Though also a great pub at night, this is your stop for daytime tapas. The old building that houses The Market Bar
is high-ceilinged, bright, and for some reason has walls lined with clogs. That doesn’t detract from it being a great spot for a leisurely afternoon lunch.
There are lots of tables, lots of space and lots of light, and though it does tend to be pretty noisy when it’s busy, they have a very refreshing no-loud-music policy.
Recommended food and wine combo
peixinhos de horta, with a light and dry Casa Maria Verdejo Spanish white wine from Rueda.