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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.

Renovated in 2017, Café Cifrão offers a space with a simple, warm and familiar decor, with a recognized friendly staff. Here you can snack, have a drink, have a complete meal and socialize on the terrace, an ideal space to share a moment with friends. As it should be, Café Cifrão serves francesinhas (for some, one of the best) but also sandwiches, “pregos no prato” (steak), omelets, hotdogs, hamburgers, “alheiras”, special mixed sandwiches, among others. It also serves breakfast, as well as affordable lunch menus. It has an extensive list of drinks, alcoholic and non-alcoholic, and even offers its customers wifi.

When it appeared, in the 70s of the 20th century, glam style imposed itself through its exuberant outfits, showy make-up and a teenage revolution that, above all, placed the female figure in a central position. The Glam Girls shop was created with the same alignment, putting the woman at the centre of its attention, thinking about clothes for everyday life, for those looking for versatile and practical clothes and accessories. The brand was born more than 14 years ago, always trying to make all the clients that visit the space feel special and comfortable, either in a working day or in special occasions. You will find here an offer that follows the current trends, with personalised service.

Entre Mesas is a dessert, cafeteria, jewellery and workshop establishment. It is a space created for you to feel at home, combining nature and desserts, tastings and workshops of cooking, painting, reuse, among others. There are many options to be tasted: ice creams, chocolates, cookies, slices of cakes and pies, mousses, puddings, flavoured butters, jams, various pâtés, stuffed meat loaf, cheese boards, bruschetta, yoghurts, teas, infusions, coffees, natural juices and milkshakes, waters with fruit or flavours from the garden, homemade beers, organic wines, among others. If your appetite has been whetted, know that there is brunch on Saturday and lunches and dinners on reservation.

Guido’s Snack Bar is a cosy space, with a decor devoid of artifice, giving it the authenticity of a typical Portuguese snack bar. They are considered ‘the’ Francesinha of Porto (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), in a city full of offers with regard to this delicacy. There are several versions of this typical Porto dish, especially Guido’s super special, with shrimp. There are also other offers on the menu, with meat dishes such as nails on bread or plate, veal chops, stuffed steaks, tuna salads, sea delicacies, among others, omelettes, dogs, hamburgers, baguettes, toasts, soups, snacks, such as woodpecker and sausage, wines and refreshments, and menus for adults and children.

Mercearia das Flores was founded in 2012, as a result of its desire to make known and publicize a careful selection of Portuguese products.
With preference for products from small regional and / or organic producers, it offers the visitor canned goods, cheeses, cold cuts, olive oils and wines, including honey and convent sweets, Broa d’Avintes and artisan bread that comes from Trás-os-Montes. It is an unpretentious place, without luxuries, where the important thing is the product, its aroma, its texture and its taste. Here customers will be able to sit down and select directly from the menu the products they wish to taste; or they can choose directly from the shelves. After tasting, the customer decides better what to take home.

Trigo de Cantos is a restaurant that invites you to snack, socialize and enjoy. It is a typical northern tavern where you can taste the flavors of Amarante in an experience that should be shared. Taste the sausages, the francesinha in “Padronelo” bread, the sandwiches made with typical regional products and the exclusive wine, also produced in Amarante. The menu is full of regional products that should be enjoyed with time. For example, there is chorizo soup, where you can enjoy the best of northern smokehouses, starters such as olives, “pimentos padrão”, garlic bread and red-hot chorizo. There are various types of sandwiches for quick meals and cheese and meat boards to let time pass.

The desire to make slow fermentation bread and vegan products was combined with the desire to pay homage to the entrepreneurial grandmother and homemade “baker”. Faced with the need to create products allied to the environment and a healthier and less cruel diet for living beings in general, Odete Bakery appeared. Here we see the return to the taste of bread the old-fashioned way, with mother dough, and pastry free of dairy substances or animal origin. All products are made with national flours, ground into stone millstones, preserving the quality of nutrients of whole grains. All the bakery, pastry and pizzeria is 100% vegan and naturally fermented. To awaken the palate of those looking for a plant based diet.

A family restaurant with traditional dishes of Portuguese food and more. It was founded in 2002, with the purpose of serving a target public appreciating the typical dishes of the region and specialties, having, at this time, two houses open in the area of Foz. Besides the house specialties, such as Steak Cêpa Torta (house special dish) and Octopus à Cêpa Torta (yet another house special dish), it also has a vast offer of Italian food, highlighting several types of pasta and typical dishes of this country. You can also have a snack in one of the many appetizers and tapas available in the menu. We highlight the warm atmosphere and a helpful service, suitable for various types of circumstances, be it meals of friends, family or work.

In 1920, began the production of milk, butter, cheese and whipped cream. It was the first company in the sector to distribute pasteurised milk in glass bottles, at a time when the distribution was done in jars carried on the head. It gained fame and imposed the quality of its products. Butter with salt sold by weight, on baking paper, is still a classic, as are cheese and whipped cream. In fact, whipped cream has become a protagonist. In the 1950s, sold over the counter in little bags of waxed paper, it joined the ex-libris of the brand: the éclair with chocolate coating. The constant quality, the daily production, always fresh and limited to the existing stock, confirm a story of success.

The Amilod Zareg is the brand created by Marlene Torres, fashion designer. In this space you will find designer pieces and fashion accessories with national design. The designer, who started by creating pieces for other stores in the arts quarter, creates clothes that she considers “delicate, very feminine and different from any other fashion”. The offer is varied, and you can find from blouses dresses, including bespoke wedding dresses, as well as coats, hats and bags. The brand is based on principles of sustainability, delicacy, comfort and praise for women. In this establishment, in addition to its own products, it also offers footwear, jewellery and knitwear by other designers.

At Pita Gourmet Grécia is the option. In Porto, the menu and decoration take you to the Mediterranean islands. There is so much to try. For starters, you can order Spanakopita, a filo pastry stuffed with feta and spinach, or Halumi, the grilled Cyprus cheese. Main courses include typical Bifteki, Greek-seasoned meat stuffed with feta cheese, or Moussaka made with eggplant, minced meat and bechamel with feta cheese. For dessert, baklava, with filo pastry, walnuts and cinnamon syrup, or Kataifi, characterized by filo nests stuffed with almonds, nuts and vanilla, among others. You can also order a shot of ouzo, typical Greek brandy. It has take away service.

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