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An old drinking shop where you can taste the Ginjinha drink. A traditional lisboner, from outside lisbon, drink. Ask for it in a chocolat glass ;)
Taste the famous sour cherry liquor in this typical bar open in 1840 in Largo de São Domingos next to National Theater D. Maria II. You can have it "with or without the cherry".
Curious tourists and drunk old men mix at this legendary hole-in-the-wall bar next to Dona Maria II Theater.
If you like strong alcoholic liquors, you will appreciate this one made with sour cheeries.
“With or without?” the employee behind the counter is going to ask you as you enter Ginjinha Espinheira, inaugurated in 1840 by a Galician of that name. What he is asking is whether you will take your ginjinha with or without ginjas (the little cherries used to make this liqueur). The other…
Try a typical Portuguese liqueur! When walking to ‘Rossio’, be sure to stop at the ‘A Ginjinha’ cafe. This is a very tiny bar where a maximum of three people can go in at a time and order a Ginja. Ginja or Ginjinha as most people call it, is a liqueur made of a cherry-like berry called (not…
“One of the hidden treasures of Lisbon. You would not enter if you look at it from the outside. Full of surprises. Just try it out.”
“Nice, simple and honest food at a good price. Try 'escalopes' if you like meat and if you are a fish person you also won't be disappointed :) ”
“Here, besides the traditional food from up north Portugal, you can eat the best 'Bitoque' in Lisbon. What is it? A great steak, fries and a fried egg. Forget the calories, ok? It's affordable!”
“It is the multicultural and ethnical center of Lisbon. You can find shops from people of different countries: India, Morocco, China, Pakistan and so on! You can buy incense, tea, and exotic goods.”
“the oldest - with more tahn 190 years - and most traditional confectioneer in the city introiduced the traditional christmas cake and is loyal to old traditional recipes perfect for afternoon tea ”