Who would have thought the Centro Commercial of Martim Moniz could be so much fun? Not sure what we’re talking about? Just look up. You’ll see a prime rooftop bar overlooking the praça and you might hear some fresh beats bumping from above. For an appetizer and a cocktail, this place is a great pit stop. Try the pork belly with wasabi if you’re little hungry and if you’re not porked out their bochechas (pork cheeks) are worth a taste. Take a chance on the lime tart for dessert while you’re at it, because…why not? For after-dinner drinks on a warm evening, you can’t get much better than this. In the colder months, go for a whiskey. Avoid the hotel crowd and hang with the locals.
Vintage, up-cycled, second-hand, or just plain USED: whatever you call not-new clothes, here’s where to find them in Lisbon, from bargain bins to boutiques.