Avenida da Liberdade
Gambrinus is an iconic Portuguese restaurant that’s been open since 1936.
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Selllva serves breakfast all day on Avenida da Liberdade.
Eat scarlet shrimp at Essencial, a buzzy restaurant in Bairro Alto.
Sem Palavras is a traditional beer house with quick service and tables that are practically on top of each other.
São Sebastião da Pedreira
Praia no Parque is where you should celebrate something momentous under a giant giraffe in São Sebastião da Pedreira.
You’ll find a lot of tourists at Taberna da Rua das Flores in Chiado, but the food is worth lining up for.
Arrive early at O Velho Eurico in Mouraria to snag a seat and eat piglet pastry.
Belcanto serves three different fine dining menus in an old monastery in Baixa.
Tasca Pete is a cozy spot in Graça where you should drink natural wine and share small plates.
Prado is a seasonal farm-to-table restaurant in Mouraria that’s equally great for a date or dining solo.
Cais do Sodré
Come to Tricky’s represents the new international Lisbon, and it’s perfect for a casual dinner before heading out to the bars in Cais do Sodré.
Eating at Último Porto is like having a biq barbecue in the middle of the docks in Alcântara.
You will wait in line at Cervejaria Ramiro in Intendente, but it will be worth it.
Make sure you try the famous steak at this spot on Rua de São Bento.
Head to Misc by Tartar-ia to eat tartare and meet Pizza, the owner's dog, in Cais do Sodré.
Bairro means “neighborhood” in Portuguese, and this huge space that houses four different restaurants is chef Jose Avillez’s take on that.
O Maravilhas is a traditional Portuguese spot in Alcântara.
At JNcQUOI Avenida, you can eat Alaskan king crab in a lavishly descorated dining room on Avenida da Liberdade.
Tico Tico is a traditional beer, meat, and seafood restaurant in Alvalade.
Marquês de Pombal
Cura is a fine dining restaurant inside the Four Seasons with excellent seafood.
The menu at Boi Cavalo in Alfama is short, sweet, and seasonal, but definitely order the pink prawns if they're available.
SEM is a restaurant and wine bar in Alfama with a seasonally changing menu.
Pap’Açorda is a Portugese spot on the top floor of Time Out Market in Cais do Sodré.
Bistro 100 Maneiras is an easy, cool spot for dinner in Lisbon's Baixa neighborhood.
The menu at A Taberna do Mar in Graça mixes Japanese and Portuguese cuisines. Try the grilled sardine nigiri.