Lisbon by us

Paula & Rafael
Paula & Rafael
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Paula & Rafael

Lisbon by us

Must do
The best things to do in town
Have you ever heard of curated burgers? Curated nigiri? Curated pizzas, sandwiches or even curated cod? Probably not. After all, Time Out Market is the first market in the world where everything has been chosen, tasted and tested (with four or five stars, and not one star less) by an independent panel of city experts: Time Out’s own journalists and critics. It has over 40 restaurants, a shop selling Portuguese products, a cooking academy, a bar, a club and a showroom. Definitely an unmissable stop.
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1. Time Out Market
49 Av. 24 de Julho
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Have you ever heard of curated burgers? Curated nigiri? Curated pizzas, sandwiches or even curated cod? Probably not. After all, Time Out Market is the first market in the world where everything has been chosen, tasted and tested (with four or five stars, and not one star less) by an independent panel of city experts: Time Out’s own journalists and critics. It has over 40 restaurants, a shop selling Portuguese products, a cooking academy, a bar, a club and a showroom. Definitely an unmissable stop.
It opened, then it closed, then it opened again, but what’s certain is that this project by the EDP Foundation is much more than its acronym. MAAT’s architectural lines struck the city at its 2016 launch, and now justifies regular pilgrimages to the area of Belém. If nothing else, the structured designed by British architect Amanda Levete, combined with a sunset backdrop, makes a killer pic to share on social media. But of course you shouldn’t stop there: we recommend consulting the agenda for information on permanent and temporary exhibitions.
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MAAT
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It opened, then it closed, then it opened again, but what’s certain is that this project by the EDP Foundation is much more than its acronym. MAAT’s architectural lines struck the city at its 2016 launch, and now justifies regular pilgrimages to the area of Belém. If nothing else, the structured designed by British architect Amanda Levete, combined with a sunset backdrop, makes a killer pic to share on social media. But of course you shouldn’t stop there: we recommend consulting the agenda for information on permanent and temporary exhibitions.
If you enjoy pottering around flea markets when you’re on holiday, go to Feira da Ladra. There’s a bit of everything there, from socks to second-hand books to vintage silk handkerchiefs every Tuesday and Saturday.
Feira da ladrs
If you enjoy pottering around flea markets when you’re on holiday, go to Feira da Ladra. There’s a bit of everything there, from socks to second-hand books to vintage silk handkerchiefs every Tuesday and Saturday.
Okay, it sounds weird. But at Park, drinks are available on the sixth floor, so you’ll be far from the actual cars. Phones at the ready – the view it has over Lisbon is one of the most instagrammables, as are the cocktails. Plus, there are usually DJs to liven things up. A relative newcomer, this sprawling rooftop bar on a multi-storey car park at the south-western corner of the Bairro Alto gets packed on warm evenings. Beautiful young things chat amid giant pot plants, swaying to a DJ-driven soundtrack of jazz, soul and funk.
Park
Okay, it sounds weird. But at Park, drinks are available on the sixth floor, so you’ll be far from the actual cars. Phones at the ready – the view it has over Lisbon is one of the most instagrammables, as are the cocktails. Plus, there are usually DJs to liven things up. A relative newcomer, this sprawling rooftop bar on a multi-storey car park at the south-western corner of the Bairro Alto gets packed on warm evenings. Beautiful young things chat amid giant pot plants, swaying to a DJ-driven soundtrack of jazz, soul and funk.
The Pastéis de Belém bakery is a mandatory pitstop for tourists, but its large tea rooms, covered with blue and white azulejos, tend to attract Lisbon residents too. The pastéis (€1.10 each) are worth the fuss, and their history is long and ancient. Their fabrication started in 1834, when the Jerónimos Monastery started selling sweets. They were so successful that three years later, the Pastéis de Belém empire started, with a secret recipe that is still used to this day. Customers with time to spare scoff them two at a time in a warren of rooms lined with tiles depicting Belém in the early 17th century.
