Bars - lisbon's most trendy places

Bedroom

Lisbon nightlife is widely known for its numerous bars and clubs. The clubs are large open-space areas, with the best cutting edge DJs coming into Lisbon for some of the best nights in Europe. But a night is only complete with a dinner, a drink and a dance floor. Lisbon has hundreds of bars on offer. The best is to track up and down Bairro Alto, Príncipe Real, Alcântara or Cais do Sodré, but check out here which ones are the hippest and trendiest bars in town...

Lisbon’s streets start filling with cars and people at around 7:30pm. The street bustle increases as the night progresses and people try to decide which bar to go to. Whether it is a cosy bar with a cocktail in hand, fun, hip music to dance to, or an evening listening to a live band, Lisbon offers a wide range of bars.

Bairro Alto and Príncipe Real:


Bedroom Bar

With a fun and vintage-style decoration, Bedroom is a bar that keeps you far away from your bed for a great many hours. The decoration is based, obviously, on a bedroom, with beds and cushions and bed-side tables. And it’s probably the most fun and funky one you’ll be in in Lisbon. With a wide range of DJs on offer, Bedroom has the dance floor going wild at the early hours of the morning. The calmer areas are around the bars, where you are served by the friendly and beautiful bar tenders. Grab a beer, a glass of wine, or a Caipirinha to give a head start to your night... bedtime is only much later.

Address:
 Rua do Norte 86, 1200 - 285 Lisboa
Telephone:
 +351 213 431 631
Times:
 Mon-Sat 21h-3h
Transport:
 M: Baixa/Chiado, bus: 1,202,758,790
Smoking area:
  Yes



Cinco Lounge:Cinco Lounge

Near the Príncipe Real, this classic bar is still one of the most fashionable in town. Their best offer is their cocktails. Both classic and contemporary style cocktails are elaborated with fresh fruit, so they change with the season. The low lights allow the candlelight to create a friendly and intimate environment. It’s a difficult choice between the dozens of cocktails on the menu, but you are guaranteed to have one for every taste and wallet.

Address:
 Rua Ruben A. Leitão 17-A, 1200, 329
Telephone:
 +351 213 424 033
Times:
 Tue - Sat: 21h - 2h
Transport:
 M: Rato, Bus: 773, 790
Smoking Area:
  Yes



Frágil

Mainly attracting the gay crowd, this bar has an edgy, funky vibe to it. Always with a keen sense for the latest music, Frágil is known for bringing the newest vibrations and cool music into town. It opened in the 80s and it has marked a generation, having been the stage for movies and the theme of songs. Right in the heart of the Bairro Alto, Frágil is open until the early morning hours.

Address:
 Rua da Atalaia 126-128, 1200 - 043
Telephone:
 +351 21 346 9578
Times:  23h - 4h, Closed on Sun and Mon
Transport  M: Baixa/Chiado
Smoking Area:
 Yes



Santos:

Estado Líquido:
Estado Liquido
Estado Líquido in Santos, one of the hippest areas for bar hopping in Lisbon, has a minimalist and modern decoration. There is a different DJ every night, as Estado Líquido tries to keep up with the demand for the latest alternative music. Known for its wonderful sushi restaurant upstairs, Estado Líquido is a great bar to start your evening before dinner, or to go to for a drink afterwards.

Address:
 Largo dos Santos, 5a, 1200 - 808
Telephone:
 +351 213 955 820
Times:  Sun- Wed: 20h - 2h, Thu: 20h - 3h, Fri and Sat: 20h - 4h
Transport:
 Bus: 25E, 74, 706, 727
Smoking Area:
 Yes



Baixa:

Maxime

It opened its doors as a luxurious cabaret. The spotlights soon faded and the years of fun cabaret came to an end. However, Maxime has been revived from its gloomy existence, maintaining a bohemian decandent-chic style with a cool feel to it. The decoration combines gold, red and dripping chandeliers, giving it a touch of grandeur. During weekdays, a young crowd gathers in Maxime for stand-up comedy shows and concerts.

Address:
 Praça da Alegria 58, 1200 - 004 - Lisboa
Telephone:
 +351 213 467 090
Times:
 Tue - Sat: 22h - 4h
Transport:
 M: Restauradores
Smoking Area: 
 Yes



Outskirts of Lisbon: Almada


Manga RosaManga Rosa

For very few reasons does one cross the river Tagus to the south side to get a drink. One of those few reasons is the Manga Rosa Lounge in Almada Velha. Preserving its industrial architecture, this modern and eclectic bar was created with the sole intention of pleasing and entertaining its customers. Creating a cosmopolitan and chilled-out feel, Manga Rosa is decorated with national products, including cutlery from Vista Alegre, leather from old cars and a chandelier from the Conde de Óbidos Palace. With video projection on a back wall, Manga Rosa brings together antiques, modern technology and efficient and friendly service.

Address:
 14 Rua Sociedade Filarmonica Incrivel Almadense (15 km from Lisbon, across the bridge)
Telephone:
 +351 96 552 60 60
Transport:
 Car
Times:
 21h - 2h Tuesday - Saturday
Smoking Area:  Yes



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