GRAÇA - What to do

From the restaurants to the bars, this neighborhood has a special charm. It is one of the places to be in the city and drink glasses until it is time to go elsewhere, and where you can enjoy one of the restaurants on the hill. Claim yourself the best of the tables, the craft beer and the nightlife destinations of Graça and follow our list filled with the best this neighborhood saves.


Frango com Graça

The space is small, without pretensions to restaurant or in becoming a large chain, although there are plans to open more shops. In the background there is a high table with benches to drink a glass of wine or a beer from Oitava Colina – the brewer who also has a kiosk in Largo da Graça and also made a partnership with these new neighbors.
Address: Rua de Sapadores 117A, Lisbon
Opening Hours: Tue-Sun 11:30-14:30 / 18:00-22:00

Janela da Voz

The collective Voz do Operário received a very unstable space, to take advantage of the large window of the building with a mural of Mariana, Miserable on one of the walls, thinking of the concept of collectivity – everyone pulling the same side. Creative dishes are served at the table and on Saturday a brunch is served until 16:00 with scrambled eggs with roasted bacon and, among other things, special tired horse soups: orange cake and hot wine.
Address: Rua da Voz do Operário 13, Lisbon
Opening Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30-21:00; Sat 8:30-19:00; Sun 10:00-19:00
Transportation: BUS 734, 28E


Santa Clara dos Cogumelos

Luigi Pintarelli, the Italian responsible for this sanctuary, is a patron saint of the mushrooms of organic and wild mushrooms in the autumn, and has many shapes, colors, sizes and flavors. Have shitake at Bulhão Pato, but also more compound dishes .
Perfect for: Eat mushrooms with mushrooms and do not get sick.
Mandatory to taste: The mushroom ceviche.
Address: Santa Clara Market, 7 – 1st Floor, Campo de Santa Clara, Lisbon
Opening Hours: Tue-Fri and Sun 19:30-23:00, Sat 13:00-15:30 / 19:30-23:00
Price: Up to 30€

Taberna do Mar

One of the most emblematic dishes of modern gastronomic’s Lisbon was invented by the owner of this tiny tavern of Graça. Filipe Rodrigues assumes himself as author of the famous Brazilian sardine nigiri, celebrated in the Sea Me restaurant where he worked. Glutinous rice base, sardine loin on top, oblique surface cuts on the fish toasted tortilla, salt flower – and we have the best roasted fish with the best of sashimi.
Address: Calçada da Graça 20, Lisbon
Opening Hours: Tue-Sat 19:00-00:00
Price: 25€


Hamburgueria do Talho

It was already a butchery, it was also the nice Tasca do Sol, dedicated to snacks, and in 2015 I did not want to stop being part of fashion of neighborhood burgers. At least in one thing this is different: nowhere else in the city do you enter an old cold room to go to the bathroom. The coats are hung on the hooks that once were meant for the meat and the menu, with a new hamburger every month.
Address: Rua do Sol à Graça 71/73, Lisbon
Opening Hours: Mon-Sat 12:00-15:00 / 19:00-23:00

A Li

It is the new space in Grace for breakfasts, lunches and sometimes dinners. Liliana Escalhão, owner of the new bar / association in the Bad Language neighborhood, opened the A Li, a restaurant in Hangar artistic residency space.
Address: Rua Damasceno Monteiro 12, Lisbon
Opening Hours: Tue-Sat 10:00-17:00


Açores na Feira

Inevitable to go through the fish alcatras (for two people) or regional beef (for two people), which stays at least four hours in the oven with onion seasoning and wine of smell. The torresmo de cabinho arrive at the table in a kind of tile, accompanied by meat and rice and smell the cinnamon.
Address: Campo Santa Clara 140, Lisbon
Opening Hours: Mon 17:00-00:00, Tue and Sat 17.00-00.00, Wed-Fri 08.00-00.00, Sun 08.00-17.00
Price: Up to 25€

Cozinha Urbana

The Tom Yum soup that remains one of the most sought after is a Thai specialty with mussels and mushrooms in ginger, chilli, coconut and citronella broth.
Address: Rua Damasceno Monteiro 8 A, Lisbon
Opening Hours: Tue-Sat 12:00-16:00 / 19:00-22:30, Sun 12:00-16:00


Pitéu da Graça

The name says it all. Pitéu is here. From traditional dishes (fried horse mackerel with vegetable rice, for example ) to desserts. It is important to save space for one dessert. The average price does not exceed 20€ per head.
Address: Largo da Graça 95/96, Lisbon
Opening Hours: Mon-Fri 12:00-15:00 / 19:00-22:30; Sat 12:00-15:00

