Casa da India
One for the girls, this unsigned Bairro Alto spot draws a Lesbian and mixed crowd, with DJ nights and a small dance floor. No cover.
Antigo Primeiro de Maio
Always packed with regulars, this small but festive tasca (tavern) serves excellent traditional Portuguese dishes, amid tiled walls, a...
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Lonely Planet review
Despite the name, this is a traditional joint with a Portuguese menu. It's a local haunt with a buzzing, if downmarket, atmosphere (the green and beige tiles aren't winning any design awards) and a grillmaster in front who whips up tasty grilled meats and seafood; the chocos (cuttlefish) are excellent.