Late on weekend nights, behind a closed door on the quiet streets of the Lisbon’s Príncipe Real district….there’s a party going on! You’d never know it by walking down Rua da Imprensa Nacional. But if you stop in front of #46 and ring the door bell, you’ll be invited in to the funky, cool and festive space that is the Brownie Bar.
Don’t let the austere, peaceful Príncipe Real neighborhood fool you. The energy at Brownie Bar rivals any popular nightspot in Lisbon’s crazy Bairro Alto, Chiado, Alfama and Santos areas. Sure, the front door is closed…..but only to keep the neighbors happy and sweet celebration contained inside.
Alexandra Santos Silva opened the doors to Brownie Bar 2010. The space is simple, decorated in retro modern furniture, yet ideal for conversations, cocktails and dancing. Funk, disco, techno and house are the tracks you’ll be hearing from house DJs André Cascais, Kaesar and João Maria. Guest DJs and themed parties are scheduled throughout the month.
Another great thing about Brownie Bar: it’s crisis-friendly. Imperials (beers) start at €2.00, and it will hard to find anything over €6.00. Not bad for a hot bar in one of Europe’s trendiest cities.
Check out the Brownie Bar Facebook Page for schedule of DJs and events.
Rua da Imprensa Nacional, 46
Phone: +351 966 720 101
Fridays, Saturdays & Holiday Eves – 23:00 to 04:00