In the same building as the Pharmacy Museum, the owners of Pharmacia went long on their theme. The walls here are lined with medicine cabinets, each filled with antique pill bottles, vials, and boxes of medication. The food (a classically Portuguese menu) is perfectly good, but we really come here for the cocktails, named for prescriptions (Ibuprofen, Morphine, LSD) and served in beakers. Anything on ice is brought to the table in a first-aid-kit-turned-ice-bucket, and water is served in an Erlenmeyer flask. Ask for a seat on patio, which is flanked by old, pastel-pink buildings and looks out over the water.