Going out in Lisbon at night means having a wide variety of places to go. Whether it's a happy hour, a snack, a drink, a good music, dinner, dancing or just hanging out with friends and enjoying a wonderful view. The capital has a very active and eclectic nightlife, and it will be difficult to limit ourselves to areas or places.
Lisbon exists for all tastes!
The night in Lisbon begins late and continues until later. It is common to see clusters of people on the street, because Lisbon night lives on the street too. The most popular areas are in the center of the city, namely Bairro Alto, Bica, Cais do Sodré (the trendy Pink Street), Grace, Alfama, Martim Moniz and Intendant, however there are many other spaces located in other areas of the city, such as the Nations' park.
Besides the fun Lisbon night, there is still the famous Fado that lacks presentations. Fado was considered an Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO in 2011.
There are some local interests, among many others:
Terraces / Terraces: UpScale, Patio of the Páteo Alfacinha, Terrace BA, Le Chat, Kiosk Oliveira, Café Nicola, Pastelaria Versailles.
Restaurants and Bars: Chinese Pavilion, LxFactory, Belcanto, Trindade, Wine Fountain, Café Buenos Aires, Rio Maravilha.
Fado Houses: The Severa, The Beech, Casa da Mariquinhas, Parreirinha de Alfama, Tasca do Chico, Mr. Vinho, Adega Machado.
Discotheques: Lounge, Incognito, Lux Fragile, Music Box, Radio-Hotel.

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