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Bridging the old and the contemporary, António Sousa Oliveira’s Binding Workshop is one of the few spaces dedicated to this activity that still resists the passage of time.
Founded in 1969, with a small workshop on Rua das Taipas, it moved in 1974 to the space where it still stands today, Rua do Pinheiro.
Its founder, António Oliveira, passed on to his descendants all his passion and dedication for the art of binding. They are the ones who, today, make use of this excellent training and lead this family business, continuing a craft business that has already been operating for half a decade.

Neves & Filha jewelery has more than a century and a half of history. During that time, all the stories have been recorded in a small book in the house by customers who pass by. This traditional and familiar business has its main identity characteristic in the representative pieces of Portuguese jewelery, which it has been selling for decades. The art of jewelery is the hallmark of this establishment, which is recognized for its filigree work. Visiting Neves e Filha is like revisiting the past. All the furniture in the establishment is original. As well as the wooden and glass counter, the worked ceilings, the wall mirrors, the ivory door handles, among others.

Founded on January 13, 1933, Alípio Dias & Irmão, also known as Sementeira, has become a reference in the field of seeds, plants, lawns, machines and accessories. In particular, throughout its long history it has been tasked with the packaging and marketing of its specialty products, namely seeds and plants for agriculture and garden, as well as gardening equipment. The objective of this company is to ensure the total satisfaction of its customers, through partnerships with leading companies in the sector and the best practices inherent in quality and environmental preservation.

Inaugurated in 1927, Buraquinho is a small establishment, set in a basement dug in the foundations of a building and with a rustic and cozy atmosphere. It is a small traditional “tavern”, serving the typical regional snacks made there: “caldo verde”, “papas de sarrabulho”,
“tripa enfarinhada” (guts),”morcela” (black pudding), ears, “bucho”, “chispe”, among others, always accompanied with wine served in bulk, often reed wine from Mêda, preserved in the famous vats just outside this tavern. Initially used by the residents of the surrounding area, this space was lined with the ambience of a small tavern and is today one of the most iconic places in Porto.

Filha da Mãe Preta Restaurant is a historic restaurant. It is one of the best-known houses in Ribeira, whose history goes beyond 60 years. With a unique decoration and a friendly service, here you can enjoy a unique view of the Douro River and Gaia pier while you dine. You can try one of our specialties in the area of traditional cuisine such as “Tripas à moda do Porto” (Porto-style guts), beans and rice and fried cod with scallions. In 2007 it was acquired by the owners of its neighbor, Peza Arroz Restaurant, consolidating the merger of two of Ribeira’s most emblematic and old restaurants.

Located right in the heart of Porto’s historic center, Benedito Barros, founded in 1926, has a long history of marketing textiles and wool while retaining its genuine and traditional look. You can use this flagship store to purchase quality fabrics of various types. It is worth entering the store and admire its worked ceiling and the numerous fabrics of various colors and textures displayed on its wooden shelves. In addition to the quality of the products, you can count on personalized service from our experienced team, who will advise you on the best product according to your needs.

More than 110 years old, founded in 1908, Vidraria Fonseca offers all kinds of glass products and services: decorative, lacquered and resin glass, mirrors, windows, safety glass, glass fittings, etc. It is born by the entrepreneurial spirit of Manuel Francisco da Fonseca with its first establishment in Rua das Velas, having from there several establishments around the city.
Accompanying the technological evolution of glass, the constant modernization of its machines and the high professionalism of its collaborators provide the constant improvement of the centenary Vidraria Fonseca.

Queijaria Amaral is the oldest cheese factory in Porto, having been founded in 1928. Since 2018 it has become one of the city’s historic shops as part of the “Porto de Tradição” municipal program.
In this establishment all products are of Portuguese origin. This cheese shop specializes in Serra da Estrela cheese, but it also includes a wide variety of cheese from other regions. It also has sections of cold cuts, ham and sausages, selling traditional smokehouse from the best regions of the country, as well as bread from Bragança, Mirandela and Avintes.

Pinguim Café is a pub with a traditional atmosphere, which opened in 1987 and has a history of regular culture-related activities.
It has a long tradition of poetry evenings on Monday, started by Joaquim Castro Caldas for over 30 years, followed by poets such as Manuel Jorge Marmelo, João Habitualmente, Daniel Maia-Pinto Rodrigues, Valter Hugo Mãe, Filipa Leal, Paulo Campos dos Reis, Renato Filipe Cardoso.
Penguin Café stands out for the quality of its tonic gins and has a phrase that characterizes them “Not only of Gin lives the Penguin”. You should try the excellent hot chocolate, wines, cocktails, craft beers and snacks.

Founded by David Ferreira in 1910, Ourivesaria Luiz Ferreira is a historic establishment in the city’s commerce.
This store is renowned for its revolutionary work in the field of jewelry design, namely the articulated animals made from various raw materials by David Ferreira, the founder’s son. Luiz Ferreira was posthumously awarded the Cultural Merit Medal for his outstanding services to Portuguese culture.
In this centenary jewelry, the client will be able to find a careful selection of jewels, decoration pieces, tea services, bracelets, rings and necklaces, created with the tasteful design and always with the widely proven quality that this space offers.

Costa Braga & Filhos has a history of over 150 years. In 1866, at Rua Firmeza, in Porto, the factory was named “Real e Imperial Chapelaria a Vapor de Costa Braga & Filhos”. Later, in the current facilities of Rua 31 de Janeiro, shop and production were combined. Since then it has guided its position in the market by criteria of quality, rigor and honesty. In this shop you can follow the manufacture and application of various uniform accessories. You can still know a huge collection of original equipment, some still in use. It works with the domestic and foreign markets, always offering quality and excellence products.

Historical antiquary founded in 1876, the centennial A Vilarinha remains a prestigious establishment in the art of doing well and receiving. Run by the Mota brothers, it is oriented according to the traditional molds of interior decoration and the commercialization of artistic furniture. Lighting and decoration complements, in addition to antiques, complete A Vilarinha. This house, with tradition in the manufacture, restoration and sale of furniture, remains a reference space in Porto for all those who want to buy chairs, sofas, desks, counters, cabinets, beds, tables and screens that create a maze of shapes that fill the halls of the store.

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