1 Av. Almirante Reis, Alfama
Known for serving some of the best seafood in Lisbon, the brightly lit Cervejaria Ramiro is always bustling with foodies—local and foreign alike—clamoring to try the restaurant's famous clams in garlic sauce, grilled giant tiger shrimp, and percebes (goose barnacles), among a host of other amazing options. While it may seem like you won't have room to try anything but the seafood, save some for their prego, a Portuguese steak sandwich—it's said to be the best in the city. Note: unsurprisingly, this place is pretty popular, so if you want to avoid the line (it's first-come, first-served), it's best to try for an early dinner.
Clube de Fado
86–94 Rua S. João Praça, Alfama
This is a wonderful, aptly named late-night spot where you can get your dose of Fado; it's the kind of comfortable local place where you can end a night with a good meal, a gorgeous set of songs, and a glass of brandy.
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