Ladidadi is both an artisanal wine shop and a vintage record shop, opened one year ago in what used to be one of Lisbon’s roughest neighborhoods.
And, while many in Intendente still struggle, even more so now that there’s a pandemic, and will likely never know what artisanal wine really is, Ladidai seems to have survived the lockdown unscathed, and now they want to celebrate.
Here’s what they say:
“We invite you to join us on the 1st of August for some safe and socially distanced fun…
During the lockdown, we have been installing a new high-quality sound system with the help of our lovely friends who contributed to our Kickstarter campaign, so thanks to them, we can enjoy some liquid gold for the ears at the Ladidadi HQ.
Food brought to you by Heather Mawhinney of Milk e Mel (more to come on this exciting collaboration that will be a more regular feature at the shop)
Pedro and his family of record diggers will be on the decks
Wines are of course curated from our ever growing cellar, including some brand new juicy summer exclusives
Join us to taste, to eat, chat, and to listen to the sounds of LADIDADI.
We back, baby!
Save the date and watch this space for more information.”
FREE ENTRY (we think).