First opened in the late ’60s by Portuguese writer Natália Correia—and then closed after her death—Botequim da Graça re-opened in 2010: a quirky bar/café serving food, wine, and cocktails to locals through the late evening. Portions are hearty, and you can expect items like prago, a baked steak sandwich in cream mustard sauce, on the menu; the space often hosts music and poetry gatherings, so don’t be surprised if you stumble into one in the evening.

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