We are back!
The wait is over. The original Time Out Market, the world’s first, where it all began in 2014, reopened its doors on 1 June. The world’s first food and cultural markets based on editorial curation returns with the best of Lisbon under one roof, that is with the best roster of chefs and restaurants in the city under one roof, with the leading names and brands that have accompanied us on this journey from the start, along with others that are new to the market. The existing 25 restaurants, six kiosks, seven bars, four shops, cooking school (Academia Time Out), events room (Estúdio Time Out) and coworking space (Second Home) have now been joined, in the food hall, by one of the city’s sweetest successes, Crush Doughnuts, a brand from the same stable as Ground Burger, plus a new cocktail kiosk under the name TO Bar. And it is not just the levels of sugar in the Market that have increased. As well as the classic dishes that have long made the place famous, there are now many novelties to come and discover on the menus of our chefs and restaurants. A linguini with carabineiros (scarlet prawns) at Marisqueira Azul, a Lobster Burger at Ground Burger, a sushi taco at Confraria, new cheeses at Manteigaria Silva, vegetarian dishes from chef Miguel Castro e Silva and the new summer flavours of ices at Davvero, among many others. And since Time Out Market does not live by food and drink alone, in June – which in Lisbon is traditionally a month of festivals – the food hall will host several events. We start with a free workshop at Academia Time Out, followed by a concert from the Portuguese jazz collective “Alta Cena” at 8pm. On Friday, 4 June at 8pm the food hall welcomes a concert from romantic duo “David & Miguel”. June continues with screening of Euro 2020 games throughout the month. All events are free to enter, but limited to the capacity of the Market, which due to regulations has been halved. Health and safety rules remain in place, but we cannot remind you often enough that wearing a mask is compulsory, except once you have sat down to eat and drink. We have partitions at our tables, to encourage physical distancing. And sanitation stations are scattered throughout the market.