A Weekend Guide to Lisbon: Food, Drink and the Best Hostel

A Weekend Guide to Lisbon: Food, Drink and the Best Hostel, Lisbon, Portugal (B)

The secret’s out! After my last post, we all now know how I fell head-over-heels in love with dear old Lisbon. And of course, true to Casiedilla character…a lot of that love is thanks to THE FOOD. Yea. Girl’s gotta eat! And in Lisbon, eat you will. And drink! After a weekend jam packed with hungry research, here are the best of the best food & drink places I dug up in Lisbon, including the best F* hostel in the city! Oh…and the best crab I’ve ever had IN MY LIFE.

It’s tucked away on a little skinny cobblestone street corner in Bairro Alto, with a tiny sign out the door to signal you’ve found it. If you didn’t already know about the place, the only way you’d notice it is by the smell. And baby, lemme tell ya’…you will smell it! As all the yummiest places come to me, I found this hidden gem by talking to a Lisbonian-local. The place is packed with dedicated food-lovin’ locals who have been eating there their whole lives. And the most charming part of it all? It’s a family run place, which has been a neighborhood staple for local artists for years! Since its opening, artists have donated their works of art to the restaurant as a form of gratitude. Hence, all the artistic chatckies covering every inch of the walls. Talk about getting a taste of local flava’! This is the perfect place to try authentic Portuguese staples, like Bacalhau á Brás, a fab glass of wine, and some bangin’ Portuguese quejo or goat cheese. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: A Weekend Guide to Lisbon: Food, Drink and the Best Hostel
Guide Location: Portugal » Lisbon
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Casie Tennin
Read it on Author's Website: http://awanderingcasiedilla.com/2016/03/16/lisbon-food-drink-guide
Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Bota Alta
  • Ramiro
  • Pastéis de Belem
  • Confeitaria Nacional
  • Cafetaria S. Nicolau
  • Navegadoors
  • Park Bar
  • We Love F* Tourists

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