This legendary kitchen and gourmet shop is worth visiting for the facade alone—practically untouched since the store opened almost a hundred years ago, it features ornate, gold-painted signage and old-school merchandising windows. The shelves are filled with Portuguese products like cans of sardines and tuna, homemade jams and quinces, oils, wine, spirits, and crackers. It’s an ideal place to pick up souvenirs.

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