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Pastéis de Belém
84-92 R. de Belém
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The Pastéis de Belém bakery is a mandatory pitstop for tourists, but its large tea rooms, covered with blue and white azulejos, tend to attract Lisbon residents too. The pastéis (€1.10 each) are worth the fuss, and their history is long and ancient. Their fabrication started in 1834, when the Jerónimos Monastery started selling sweets. They were so successful that three years later, the Pastéis de Belém empire started, with a secret recipe that is still used to this day. Customers with time to spare scoff them two at a time in a warren of rooms lined with tiles depicting Belém in the early 17th century.
We do. Actually, we have a park that’s three times the size of that New-York icon – yes, three times. Walking, running, riding a bike or skating, have a picnic, take photographs, drawing or dating are some of the suggestions we have to pass the time in this green field that’s so big that you lose sight of where it begins and where it ends.
Monsanto
We do. Actually, we have a park that’s three times the size of that New-York icon – yes, three times. Walking, running, riding a bike or skating, have a picnic, take photographs, drawing or dating are some of the suggestions we have to pass the time in this green field that’s so big that you lose sight of where it begins and where it ends.
Essential things to do on your retail therapy excursion include a trip to renovated industrial complex LX factory, a shopping city within the city. This uber-trendy venue hosts an eclectic selection of places to eat, drink, dance and spend some serious Euros. Here you can cut your hair, look for surfboards or even sleep.
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Lx factory avenida india
34 Av. da Índia
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Essential things to do on your retail therapy excursion include a trip to renovated industrial complex LX factory, a shopping city within the city. This uber-trendy venue hosts an eclectic selection of places to eat, drink, dance and spend some serious Euros. Here you can cut your hair, look for surfboards or even sleep.
This architectural UFO designed by Chaves da Costa has been given a new lease of life - and a much more peaceful one: it is a viewpoint, which was always its second calling anyway. We won’t lie: it’s the best view of the whole city. Abandoned since 2001, the Panoramic received only sporadic visits from urban explorers, tourists, curious onlookers and people armed with spray paint, who went there to do what people generally do with spray paint. Since September 2nd, 2017, it can be visited legally and safely.
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Panorâmico de Monsanto
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This architectural UFO designed by Chaves da Costa has been given a new lease of life - and a much more peaceful one: it is a viewpoint, which was always its second calling anyway. We won’t lie: it’s the best view of the whole city. Abandoned since 2001, the Panoramic received only sporadic visits from urban explorers, tourists, curious onlookers and people armed with spray paint, who went there to do what people generally do with spray paint. Since September 2nd, 2017, it can be visited legally and safely.
It has a reputation of being the fadistas’ canteen and you never know who might roll up in the wee hours and do an impromptu performance. The food is Portuguese, prettified – bacalhau com natas with parmesan and the like – but really not up to the quality of the fado.
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Mesa De Frades
139 R. dos Remédios
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It has a reputation of being the fadistas’ canteen and you never know who might roll up in the wee hours and do an impromptu performance. The food is Portuguese, prettified – bacalhau com natas with parmesan and the like – but really not up to the quality of the fado.
The tour is called Lisboa Sensorial (sensory Lisbon), and he objective is to sense the smells, noises and flavours of Lisbon’s most typical neighbourhood, with your eyes covered – and a guide. It lasts an hour and a half.
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Alfama
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The tour is called Lisboa Sensorial (sensory Lisbon), and he objective is to sense the smells, noises and flavours of Lisbon’s most typical neighbourhood, with your eyes covered – and a guide. It lasts an hour and a half.
Scenic spot, great restaurant just above the beach.
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Azenhas do Mar
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Scenic spot, great restaurant just above the beach.
At Costa da Caparica Beach, this is a great spot to spend the day, eat, drink and listen to good music. If not opened worths visiting the beach and choosing one of the other places around
Yamba
At Costa da Caparica Beach, this is a great spot to spend the day, eat, drink and listen to good music. If not opened worths visiting the beach and choosing one of the other places around
Where everything happens in Lisbon. Take your time and walk around. You will find everything here, a lot of people, bars, restaurants and stores.
