Like any metropolis, Lisbon is always changing — it’s a fact of life. This is our tribute to the many wonderful venues that haven’t survived the changes.
RIP Aquele Lugar em Alcântara
December 18, 2016
Typical Portuguese with a twist. One of the best restaurants in the city
RIP Vinho sem Princípio
July 28, 2016
Check your principles at the door. You won’t need them here.
May 20, 2016
Snobby wine selection done right in a comfortable living room setting.
Vertigo Café – RIP
February 27, 2016
Elegant tea and wine at affordable prices
Adeus Palmeira: The pleasure was ours.
December 23, 2015
Palmeira, a Lisbon staple since 1954, closed its doors yesterday for the final time. Photos and story by Jess R. Hoje fecha as portas o Palmeira, um dos mais icónicos restaurantes históricos de Lisboa. A notícia correu célere entre a legião de clientes habituais, e nos últimos dias passaram por lá verdadeiras romarias de despedida. […]
RIP – Talk, Play a Board Game, Chill…
September 24, 2015
Wanli € Calçada do Marquês de Abrantes, 82, Madragoa 216 031 562 UPDATE June 2018: This place is under renovation and who knows what will come… For a glass of wine (or a selection from their well-hidden full bar at the back), this is a comfy little hole-in-the-wall in Madragoa with living room-style seating surrounded by […]
Fyodor Books Meets the Press
July 15, 2015
Fyodor books opened two years ago in a 13-sq-m closet-like space on Calçada Nova de São Francisco. The original concept was simple: make books accessible to everyone, with a browse-at-will approach and a low cost. The simplicity of their 3€ per book (or two for 5€) is what initially drew Atlas in there, but it was […]