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For the past 30 years, Incognito has given Lisbon locals a place to dance to a soundtrack fueled by indie rock and synthpop. It’s open from Thursday through Saturday and located down a narrow street in São Bento—use the 28 Tram rails on Rua dos Poiais as your guide, and eventually, you’ll spot a crowd waiting outside. Inside, you’ll find an ‘80s vibe and a grand chandelier made from over a dozen disco balls reflecting light throughout the entire space. And no matter where you are inside this three-floor bar, you’ll have a view of the basement dance floor. It gets sweaty inside, so dress accordingly.

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