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Guidebook for Lisboa

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Guidebook for Lisboa

Food Scene
This neighbourhood restaurant, up the street from Praça das Flores, is a former grocery store from 1870, and the name is that of the original owner, whose portrait can be seen on a wall. There’s also the portrait of Mrs. Deolinda, the store’s second owner after Mrs. Quitéria. They’re both now part of the décor which has changed little for the space’s new life as a “petiscos” (tapas) restaurant. Is now essentially classic Portuguese “petiscos” at the table. They’re available for lunch and dinner, always with a welcoming ambience. Recently frequented by the actor, singer and writer Eddie Redmayne, Oscar winner for Best Actor in 2015. On Sundays there is fado, at 20.30h. Average price 20€
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Dona Quitéria
1 Tv. São José
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This neighbourhood restaurant, up the street from Praça das Flores, is a former grocery store from 1870, and the name is that of the original owner, whose portrait can be seen on a wall. There’s also the portrait of Mrs. Deolinda, the store’s second owner after Mrs. Quitéria. They’re both now part of the décor which has changed little for the space’s new life as a “petiscos” (tapas) restaurant. Is now essentially classic Portuguese “petiscos” at the table. They’re available for lunch and dinner, always with a welcoming ambience. Recently frequented by the actor, singer and writer Eddie Redmayne, Oscar winner for Best Actor in 2015. On Sundays there is fado, at 20.30h. Average price 20€
"Prima si sente, dopo si mangia". Il Matriciano is an Italian restaurant with family atmosphere in front of the Parliament. The nice little a terrace taken down the sidewalk are very peaceful. The interior is rustic, decorated with good taste and simplicity. Most of the employees are Italian, the food is very tasty made with Mediterranean ingredients. Average price 25€
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Il Matriciano
107 R. de São Bento
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"Prima si sente, dopo si mangia". Il Matriciano is an Italian restaurant with family atmosphere in front of the Parliament. The nice little a terrace taken down the sidewalk are very peaceful. The interior is rustic, decorated with good taste and simplicity. Most of the employees are Italian, the food is very tasty made with Mediterranean ingredients. Average price 25€
Best steaks in Lisbon. This restaurant facing São Bento Palace has a rather English pub style and is famous for its steaks. It's also known for being open until very late, allowing for long dinner conversations among the upper-class 40-somethings (politicians and journalists) that usually fill the space. Average price 35€
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Café de São Bento
212 R. de São Bento
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Best steaks in Lisbon. This restaurant facing São Bento Palace has a rather English pub style and is famous for its steaks. It's also known for being open until very late, allowing for long dinner conversations among the upper-class 40-somethings (politicians and journalists) that usually fill the space. Average price 35€
A "lab" of delicious ice creams and sorbets. This is an artisanal ice cream shop which is also a “lab” for the Italian owner. That’s because he experiments with different flavors every day, mixing fresh local products and others imported from Italy, to offer new flavors daily. They’re served Roman-style, using a spatula instead of a scoop, in a cup or cone, with as many flavors as you like. Every ice cream is all-natural, with no artificial colorings or preservatives, and comes with optional whipped cream on top. There’s no place to sit in the blue-and-yellow interior, which only has space for the counter, so there’s always a line out the door.
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Nannarella
64 R. Nova da Piedade
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A "lab" of delicious ice creams and sorbets. This is an artisanal ice cream shop which is also a “lab” for the Italian owner. That’s because he experiments with different flavors every day, mixing fresh local products and others imported from Italy, to offer new flavors daily. They’re served Roman-style, using a spatula instead of a scoop, in a cup or cone, with as many flavors as you like. Every ice cream is all-natural, with no artificial colorings or preservatives, and comes with optional whipped cream on top. There’s no place to sit in the blue-and-yellow interior, which only has space for the counter, so there’s always a line out the door.
For thin-crust organic pizzas. It says it’s the first organic pizzeria in town, offering 100% organic pizza prepared in a wood oven. All the toppings are Portuguese and Italian, brought directly from producers. Among the several choices are vegetarian and vegan pizzas, and to accompany them there are organic Portuguese wines and craft beers. It’s found in the Principe Real neighborhood, right around the corner from Praça das Flores, and features a minimalist interior with a welcoming atmosphere.
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In Bocca Al Lupo
5 R. Manuel Bernardes
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For thin-crust organic pizzas. It says it’s the first organic pizzeria in town, offering 100% organic pizza prepared in a wood oven. All the toppings are Portuguese and Italian, brought directly from producers. Among the several choices are vegetarian and vegan pizzas, and to accompany them there are organic Portuguese wines and craft beers. It’s found in the Principe Real neighborhood, right around the corner from Praça das Flores, and features a minimalist interior with a welcoming atmosphere.
A cafe with a pleasant terrace for light meals and weekend brunches. The tables outside are almost always full, but that's because this is one of the most pleasant cafés in the city, surrounded by the tranquility of Praça das Flores. Whether you just want a drink, coffee, pastry, or go for a quick meal of traditional Portuguese dishes, you'll find crowds of all ages looking out to the garden. On Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays mornings it serves a brunch buffet, price 18€.
