Mercado Publico de Porto Alegre, Porto Alegre

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  • In addition to being a great place to buy food, has an excellent cuisine, such as Gambrinus Restaurant.
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  • To initiate activities, after the fire, we have no way to visit the market and not be moved. The owners have a love for all and, even among the buzz that sometimes tired, it's nice to be there. Enter the Gambrinus or another or even a snack is all very cosy.
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  • In the heart of the city, the public market is one place I can find everything I need. Spices, vegetables, cold cuts, fresh fish and various organic food options and colonial. Not to mention the various drinks stalls, cafés and restaurants and of course the famous and ancient 40 Banking-with the best banana split in the world! There are also craft fairs and antique ...
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  • Historical marketplace in the heart of downtown Porto Alegre. Anything you can imagine, from traditional handcraft from the south of Brazil, to everyday grocery shopping, as well as good restaurants and café, mercado público will have for you. Take sometime to walk around before buying anything, since there are many choices. A must for tourists to know when visiting Porto Alegre.
  • Traditional market, located in the center of the city. It is not large, but it has several stalls (traditional regional products, meats, spices, seasonings, erbs, fishmongers, restaurants, confectionery, etc.). Worth the visit for sure!
  • Vintage restaurants and freshly, organic produce... What's not to love! Go to Gambrinu's - second oldest restaurant in the whole city and they have wonderful dishes!
  • A nice downtown attraction, good place to buy souvenirs, maybe some southern cachacas or craft beer. Not like the wild central markets you find in some other Brazilian cities, scale is more modest (the entire upstairs is closed) and much of the business is geared toward tourists. Nonetheless, a must-see if you're visiting.
  • I wouldn't consider it much of a tourist destination, but granted it's a great market for buying all sorts of food.