1. A Cevicheria
Many say it is the new place to be. Opened by chef Kiko Martins, its’ interior design (by studio Antonio Martins) is eye-catching, with an octopus designed by Joao Parrinha hanging down the ceiling, and doors inspired by Escher’s designs.
Not only a cool space to work and enjoy coffee, but it also hosts various exhibitions with work from emerging artists.
Surrounded by copies of Caravaggio and Velazquez, mixed with the modern furniture design, this restaurant is not only located in one of the streets that is home to fashion’s most iconic names, but it also offers the cuisine of renown chef Manuel Lino. Designed by Ricardo Tralhão.
4. O Asiatico
Another restaurant result of the synergy Antonio and Kiko Martins.
A boutique hotel, just 20 minutes outside of Lisbon, with a mixture of eco and luxurious design. Each room hosts a different design and the restaurant too is exquisitely elegant, with clear-cut lines and a calm feel.
Designed by Ana Anahory and Felipa Almeida, the restaurant’s chef is the famous José Avillez.
Located in the Tivoli Theatre building (designed by architect Raul Lino), it is a three-floor space designed by Lázaro Rosa-Violán. It is house to a restaurant (with dishes signed by chef Antonio Boia), a deli market, La Durée, Assouline’s boutique, and men’s fashion store The Fashion Clinic.
Ready to lose yourself in this oasis with Indian vibes?
Designed and owned by Tânia Martins, she created this pharmacy-looking restaurant with chef Susana Felicidade.
9. Eka Palace
A cool place with several rooms and a terrace, it allows artists to exhibit their work — from paintings, to performance arts and music.
10. LX Factory
If you’re interested in art, you must visit LX Factory. A small city with galleries, restaurants, exhibitions and anything that is related to all forms of art. Want to dine here too? Then visit Rio Maravilha‘s terrace or Cafe na Fabrica.