|Summary:||Stoa; on the south side of the Agora, between the Heliaia and the Enneakrounos (SE Fountainhouse).|
|Date:||ca. 425 BC - 400 BC|
80.47 m x 14.89 m; portico: ca. 9.2 m deep; rooms: ca. 4.8 m x 4.86 m; Doric outer column diameter: 0.53 m.
Two-aisled stoa opening north, with a Doric outer colonnade, an inner colonnade of unknown order, and 16 rooms lining the southern wall. One narrow room, and 15 square rooms which served as dining rooms and places of relaxation. May have had a 2nd story.
The 15 rooms apparently were outfitted as dining rooms and may have been used by the city officials who were fed at public expense. The building was in use until ca. 150 B.C., when it was displaced by South Stoa II.