Estaminé- Art & Food Frink

“Art, food and drink.” This is the motto of the small house where there are a little more than eight people and where you can enjoy all this. The pieces (ceramics, photos and postcards) are in sight of everyone. The kitchen is also owned by the owners, Luis and Joice, who are preparing the dishes calmly, as if we were in their house. The mojitos are also highly praised. For 20€ it makes the party for two people.
Address: Calçada do Monte 86 A, Lisbon
Opening Hours: Mon-Fri 14:00-20:00


Le Bar à Crêpes

There are sweet crepes, savory crepes, ice creams and waffles, all large and French, or the owners did not come from Paris, where they ran a salad restaurant. The savory crepes are made from buckwheat flour and have no gluten.
Address: Largo da Graça 18/19, Lisbon
Opening Hours: Mon-Sun 12:00-22:00

Graça 77

It was once a cistern in the twelfth century and a large bakery in the nineteenth century (had dormitories and everything), serving dishes of the day such as vegetarian black bean burgers on shredded cacao cake, spinach soups, vegetable minnows and vegan curd desserts with carrot jam. There are brunches every day with bread baskets, scrambled eggs, natural juices, sweet and sweet toast, vegan pancakes, homemade granola and hot drinks.
Address: Largo da Graça 77, Lisbon
Opening Hours: Mon-Sun 09:00-00:00


Pastelaria Saga

Now, there is everything here. With a year of life, the house is already one of the best places to eat custard cream (pastéis de nata) in Lisbon, at 95 cents each.
Address: Largo da Graça 134 A, Lisbon
Opening Hours: Every day 07:00-22:00
Transportation: BUS 734, Tram 28


The space Damas is responsible for the nocturnal pilgrimage of hundreds of people to the neighborhood that once served only as a dormitory. Late night snacks, craft beer, free concerts, DJ sets that end at four, a tiny bathroom where sometimes two people fit and a crowd on the street. Without a doubt, one of the best places to go out in Lisbon in the evening.
Address: Rua da Voz do Operário 60, Lisbon
Transportation: BUS 734


Associação Cultural Amigos da Feira da Ladra

The headquarters of Amigos da Feira da Ladra Cultural Association officially opened doors to the public in May 2015 in an old establishment of charcoal and wines and with furniture that the members arranged. The space is tight (especially on crowded nights) but for those bands, in the vicinity of Feira da Ladra, you can hardly find a place open until so late. Count on improvised concerts, poetry sessions, fados and sometimes stand-up comedy.
Address: Travessa Condes de Avintes 31, Lisbon
Opening Hours: Mon and Wed-Sat 21:00-04:00

Má Lingua

A place to go for a snack and night out in Graça. Count on a basement with a high ceiling with acoustic concerts, jam sessions, literary sessions and a cycle of cinema. Every Saturday, someone comes to the bar to show off their collection of records.
Address: Rua da Senhora do Monte 1 C, Lisbon
Opening Hours: Mon-Thurs 13:00-01:00, Fri-Sat 13:00-02:00


21 Brewpub Gallas

Gustavo Gallas had been brewing his Gallas beer for some time and romanticizing the idea of opening a bar. When he met Vinicius Praça, a fan of artisanal beer who moved from Rio de Janeiro to Lisbon, it was an ideal time to open the 21 Brewpub Gallas and for Gustavo to put into practice his culinary skills, which he was already testing at the weekends of “hamburgadas” in Brazil. The structure of the gastrobar – where they will soon produce beers in the basement – allows 15 beer taps, but for now they have seven.
Address: Rua Angelina Vidal 53 A, Lisbon
Opening Hours: Sun, Thurs-Sun 16:00-23:00, Fri-Sat 16:00-01:00

Taproom Oitava Colina

It’s a simple thing, with a counter, tall benches, tables (the esplanade comes on the way), bottles of Eighth Hill and ten faucets, mostly with beer from the house but with special guest opening from time to time. It’s food. The menu includes three dogs with Maria Wurst sausages, chicken wings and a low-temperature cooked pork hock sandwich with barbecue sauce.
Address: Rua Damasceno Monteiro 8 A, Lisbon
Opening hours: Sun-Thurs 12:00-23:00, Fri-Sat 12:00-01:00


Quiosque Oitava Colina

The neighborhood’s beer, the Eighth Hill, settled in one of the most charismatic kiosks in the area, which once served as a bathroom for the carris brakes and also became the ticket office for the trams. There are five branded beer faucets and also bottled craft beer.
Address: Largo da Graça, Lisboa
Opening Hours: Tues 12:00-20:00, Wed 15:00-21:00, Thurs 15:00-22:00, Fri 15:00-00:00, Sat 12:00-00:00, Sun 12:00-22:00

Viewpoint of Graça

A place to watch Lisbon that will soon have a tram.
Address: Calçada da Graça, Lisboa