Asian families, old Lisbon grandmothers and young students moving in. In other words: it's kind of really diverse.
Fall in love with how rich the culture is in Martim Moniz. Asian, African and "Alfacinha", with a Cuban music soundtrack and spots to drink Caipirinhas. Awesome to get out of the sardine circuit.
The Dragon Square Market in the centre of Martim Moniz is worth exploring on a sunny afternoon or later in the evening. Plenty of streetmarket stalls selling food and drinks from all over the world!
Lifestyle is working class, honest and authentic. Very true to itself, without trying to be something it's not. This isn't by any standards a rich neighbourhood.