Urban & international eating and drinking Food is an important part of traveling. So all the Portuguese tascas, Marisqueiras & Cervejarias, Pastelarias and cafés that surround us were an important part of our decision to start-up in Graça. Especially since some of them are among the best in Lisbon. We have no ambitions of making the best hotel in Lisbon, but the least we can do is to make it in the best location 🙂 What we didn’t know back then, was that Graça also would turn into one of the most interesting parts of town when it comes to what we call Urban Style Hang Outs: Eateries that try to widen, inspire and challenge the local kitchen with their non traditional gastronomic ideas, visions and/or interpretations of Portuguese classics. Most of them in settings where people can working with their computer, have meetings, read or just chat with friend. With the fusion-fast-food market on Martin Moniz, all the African, Asian and Indian kitchens from Portugal’s colonial past scattered around Intendente and lots of small vegan/vegetarian & new age joints in the residential neighborhood towards Alameda – all 3 areas less than 10 minutes away – Graça has become the perfect location for all kinds of food travelers.
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