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Tabernáculo

March 19, 2018

Chill spot for a glass of wine and perhaps a little pinball

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Fourteen Faces of LX: A Bartender’s Guide to Sizing Up Clientele

February 15, 2017

With tending a bar comes hard work, heavy lifting, sore legs, sweaty and dirty clothes, and a big risk of your liver suddenly exploding.

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The Unbeatables: The Sueca Players of Lisbon

February 7, 2017

Elias learned to play sueca by watching the games at Jardim da Estrela until he had a feel for it — no one had taught him, he says. The trick to becoming an efficient player lies in observation and bluffing.

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Jogo do Pau: Portuguese Stickfighting



January 4, 2017

What do you get when you cross a 14th-century Portuguese dude? A stick to the face if you aren’t careful. You might want to keep your comments about his mustache to yourself. This unique Portuguese martial art, originally from areas surrounding the Minho river, was used in the violent resolution of disputes between villagers and during tournaments at local fairs. While […]

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Best of Lisboa 2016

December 31, 2016

They say Lisboa has the best food, people, weather, and light, but who, where, and what are the best of the best? After extensive polling and tireless testing, Atlas has completed our 2016 list to help you through what we imagine will be quite an interesting next 365 days. Keep your head up, make and […]

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Gaming in Lisbon: Where to Play

December 16, 2016

Lisbon has its fair share of places to party, but what about places to just…play? We have gathered all the bars, restaurants, and gaming centers we could find and organized them into a handy dandy list (and map!) so you can eat, drink, and satiate even your more competitive cravings. Now get out there, bring your a-game, […]

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Traditional Portuguese Games and How to Play Them

November 3, 2016

Games for Old Dudes: Jogos de Concas Concas doesn’t really have a translation into English, but basically, it means small objects you can throw. In some cases it’s metal plates, in others, it’s wooden balls. The point is, these games should be easy to play with found objects wherever you are. Jogo da MalhaThis game is a lot like the […]

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