The Best Truly Local Coffee & Tea Shops in Lisbon

No matter whether you’re a coffee or tea person, Lisbon and its caffeine/theine outlets have you covered. Our locals know the best cafes and tea rooms to relax and recharge, get productive or enjoy your free time with your favorite beverage… or you may discover local preparations and completely different new drinks. Multinational chains can’t hold a candle next to our locals’ favourite coffee shops. Check them out!

A Carioca – Coffee shop est. 1936

A Carioca – Coffee shop est. 1936

Image by Nuno Lopes de Paula

“A Carioca” Lisbon is a small traditional coffee & tea shop located at Bairro Alto, open since 1936. I love its Art Deco interior!

Full Article by Nuno Lopes de Paula

Alcôa Chiado – You will not be able to eat just one

Alcôa Chiado – You will not be able to eat just one

Image by Sandra Lopes

“Alcôa Chiado” in Lisbon is a renowned pastry shop from Alcobaça. I first went to that city just to try their sweets, so you can tell they’re special…

Full Article by Sandra Lopes

Amélia Lisboa – Instagrammable brunches

Amélia Lisboa – Instagrammable brunches

Image by Sandra Almeida Lopes

“Amélia Lisboa” is one of those odd cases where everyone’s talking about it and you think it might be overhyped, but it’s not! I love their healthy brunch.

Full Article by Raquel Dias

Amoreiras Garden – Lisbon’s bourgeois garden

Amoreiras Garden – Lisbon’s bourgeois garden

Image by Amoreiras Garden Lisbon (By: Fabian Bodinaud)

“Amoreiras Garden” is one of the most romantic gardens in Lisbon if you ask me. Not all too big, but not all good things in life must come in large sizes!

Full Article by Cláudio Carneiro

Artisani homemade ice-cream – Frozen and delicious

Artisani homemade ice-cream – Frozen and delicious

Image by Claudio Carneiro

“Artisani Homemade Ice-cream” Lisbon makes ice cream ‘all-Portuguese’: they only use ‘vigor’ milk & ‘luso’ water. They have unusual but delicious flavors!

Full Article by Cláudio Carneiro

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