It’s Mediterranean. It’s Portuguese. And, it’s sushi! Three favorite cuisines of Portugal under one roof. Flow Restaurant & Bar in the baixa (downtown) of Porto is where gourmet, art and social moments flow together into a complete dining experience. Flow is open for lunch and dinner...
Fans of José Avillez in northern Portugal have very good reason to celebrate! The superstar chef, with no less than five restaurants in the trendy Chiado neighborhood of Lisbon, has opened his first location in Porto. Cantinho do Avillez-Porto...
Two titans of their respective industries join together to create what is sure to be an instant classic in the world of Portuguese cuisine. Pritzker prize-winning architect Álvaro Siza Vieira is responsible for design, and superstar celebrity chef Rui Paula crafts the menu.
LSD? Sure, why not? It’s the modern, European restaurant and daytime café located at #78 Largo de São Domingo in Porto. LSD is open for lunch with a menu of sandwiches and light dishes, such as roast beef and smoked salmon.
"Too much of anything is bad, but too much champagne is just right!" If you agree with this sentiment by American humorist Mark Twain, then you need to step into the Champanheria da Baixa Bistro on Rua Sá da Bandeira at the Palacio do Comércio in Porto.
Memorial is a hip new restaurant, in the Paço da Boa Nova neighborhood of Leça da Pameira near Porto, promising sabores que inspiram memórias (or flavors that inspire memories). Every element of the restaurant, from decor to menu, evokes fond memories of good times shared with friends and family over delicious food. It’s a modern experience built on the comfort of times past.
A new entertainment venue has hit Porto. Gull is a triple treat consisting of a restaurant, bar and al fresco terrace. With its location alongside the Douro River at Cais das Pedras, Nº 15 (in the space formerly known as Bazaar disco), Gull offers a relaxing escape from crazy Porto urban life.
Cafeína is in the Foz area of Porto, just a block away from the beach. It sits on a corner, in a renovated turn of the 20th century building. It is covered by geometric black and yellow tiles, which have become somewhat of a trademark for the Cafeína brand.