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Loja das Conservas

What appears to be a gallery is on closer inspection a fascinating temple to tinned fish (or conservas as the Portuguese say), the result of an industry on its deathbed revived by a savvy marketing about-face and ne…
Food in Alfama, Castelo & Graça

Conserveira de Lisboa

In Rua dos Bacalhoeiros (cod-vessel street) lies this store dedicated wholly to slinging tinned fish, and whose walls are a mosaic of retro wrappings.
Food & Drinks in Baixa & Rossio

Manuel Tavares

For a lingering taste of Lisbon, nip into this wood-fronted store, which has been tempting locals since 1860 with pata negra, pungent cheeses, ginjinha, port and other Portuguese treats.
Food in Bairro Alto & Chiado

A Carioca

Little has changed since this old-world store opened in 1924: brass fittings still gleam, the coffee roaster is still in action and home blends, sugared almonds and toffees are still lovingly wrapped in green paper.
Food in Alfama, Castelo & Graça

Silva & Feijóo

Planning a picnic? Stop by this nearly 100-year-old brand's shop, one of several in the area, for sheep’s cheese from the Seia mountains, sardine pâté, rye bread, salsichas (sausages) and other Portuguese goodies.
Food in Baixa & Rossio

Manteigaria Silva

In business for more than a century, Manteigaria Silva does a brisk trade in Portuguese ham, cheese, wine and bacalhau.
Food in Baixa & Rossio

Espaço Açores

The closest you can get to actually visiting the Azores is this attractive shop, where a taste of the islands comes in the form of cheeses, honeys, preserves, passion-fruit liqueurs and, apparently, the oldest tea p…
Food in Baixa & Rossio

Queijaria Nacional

A one-stop cheese shop with varieties from all over Portugal – from pungent and creamy Serra da Estrela to Azores and Alentejo varieties. You can also pair cheese and charcuterie with Portuguese wines during a tasti…