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Flavors of Spring in Galeria do Largo Re
With fresh aromas, simpler and lighter products, Galeria do Largo Restaurant in Porto, launched...View More
Lux Hotels is going to celebrate father's day, next Saturday, March 19, at the hotel Lux Fatima...View More
Flavors of Spring in Galeria do Largo Restaurant
With fresh aromas, simpler and lighter products, Galeria do Largo Restaurant in Porto, launched this Friday, June 10, the spring / summer menu The delicacies of Chef Manuel Ferreira invite you to a journey through the world of Portuguese gastronomy. The cuisine is traditional Portuguese, made with quality, rigor and excellence of today. The spring / summer menu consists of 36 simple dishes, with a springlike touch and fresh aromas, appropriate for these time of the year, taking into account not only the tradition and values of Portuguese cuisine, but also the gastronomic restrictions of customers (vegetarian and gluten free). In this menu, the Chef suggests delicacies as Petinga in Panko bread and fennel, and Tartar Sauce; Carré Lamb, Gnocchi Sauteed and Ratatouille; Confit cod and Favada of black pudding; and for dessert, Semi Pineapple Ball Over Coconut Cake. A menu marked by seasonal produce, to savor in the restaurant or on the terrace. The news does not stop there: at lunch the Chef prepares weekly the "Gallery snack." A menu of traditional dishes in smaller doses, to tastings and to share. Right in the Largo de São Domingos, Galeria do Largo Restaurant is an authentic showcase of flavors. The space was born from the rehabilitation of one of the most emblematic houses of Porto: Araújo e Sobrinho. The restaurant keeps the decoration original parts of the oldest in Europe Stationery.
Lux Hotels is going to celebrate father's day, next Saturday, March 19, at the hotel Lux Fatima. The hotel chain aims to provide a single moment between parents and children and therefore invites all families to watch the story of the children's story "Pê de Pai" ("F of Father),by clinic Contigo - a clinic of development. Catia Pereira, psychologist and storyteller, states that "the moment of history is an opportunity to give wings to the imagination and to let parents and children embark on a journey through the world of the senses." Besides hearing the story, babies and children will be able to feel the history through sensory stimuli: "touch strengthens parental connection. Often children are apprehensive and do not want to play with a certain object, but when they see their parents to do so, they end up crossing the barriers of fear, "he says. The cost of entry is symbolic: Lux Hotels invites families to bring basic necessities (such as milk, rice and pasta). The raised goods will be delivered to Casa da Criança, on the day of Happiness - 20 March. The initiative will be held in Hotel Lux Fátima, Avenida José Alves Correia to 18 hours.
“Lisbon and Pessoa by Ten Spanish Artists” Exhibit
Thirty-five works by Spanish artists, dedicated to interpreting and paying tribute to Fernando Pessoa and the Portuguese capital’s literary fascination, have arrived at the heart of Lisbon. From September 15 to November 15, the paintings will be on display at Lisboa Pessoa Hotel, freely accessible on floor 0, as well as at Mensagem – Restaurante & Bar Panorâmico.
The exhibited pieces explore both the intimate connection between Pessoa and Lisbon and the intrinsic poetry of the Lusitanian capital, viewed as a literary city. Cosmopolitan spaces such as the literary cafes, hotels, and streets of the Chiado area are represented in some of these works through a plurality of viewpoints that suggest various readings about Pessoa, Lisbon, and the concept of travel.
The exhibit was inaugurated on September 15, 2018, Lisboa Pessoa Hotel’s second anniversary. The event paid tribute to the famous verse of the poem “Tobacco Shop” by Álvaro de Campos, where we read: “I have in me all the dreams of the world.” In a literary gathering on this occasion, the works in the “Lisbon and Pessoa by Ten Spanish Artists” exhibit were read and discussed from the perspective of the ideas on dreams and cosmopolitanism that conduct Pessoa’s work and thinking.
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