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Chiado
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Where everything happens in Lisbon. Take your time and walk around. You will find everything here, a lot of people, bars, restaurants and stores.
Cena gastronómica
Traditional Portuguese food at this famous Lisbon destination!
Solar dos Presuntos
150 R. Portas de Santo Antão
Traditional Portuguese food at this famous Lisbon destination!
Great food with a great chef in this cozy place!
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Horta dos Brunos
27 R. Ilha do Pico
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Great food with a great chef in this cozy place!
Great spot to drink and have some very nice ceviches in town!
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A Cevicheria
129 R. Dom Pedro V
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Great spot to drink and have some very nice ceviches in town!
This is a historical place, born in 1950! Traditional, great seafood with simple environment and good price. At the end of all we must have the traditional "prego"! Go prepared for the waiting line!
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Ramiro
nº1 - H Av. Alm. Reis
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This is a historical place, born in 1950! Traditional, great seafood with simple environment and good price. At the end of all we must have the traditional "prego"! Go prepared for the waiting line!
Amazing ice creams, always choose with Natas! If they still have it!
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Nannarella
64 R. Nova da Piedade
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Amazing ice creams, always choose with Natas! If they still have it!
Very nice bar, good outside and great inside, with good music, drinks and finger foods!
Tapas Bar 52
52 R. Dom Pedro V
Very nice bar, good outside and great inside, with good music, drinks and finger foods!
Hidden at Chiado this is a great place to Drink a good wine and have some tapas. Great decoration and environment.
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BytheWine
41 Rua das Flores
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Hidden at Chiado this is a great place to Drink a good wine and have some tapas. Great decoration and environment.
Bairros
Cool neighborhood. Great to be visit at the start of the evening and walk along its main street "R. Dom Pedro V" and choose one of the very nice bars and restaurants on the way! Walk up Chiado and you get at this fancy Lisbon neighborhood that starts with a great view from the Jardim São Pedro de Alcântara. Keep walking Dom Pedro V st.. A lot of cool bars, restaurants and a nice Garden (Jardim do Principe Real) and the Botanic Garden.
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Príncipe Real
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Cool neighborhood. Great to be visit at the start of the evening and walk along its main street "R. Dom Pedro V" and choose one of the very nice bars and restaurants on the way! Walk up Chiado and you get at this fancy Lisbon neighborhood that starts with a great view from the Jardim São Pedro de Alcântara. Keep walking Dom Pedro V st.. A lot of cool bars, restaurants and a nice Garden (Jardim do Principe Real) and the Botanic Garden.
Gluten Free
It's a “healthy pastry”. And what is it anyway? It is a patisserie suitable for celiacs, where everything (breads, truffles, slices of cake...) is gluten free (it is certified by the Portuguese Association of Celiacs). The healthy ingredients they use are all arranged on shelves and are also sold in bulk. At weekends, there are two brunch options: one with homemade bread and two side dishes, scrambled eggs (organic), muffin, drink and coffee (€8.50), another with crepe or savory crepe, bowl of yogurt , truffle, drink and coffee (10.50€).
Despensa N.6
It's a “healthy pastry”. And what is it anyway? It is a patisserie suitable for celiacs, where everything (breads, truffles, slices of cake...) is gluten free (it is certified by the Portuguese Association of Celiacs). The healthy ingredients they use are all arranged on shelves and are also sold in bulk. At weekends, there are two brunch options: one with homemade bread and two side dishes, scrambled eggs (organic), muffin, drink and coffee (€8.50), another with crepe or savory crepe, bowl of yogurt , truffle, drink and coffee (10.50€).
