Igreja de São Domingos
It’s a miracle that the enigmatic Igreja de São Domingos still stands, having barely survived the 1755 earthquake, then fire in 1959. A...
Ginjinha Sem Rival
Casa do Alentejo
Hidden behind a plain facade, the Casa do Alentejo has a magnificent Moorish-style interior; head upstairs to a series of tile-filled...
Lonely Planet review
Since opening in the 1930s, this wood-panelled beer hall (named after the patron saint of brewing) has been serving the best seafood in Lisbon. Book ahead to savour delicacies like steamed clams and shellfish bisque, rounded out with vintage port. Service is discreet, the crowd dressy.