Probably one of the most popular spots in Lisbon and for a reason. This rooftop bar is based on the top of a parking lot in central Lisbon.
If I have to choose one favourite, Casa Independente will be it! It is not that known among tourist and you’ll see many locals hanging around. It has a great garden and also a room to go dancing.
My favourite craft beer spot in Lisbon, with around 15 beers on tap, changing daily. Even better, they always have a great mix between international and Portuguese beers on tap.
A little bit hidden, but a real pearl in the city centre of Lisbon. Enjoy a nice Vino Verde (Green wine) and enjoy the sunset on the terrace.
An old brothel in Cais de Sodre, which is now a burlesque style bar. Pensao Amor is the perfect place to enjoy a cockail or a glass of wine and listen to some live jazz music.
Ready for a very random bar? Pavilhao Chines is famous because if its interior, which makes it worth the visit. Even though it my favourite bar when it comes to atmosphere, but the weirdness of it makes it worth a visit.
Majong is my favourite bar in Barrio Alto. Since Barrio Alto is the bar street, it is always very busy on the streets and there are loads of places around to get a beer – and finish it on the street. If you however prefer a nice glass of wine in dimmed light, this the place to go.
The second rooftop bar called Topo on the list. You can find this bar next to the Martim Moniz square and is perfect to combine with a drink at Casa Independente (the number 2 of this list).
The first thing that is amazing about this bar, is the fact that the name is written on the pavement, with tiles. A vintage style bar, with great cocktails.
A Ginjinha is a small shop where you can buy the famous Lisbon cherry liquor – which is exactly the reason why it should be on the list. Order your drink in the shop and drink it in front of the shop, like everyone does.