The base is, as the name implies, rice. And cereal is the company's star for much of the letter. But it's not alone, as the pasta – rice, of course – also occupies its space, and it's taken in combinations with shrimp, cuttlefish, chicken or beef steaks. Among the options, vegan and vegetarian included, the vegan burger (€10.80), made with brown rice, quinoa and rosemary, and the vegan noodles (€9.80) with orange sauce are sure bets.
Rice Me
18 Rua Carlos Testa
The base is, as the name implies, rice. And cereal is the company's star for much of the letter. But it's not alone, as the pasta – rice, of course – also occupies its space, and it's taken in combinations with shrimp, cuttlefish, chicken or beef steaks. Among the options, vegan and vegetarian included, the vegan burger (€10.80), made with brown rice, quinoa and rosemary, and the vegan noodles (€9.80) with orange sauce are sure bets.
The main purpose, they say, "is to include everyone around the table, even those who have some dietary restrictions", and it is with this premise in mind that The Food For Real is bringing vegan, vegetarian options – or not – and , most importantly, gluten free. The house was born in Alcântara but has a second, larger space in Entrecampos. Healthy products and respect for seasonality are constant.
The Food for Real Entrecampos
4B Praça Carlos Fabião
The main purpose, they say, "is to include everyone around the table, even those who have some dietary restrictions", and it is with this premise in mind that The Food For Real is bringing vegan, vegetarian options – or not – and , most importantly, gluten free. The house was born in Alcântara but has a second, larger space in Entrecampos. Healthy products and respect for seasonality are constant.
Pastelaria Zarzuela was born 48 years ago in the riverside area of ​​Lisbon. With its own traditional recipe and preparation, it daily unveils the most unmistakable flavors for all who want to enter its doors. But recently he dedicated himself to the production of gluten-free, lactose-free, sugar-free and light products. With APC/Biotrab certification, it also stands out for having proposals for celiacs with diabetes.
Zarzuela
21-23 Rua Bernardino Costa
Pastelaria Zarzuela was born 48 years ago in the riverside area of ​​Lisbon. With its own traditional recipe and preparation, it daily unveils the most unmistakable flavors for all who want to enter its doors. But recently he dedicated himself to the production of gluten-free, lactose-free, sugar-free and light products. With APC/Biotrab certification, it also stands out for having proposals for celiacs with diabetes.
The history of La Trattoria in Lisbon is old. What was the first Italian restaurant in the capital opened on April 25, 1974, but before that, still in Madrid, it was already synonymous with a meeting point for personalities such as Hemingway, Ava Gardner, or Luís Miguel Dominguin. Since then, the space has been in the hands of the same family, but it has undergone adaptations. The letter is a reflection of that, with completely gluten-free options, which earned him the certification seal of the Portuguese Association of Celiacs.
La Trattoria
79 Rua da Artilharia 1
The history of La Trattoria in Lisbon is old. What was the first Italian restaurant in the capital opened on April 25, 1974, but before that, still in Madrid, it was already synonymous with a meeting point for personalities such as Hemingway, Ava Gardner, or Luís Miguel Dominguin. Since then, the space has been in the hands of the same family, but it has undergone adaptations. The letter is a reflection of that, with completely gluten-free options, which earned him the certification seal of the Portuguese Association of Celiacs.
There are 18 more stores in Lisbon, but this one is the biggest. There are 350 square meters of organic fruits and vegetables, which is joined by a restaurant with the same philosophy in which vegetarian burgers are kings. O Celeiro is the classic of organic stores and is assumed as a large surface that took the organic throughout the city, between shopping center and street stores. It is also one of the brands certified by the Portuguese Celiac Association.
Celeiro Republica
83C Av. da República
There are 18 more stores in Lisbon, but this one is the biggest. There are 350 square meters of organic fruits and vegetables, which is joined by a restaurant with the same philosophy in which vegetarian burgers are kings. O Celeiro is the classic of organic stores and is assumed as a large surface that took the organic throughout the city, between shopping center and street stores. It is also one of the brands certified by the Portuguese Celiac Association.