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Eating Out in Portugal

For some low-budget high-value meals, check out the inexpensive churrasicarias, tascas, or seafood restaurants called "marisqueiras". Reservations are not needed, but at the more exclusive restaurants, tables may not always be available. Also, pre-service appetizers and snacks are almost never on the house – so before you pop that olive into your mouth, remember you’re paying for it all the way…

For a different experience, venture into one of the adegas tipicas or wine cellars scattered all over the nation. This is like the best of Portugal rolled into one – great local cuisine, brilliant porto wine, accompanied by haunting music and an authentic atmosphere.

To choose among Lisbon’s many nightlife and cultural offerings, pick up your free Agenda Cultural booklet from the tourist office. You will find a goldmine of opera, theatre and musical happenings in Lisbon.

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