Eat close to Casa Vasconcelos?
There is many places in every area of the city yet you might just want to stay close to home so we present you our favorite places. To know what to eat and have extra addresses, visit "What to eat?"
Damas ( Rua Voz do Operario 60 ) is contemporary food served in small portions to share. An old bakery turned into a delicious restaurant and club. Good selection of vegan and vegetarian options too.
Piteu da Graça ( Largo da Graça 95-96 ) is a classic. Bacalhau, porco, dourada, etc are the typical Portuguese dishes. Best make a reservation.
Go to Taberna do Mar ( Calçada da Graça 20 B ) for decent fish.
Price : $$
Breakfast & Brunch
Good adresses nearby are Maria Limao ( Rua da Graça 127 ) and Copenhagen Coffee ( Campo de Santa Clara 136 ). Somewhat further is Quase Café (Rua do Salvador 32 ) and Augusto Lisboa ( Rua Santa M.nha 26 ). But typical Portuguese is to step into a Pastelaria (as the one Bemposta we have downstairs or Pastelaria Santa Clara) and get a coffee and biscuit. Portela is a known local address for good coffee & tea too.
Price : $ + $$
New good kid on the block is L'Ape Boteco Italiano ( Rua da Senhora da Glória 116A ). Don't expect pizza, this is more refined.
Price : $$
You might crave for chocolate .. As Marias com Chocolate ( Campo de Santa Clara 220A ) is the perfect address.
You shouldn't leave Lisbon without having a drink in one of the many kiosks. Clara Clara Café is amongst the most known because of it's surroundings, especially when there is the flea market on Tuesdays and Saturdays.
Gelato Therapy now also opened on Largo da Graça 74
A warm atmosphere at O Botequim ( Largo da Graça 79 ) or just have delicious wine at Vino Vero ( Tv. do Monte 30 ).
Chique with a view
Via Graça ( R. Damasceno Monteiro 9 b ) has it all: good food, excellent wine and an incredible view
Estrela d'Ouro ( Rua da Graça 24) is down to earth 70s tasca next to a nice particular neighborhood with the same name built in 1909 by the famous architect Norte Junior. You will see stars on pavements and houses as part of this Barrio. The current Pingo Doce is in the first cinema that played movies with music in Portugal. In the same style there is O Satelite near the tram stop.
You might want to eat at home. There is nice little stores to do grocery shopping in Tv do Monte: Saga has delicious pastries or try Portela who also has yummy bread, in front there is a traditional butcher, in the street there is Le Joyeux Gourmet for most groceries. Somewhat further on Largo da Graça you'll find a store on number 115 Vita Fruta with fruit and wines. If you need even more, head for Pingo Doce ( Rua da Graça 100 ).