (porridge), among many others. It also features three rooms, which makes it a pleasant and spacious space for dinner and group lunches.

Circus Network was born in 2012 as an informal cultural organisation, evolving in 2015 to become a creative agency, art gallery, shop and co-work space. It is dedicated to urban art, illustration, music and design. Located in the heart of the city of Porto, in the so-called “Bairro das Artes”, its main goal is to promote Portuguese talent, seeking closer relationships between artists, entities and the surrounding community. The programme of Circus Network includes exhibitions by national and international artists, group exhibitions, the organisation of wall paintings, artist residencies, workshops and the promotion of urban art as an emerging artistic expression.

With Sotaque you belong to a family that believes in the circular economy, in interpersonal relations, in quality handmade products. It was in this sense that they decided to open a shop, which is at the same time a second hand fashion and coffee shop, whose purpose is to connect people through sustainable fashion and conscious consumption, educating and creating business opportunities for all. You can buy and sell clothes and accessories in this space, being able to give a second life to yours and others’ clothes. It is also the ideal space to taste some of your specialties, such as macaroons, chocolate cake and vegan cookies, among others, along with hot chocolate or tea, promoting ecological awareness.

The mythical Café Corcel, born in 1967 in the Pinheiro Manso area, has recently reopened with a new life. The space is more beautiful and luminous, modernised, but containing some traditional touches, and its shop window reflects this, where we find an exhibition with a lot of conventual sweets. This is the star of this space, the confectionery, and we are not talking about the conventional cakes, known to all pastries in Porto, but rather about conventual confectionery: egg chestnuts, egg cones, almond delights, Tentúgal pastries. There are also homemade pizzas, salads and carpaccios, if you want a light meal and a DJ at the weekend, to enjoy while drinking a cocktail.

The Hand Go opened in 2015 as a grab and go space, to pick up and take away. In a city that is becoming more and more crowded and where people increasingly run from one place to another, this establishment fits into this daily rhythm. It is to enter, ask and leave. The worst that can happen is to have to stop and savour it. That and having to choose. There is a running counter in the shop, where the pizzas of the day are displayed, healthy and served by slice, but there are also healthier options, such as vegetarian crepes, sweets or savouries, fresh salads, with Cesar, Pesto and Vegan versions, pancakes, fruit salads and natural juices to accompany. Hand Go does not want you to lose sight of it, but it also does not want you to forget to eat.

Opticália Marquês presents its clients a wide catalog of exclusive brands sunglasses and eyeglasses, so that they can find the one that matches their style.
For all those looking for contact lenses, this establishment has created its unique brand, which offers a wide range of lenses and maintenance solutions. A brand designed to offer the consumer the highest quality and guarantee at the best price.
Whether you are looking for sunglasses or eyeglasses, or prefer contact lenses, Opticália certainly has solutions that suit your needs.

Tempura-me – Gastronomic Shop is the latest project by Isabel Canhola, owner of Tapabento S. Bento, a mix of gastronomic shop and restaurant. The menu consists of snacks to take and eat wherever you feel like and the gastronomic shop promotes a variety of products that you can enjoy in the comfort of your home. They bet on the elaboration of creative and quality food, with focus on taste, to take and deliver, with various rice dishes, such as fried rice, which can be vegetarian or chicken, among other options, and products such as cheese, jam, wine, olive oil, honey, teas, biscuits, preserves, olives and ice cream; these are some of the products you can buy to take home.

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