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Lisbon, Portugal

Let’ have a look at the kitchen!

In addition to the Coffee house and the pastry service, Café Pastelaria Benard established in 1868 also works as a restaurant. The lunch and dinner menu includes typical Portuguese cuisine…
"Portuguese Historic Cafés Association"

Update: 38 Historic Cafés of Portugal joined HCR

Historic Cafes Route welcomes the “Rota dos Cafés com História de Portugal”, the Portuguese Historic Cafés Association (est 2014) counting 38 (in total) emblematic Cafés. Vitor de Sá Marques, President of…
Lisbon, Portugal

A Brasileira do Chiado (est. 1905)

The Café A Brasileira, ("The Brazilian Lady Café") is a café at 120 Rua Garrett (at one end of the Largo do Chiado in the district of the same name), in the civil parish of Sacramento, near the Baixa-Chiado metro stop and close to the University. Over time the space became the meeting point for intellectuals,…
Braga, Portugal

Café A Brasileira (est. 1907)

The Café A Brasileira (The Brazilian Cafe) is a café situated along the Largo Barão de São Martinho, in the civil parish of Braga, in the historic Portuguese municipality of the same name. The Café first opened on 17 March 1907, a franchise of the already existing Cafés named the Brazilian by Adolpho de Azevedo,…
Lisbon, Portugal

Café Martinho da Arcada (est. 1782)

The Historic Café Martinho da Arcada is a Myth in the history of Lisbon. It is linked to the Portuguese arts and letters, as it was the favorite place of famous writers and intellectuals, such as Afonso Costa, Manuel da Arriaga, Bernandino Machado, and Antonio Borges. However, the Martinho da Arcada is worldwide famous…
Lisbon, Portugal

Café Nicola (est. 1929)

Café Nicola is a symbol of the history of Lisbon. It’s a Café full of history, tradition, and culture. It was, and still is one of the preferable meeting places of Lisbon’s intellectual elite, like the poet Bocage, who was a habitué and now has a statue as a reminder. In existence since 1929, with…
Braga, Portugal

Café Vianna (est. 1871)

Café Vianna is one of the most emblematic Portugese Cafes. It is located in the Arcada building in the Praca da Republica and opened in 1871. The meeting point of the City was – and still is- Café Vianna. Lots of people of the letters and the arts are regulars at the Café. Also, students…
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