Alfama Bars & Nightlife
Ginja de Alfama
12 Rua São Pedro, Alfama
Ginja is a kind of Portuguese liqueur made from sour cherries, which you'll be able to taste at this appropriately named bar and café in Alfama, along with some super affordable Portuguese food to soak it up. You can sit outside in the alley if you'd prefer, and the food comes out quickly.
Av. Infante D. Henrique, Armazém A, Cais da Pedra a Sta Apolónia, Alfama
One of Portugal's most popular venues, Lux Frágil has remained a fixture of Lisbon nightlife since opening in 1998. Located near the waterfront, with three distinct but connected areas—a club, a bar, and a rooftop lounge—the interior is a sleek and fashionable setting for weekly events consisting of mostly house, techno, and disco music, presented by an impressive selection of well-known DJs. If you’re not a hardcore dancer, you can stick to the upstairs bar, which is a bit more laid back. Beware: As one of Lisbon’s most famous clubs, the line gets pretty long on the weekends, so it's best to arrive on the earlier side.
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