A glass of wine at Águas Livres Aqueduct in Lisbon
This stone house, called the Mother-of-Water Fountain, forms part of the monumental Águas Livres Aqueduct and is connected to the Patriarchal Reservoir.
Journalist and wine critic João Paulo Martins has selected some 300 labels to fill the wine cellar. Accompany the wine with carpaccio, seafood like mussels and scallops, cheeses, and different kinds of cold cuts.
Happy hour is 6–8:30 p.m., when you can choose four wines to taste by the glass.
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Drink delicious funky Portugese wine in a chilly castle wine bar
While wandering around Principe Real one night we were looking for a wine bar for after dinner drinks. We found this gem and ordered the port braised pears and some delicious Portugese wines. Finding a little nook upstairs to sit in makes it feel like you're in your own little castle and your wines hidden beneath in the castle cellars. Truly wonderful. We were sad not to have gone for dinner as the cheeses and small plates looked delicious!