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Pão de Canela
N.ºs 25 a 29 Praça das Flores
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A cafe with a pleasant terrace for light meals and weekend brunches. The tables outside are almost always full, but that's because this is one of the most pleasant cafés in the city, surrounded by the tranquility of Praça das Flores. Whether you just want a drink, coffee, pastry, or go for a quick meal of traditional Portuguese dishes, you'll find crowds of all ages looking out to the garden. On Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays mornings it serves a brunch buffet, price 18€.
A destination for coffee lovers. This coffee shop just around the corner from Praça das Flores is meant to be a lab dedicated to the various ways of preparing and serving coffee, while the customer sits reading, studying, at the computer using the free Wi-Fi service, or simply relaxing. It offers a small meeting room, also allowing you to work as you enjoy a cup of coffee. In addition to the variety of coffee, it also serves tea and hot chocolate, which may accompany a piece of cake or sandwich. The space’s minimalist decor also derives from Nordic inspiration. So that everyone may prepare their coffee "correctly", and for those who prefer to enjoy their coffee at home, there’s coffee to go.
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Copenhagen Coffee Lab & Bakery
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A destination for coffee lovers. This coffee shop just around the corner from Praça das Flores is meant to be a lab dedicated to the various ways of preparing and serving coffee, while the customer sits reading, studying, at the computer using the free Wi-Fi service, or simply relaxing. It offers a small meeting room, also allowing you to work as you enjoy a cup of coffee. In addition to the variety of coffee, it also serves tea and hot chocolate, which may accompany a piece of cake or sandwich. The space’s minimalist decor also derives from Nordic inspiration. So that everyone may prepare their coffee "correctly", and for those who prefer to enjoy their coffee at home, there’s coffee to go.
Parks & Nature
This romantic little square, with its small garden, has always been one of the city’s quietest corners but is now also one of its trendiest. It remains as calm as ever, with benches surrounding a small fountain shaded by trees, but now also has several spots for eating and drinking. The first one you see is an old kiosk, now restored, but there are also small cafe terraces, and several other eateries down Rua Nova da Piedade towards São Bento Palace.
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Praça das Flores
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This romantic little square, with its small garden, has always been one of the city’s quietest corners but is now also one of its trendiest. It remains as calm as ever, with benches surrounding a small fountain shaded by trees, but now also has several spots for eating and drinking. The first one you see is an old kiosk, now restored, but there are also small cafe terraces, and several other eateries down Rua Nova da Piedade towards São Bento Palace.
Drinks & Nightlife
Foxtrot is the typical early-20th century bar, inspired by the traditional English pubs. You must ring a bell to go inside, where you find four dimly-lit rooms, an Art Deco style, and a very inviting fireplace for the winter days. It offers an extensive list of drinks, from whiskeys to gin, to a variety of cocktails. From the kitchen comes the popular Foxtrot steak, hamburgers or steak sandwiches until 3AM.
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Foxtrot
28 Tv. Santa Teresa
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Foxtrot is the typical early-20th century bar, inspired by the traditional English pubs. You must ring a bell to go inside, where you find four dimly-lit rooms, an Art Deco style, and a very inviting fireplace for the winter days. It offers an extensive list of drinks, from whiskeys to gin, to a variety of cocktails. From the kitchen comes the popular Foxtrot steak, hamburgers or steak sandwiches until 3AM.
Recognized as the best cocktail bar in Lisbon, this lounge mixes unique drinks in a cool, sophisticated ambience. You have the choice of dozens of innovative cocktails, with new ones always being invented. It is owned by an Englishman who's worked at bars around the world (from Australia to New York) and decided to open his own in Lisbon. Is one of the top places in the city for chilling out. Snacks are also available to accompany the drinks.
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CINCO lounge
17A R. Ruben A. Leitão
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Recognized as the best cocktail bar in Lisbon, this lounge mixes unique drinks in a cool, sophisticated ambience. You have the choice of dozens of innovative cocktails, with new ones always being invented. It is owned by an Englishman who's worked at bars around the world (from Australia to New York) and decided to open his own in Lisbon. Is one of the top places in the city for chilling out. Snacks are also available to accompany the drinks.
Arts & Culture
The yellow house is at number 193 in the Rua São Bento in Lisbon is a loaded story house. It was there that Amalia Rodrigues lived half a century. The House-Museum allows visitors to revive the atmosphere in which Amalia lived and how she lived. Price of Entry: 5 €. The tours are guided and last an average of 20 minutes. Tuesday to Sunday, from 10h00-13h00 and 14h00-18h00.
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Foundation Amália Rodrigues
193 R. de São Bento
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The yellow house is at number 193 in the Rua São Bento in Lisbon is a loaded story house. It was there that Amalia Rodrigues lived half a century. The House-Museum allows visitors to revive the atmosphere in which Amalia lived and how she lived. Price of Entry: 5 €. The tours are guided and last an average of 20 minutes. Tuesday to Sunday, from 10h00-13h00 and 14h00-18h00.
A 16th-century monastery was turned into an imposing neoclassical palace that is now Portugal's parliament. It occasionally hosts art exhibitions, which may be seen in guided tours that include the palace's interior and the sculpture-filled garden in the back.
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Assembly of the Republic
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A 16th-century monastery was turned into an imposing neoclassical palace that is now Portugal's parliament. It occasionally hosts art exhibitions, which may be seen in guided tours that include the palace's interior and the sculpture-filled garden in the back.