Best Places for a Coffee in Lisbon
Great Coffee and Atmosphere in Lisbon
Your Lisbon Holiday is not just about walking up and down the hills and visiting loads of monuments and museums.
You absolutely have to rest, relax and chill in one of Lisbon's most famous and original cafés, enjoying life passing by while sipping your coffee.
There are cafés for every taste, from the historic downtown cafés with their superb scenarios of marble and tiles to hyper trendy super modern coffee shops to go, see and be seen. There are wonderful outdoor cafés by the river and the ocean, where you can enjoy your coffee and sail your thoughts away in the blue waters, and there are of course your regular nice cafés, no so much about fancy frills and more about delicious fare and coffee.
Café A Brasileira
R. Garrett 122, 1200-273 Lisboa
A Historic Restaurant/Café in Lisbon
The Café A Brasileira is a café in Rua Garrett, near the Baixa-Chiado metro stop. A truly historic place where famous writers, poets and politicians used to meet and exchange views on the country, people, culture and policies. Great food and drinks, tradition and history, and superb scenarios of marble and tiles for your Lisbon photos and posts. Not to mention the bronze statue of Fernando Pessoa, Portugal's most famous poet, outside in the terrace with a chair on the side for Your Ultimate Selfie.
Doca do Bom Sucesso, 1400-038 Lisbon
Telf.: +351 918 620 032
Next to - Altis Belém Hotel & Spa - Great River Views
The menu is varied and made from fresh produce. Snacks, hot dishes, salads, rusks, authentic wines, artisanal beer and natural juices are some of the products that you can enjoy here. But the true plat du jour is the superb river views literally at your feet, making you feel like you want to stay forever. Oh, and don't forget to wish Bon Voyage to the huge cruise ships passing right in front of your nose.
Address: Rua Ferreira Borges, 101, Campo de Ourique, 1350-128 Lisboa
Telf.: +351 21 385 08 63
Schedule: Everyday from 9am to 9pm
Amélia, the girlfriend of Nicolau: the delicacy and elegance of Amélia is only comparable to the irreverence she shows in her wonderful pink styling: the baroness of Campo de Ourique is the centre of attention of her small “county” of Lisbon.
From her art nouveau window, Amélia is wooed time and again, but her heart belongs to Nicolau. If this is true, we don’t know, but we feel her freshness and lightness in the dishes she prepares with lots of love and serves in her pink counter or in the secret garden.
Praça Dom Pedro IV 24-25, 1200-091 Lisboa
A Historic Restaurant/Café in Lisbon
This is one of the most celebrated and historic cafés in Lisbon, and its prime position overlooking Rossio Square also makes it one of the most popular. It also boasts a brewery of its own.
Doca de Santo
Armazém CP – Doca de Santo Amaro
+351 213 963 535
Open every day
from 12 pm to 3 pm and
from 7.30 pm to 12 am
Trams - 18 - 15
Train Station - Alcantara-Mar
Street Parking - Yes Paid But Little
Car Park - Paid
With an exceptional location by the Tagus River, an inviting terrace and an all-hour menu, the emblematic restaurant, which is part of Grupo Capricciosa
Praceta Nuno Ribeiro,
Telf.: +351 21 468 8600
9.30am - 11pm - Winter
9.30am - 12pm - Summer
Open all days,
including Sundays and Holidays.
With a privileged location, the restaurant Opíparo is perfectly located right by the beach, with a structure of glass, great spot for a coffee by the beach, overlooking the sea and the bay of Cascais. The menu is inspired by the traditional Portuguese cuisine, also having international cuisine, always with a sophisticated presentation.
Rua de São Nicolau, 17, Baixa
Telf.: +351 21 886 03 12
Schedule: Everyday from 8:30 am to 8:00 pm
Nicolau Lisboa Café was born in the summer of 2016 in a little corner of Lisbon, offering healthy and really delicious food within a relaxed environment. For those who enjoy breakfast at any time of the day, brunch is always available. The café's name channels a real character, an aristocratic guy called Nicolau, world-travelled, chic and slightly tropical. A man of the world.Rumour has it that Nicholas fell in love with Amelia. And another café popped up. Amelia Lisbon is located in one of the most popular quarters of the city and has a magic patio to make our days happier. This love will bear fruit and many stories to tell. Meanwhile, Nicolau's cousin Basilio came to Lisbon and yet another café was born.
Address: Rua dos Bacalhoeiros, 111
1100 - 068 Lisboa
Telf.: +351 218 863 075
Schedule: Wednesday to Monday: 9:00 am to 6:30 pm On weekends it closes at 8:00 pm.
Meet Basílio, the cousin of Nicolau: a playful and temperamental entrepreneur, a bohemian and “bon vivant” of Lisbon but always near his cousin Nicolau and his beloved Amélia.
Café Basílio at Bacalhoeiros reflects the lively and exotic personality of this coffee baron.
R. Santos-O-Velho 2 e 4,
Telf.: +351 21 248 0763
A place for all needs, Café, European, Healthy, Vegetarian-Friendly, Vegan Options, Gluten Free Options. A great breakfast to start your day.
Le Petit Prince Culture Café
R. Cecílio de Sousa 1a,
Telf.: +351 21 347 1607
Off Principe Real, a new bar and bookstore and café and gallery. Le Petit Prince Culture Café is part of these hybrid concepts that have grown in Lisbon.
Largo do Carmo Elevador de Santa Justa,
Telf.: +351 21 347 7311
A panoramic restaurant in Lisbon. ... Bellalisa Elevador is located next to the Santa Justa Elevator, one of the most famous attractions in Lisbon's downtown.