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371 culture space - eatery

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371 culture space - eatery

Riga's Central Market is one of the largest market spaces to be located in a European city centre. Its five large pavilions were originally built by the occupying German army as zeppelin hangars during the First World War, forming a unique and prominent part of the cityscape to this very day.

As you wander through the marketplace, it is worth stopping at 371, a hybrid between a cultural space and an eatery that can be found between the milk and gastronomy pavilions. In contrast to the vivid colours of the products for sale at the market, the interior at 371 is white and laconic. 371 may also be the only establishment in the entire 72 300 m2 market territory to house a piano, regularly hosting concerts, film showings and various other performances. During the day, 371 functions as a café, inviting guests to savour creative interpretations of Latvian national cuisine by chef Kārlis Roberts Celms.

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01/2014

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