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This laid-back bar occupies a tiny space that’s made to feel more spacious with the liberal use of mirrors on each wall and emerald subway tiling that approximates a wainscoting along the walls and the bar. During the week when it’s a little sleepy in here, set up at one of the bar chairs or one of a few small tables in the front for bar snacks, sandwiches, and a menu that shows the breadth of Portugal’s growing craft beer movement. On Friday and Saturday nights, the space fills up with locals, who you’ll find lingering out in the street when the bar itself gets too crowded.

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