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Confeitaria Damião de Góis

At Damião de Góis pastry shop, clients can find a cozy space where they will surely be treated in a kind and caring way, any time of the day, whether looking for a revitalizing breakfast, a quick lunch or a quieter snack. The cafeteria, confectionery and pastry services of this establishment ensure that your wishes for toast, coffee, cakes, among other available options, are fully met. At lunch time, this confectionary offers light snacks at inviting prices. Damião de Góis confectionery also sales newspapers, magazines and various types of games of chance.

Coffee, drinks, food, cakes, newspapers, magazines

Monday to Friday: 7:00-20:00 Saturday: 7:30-20:00 Sunday: 08:00-14:00



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Address:
Rua Damião de Góis, 377

Postal Code:
4050-227

City Zone:
Marquês

Landline Phone:
225020854

Email:
afvilhena@gmail.com

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