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Museu da Avó opened in September 2009 and has been demonstrating that evenings are also built with gatherings of friends around a snack table. Housed in “Travessa de Cedofeita”, this space attracts its own clientele, who prefer quiet outings, but is also a crossing point for those wishing to line their stomach before, in the middle or after a night of revelry. The variety is great, from the Spanish typical “pimentos padrón” to the seafood rice, from the Portuguese “alheira” to the famous ham, from the green broth (Portuguese soup) to the “bifanas” (bread with pork meat). The granitic walls and tiles give the rustic touch that suits a space that is affirmed by tradition, from the palate to the decoration. Hanging from the ceiling or in the showcases scattered throughout the room are numerous antiques.

Regional dishes, tapas, snacks

Monday to Saturday: 20h - 04h | Sunday: closed



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Address:
Travessa de Cedofeita, 54 - 56

Postal Code:
4050-183

City Zone:
Baixa

Mobile Phone:
933130382

Email:
museudavoporto@gmail.com

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