One of many open-sided cafe-restaurants along the beach, Da Wave has a laid-back, seaside-diner vibe with its beanbag chairs, loungers and reggae playing overhead. American-style breakfasts, sandwiches, pizzas and j…
Oozing rustic charm, this savvy Portuguese-fusion gastropub is a pleasant escape from beach-bum Babylon. The select menu ranges from classics (bitoque à portuguesa) to modern takes on pork cheeks and a lovely stewy …
This is the best of Costa de Caparica's seaside pavilion restaurants, and open year-round. Sentido do Mar draws locals for fresh, creative sushi and fresh fish preparations and a slightly classier atmosphere.
Opened in 1974 just after the military dictatorship, this nostalgic burger bar was Portugal's first. Nothing gourmet here; just beef or turkey burgers with all the fixings.
Pasta (more so than pizza) and great service draw hungry locals to this unassuming Italian joint at Residencial Mar e Sol. A 2016 facelift gave it a much-needed makeover.
Cheap and quick, belly up to the counter and take a turn on Portuguese-style tapas. Make sure to use the restroom before you go – they've caused quite a stir in town!
This cafe on the main drag serves merendeiras (wood-fired oven-baked sandwiches with chorizo, beef or cod), and filling daily soups and desserts.