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Countertop Dining Restaurants: The 28 Best Counters in Lisbon

Today, the concept of counter dining has undergone a remarkable transformation. It transcended its humble origins and became an exquisite experience in various parts...

Where to Eat on New Year’s Eve in Lisbon?

Due to the great weather - although it can rain frequently, it’s still pretty warm - Lisbon is an excellent destination for anyone planning...

Where to Eat in Lisbon on Christmas Day

Finding a restaurant that is open on Christmas Day in Lisbon is not as challenging as you think.  If you don’t feel like preparing...

8 Portuguese cheeses to taste on your next visit

Portuguese cheeses are well-known worldwide for their unique flavors and aromas. Luckily, if you're a cheese lover planning a visit to Portugal, you will...

7 Portuguese Drinks: From Ginjinha to Port Wine

When we think of a Portuguese dish, a lot of us can't help but think of what wine to pair it with. However, Portugal...

From Pastel de Nata to Bacalhau: A Food Lover’s Guide to Portuguese Cuisine

Portuguese cuisine has a history that dates back to the 15th century, when Portugal was a major maritime power and played a significant role...

Local Eats in Porto: 7 Must-Try Restaurants for Traditional Cuisine

Porto is one of the most beloved cities in the world. Tourism is booming and people everywhere are hearing about this beautiful city. Porto...

10 Best Portuguese Foods and Dishes

Many visit Portugal for one reason alone - the cuisine. The country is known for traditional Portuguese food and dishes that have a degree...

7 Interesting Facts About Sardines in Portugal

To most, sardines are nutritious oily fish that are filled with omega-3 fatty acids. To the Portuguese, they are so much more. A cultural...

The Story Behind Porto’s Francesinha

What is francesinha? A francesinha is a Porto staple. Its original inspiration was allegedly not Portuguese, but we will get to that momentarily. But first,...

6 Best Portuguese Restaurants in New York City

Thousands of Portuguese immigrants and Portuguese-Americans call New York City their home. Whether you haven't been back in Portugal for decades or travel every...

9 Best Sushi Restaurants in Lisbon

Portugal is known for its traditional cuisine, from the iconic bitoque steak to the 1001 ways of cooking codfish. However, in the last decade,...

Pastel de Nata: The Portuguese Custard Tart

The pastel de nata is a Portuguese staple. The combination of caramelized custard, puff pastry, and cinnamon sprinkles has hooked many for life. Whether...

Ginjinha

Undoubtedly one of the most famous Portuguese liquors, known and loved all over Portugal, Ginjinha is starting to gain international notoriety. Ginjinha or just...

Távora-Varosa Wines

The wine region of Távora-Varosa is a very peculiar region in Portugal, being the first demarcated region of sparkling wine.This very interesting region is...

Trás-os-Montes Wine

On the interior of the North of Portugal stands a beautiful region that is still very unknown outside of the country. It’s Trás-os-Montes, its...

23 Best Restaurants in Porto

Porto is one of our top favorite cities in Europe to visit - and eat in. The home town of francesinhas and port wine...

Setúbal Wine

In the amazing Setúbal and Tróia peninsula, sits a wine region that has a long history and importance to Portugal and has been getting...

Azores Wine

Standing alone in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, it’s one of Portugal’s least known wine regions, the Azores Archipelago. The region is 1.600...

Bairrada Wine

Bairrada is a Portuguese wine region in the province of Beira Litoral in the center region of the country. It stretches between the cities...

Tejo Wine

In the heart of Portugal, just a short drive from Lisbon stands a region that is linked to wine production since time can tell....

25 Best Restaurants in Lisbon

Lisbon's food scene is some of the best in Europe. Meat eaters and vegans alike can enjoy the culinary experience that the capital of...

Dão Wine

Inside the mountainous region in the Center of Portugal, usually between 400 and 700 meters high, sits the Dão Wine Region. The region is...

Lisbon Wine

Probably when you think of the beautiful Portuguese capital, you would think of the wine country. But yes, Lisbon indeed has its own wine...

Algarve Wine

Did you know that the southernmost region of Portugal, besides having wonderful beaches, weather, golf courses, and landscapes, is also part of the Portuguese...

13 Best Restaurants in Madeira

From limpets to meat skewers, Madeira's diverse gastronomy is a staple of Portugal's cultural heritage. While the archipelago is mostly known for its summer...

Port Wine

The famous wine that enchanted the world (especially the British) is here to enchant YOU! This sweet (but strong) wine is perfect for the...

Douro Wine

The Douro Wine Region is located surrounding the Douro River, passing through the regions of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro.The region is a very mountainous...

Alentejo Wine

Alentejo is a Portuguese region situated on the South of the Tagus River and North of the Algarve region, the far-south of the country....

Madeira Wine

Imagine yourself time traveling July 4, 1776, to Independence Hall, in Pennsylvania. The Second Continental Congress ends with the signing of the United States’...
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