Tejo Bar

A hidden music nook with a stiff cover but cheap drinks.

Rua do Crucifixo, 58
+351 919 953 961, website
Mon – Sat, 22h – 2h; Sun, closed

Knock on the red hobbit-sized door to get in this small dive in Alfama that features live bands and half-naked mannequins on the walls. It’s a nice place to sit and listen to some world music live in a living room atmosphere, hidden away from the crowds. This has a family-establishment feel to it, so it’s best for more intimate crowds, not so much a place to bring a group of friends to get rowdy. Since the sign is so tiny, mostly locals go there, so it’s a good way to make new friends and practice your Portuguese.

Tejo Bar Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato


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