Across the way from The Music Box is another entrance, this one leading into the stylish Pink Wine Point, a cozy cavern-like bar where you can order wine in addition to a plethora of cocktail combinations. Visit with friends for drinks and live music on the weekends. Unlike The Music Box, Pink Wine Point is the place to go for a relaxing but fun night, in an equally lovely setting.
Perhaps you have heard of Portugal’s love affair with canned fish; Sol e Pesca is one of those low-key and local restaurants where you will enjoy trying them out. At night, swing by to sit on the terrace and sample a few flavors with friends over some beers or wine. Inside, you may not find it hard to believe that it was once a fish tackle shop, since the walls are still covered in fishing gear.
Espumantaria do Cais is a wine and cocktail bar in Pink Street with a full menu of petiscos (Portuguese appetizers) so you can snack while you drink. The trendy restaurant and bar are welcoming, and there is seating outside too, so you can opt to catch Pink Street’s action, smoke, and/or enjoy the night air. Among their long list of beverages, the champagne is recommended.
For a casual night of dancing, Europa is one of the more popular nightclubs in Lisbon. It is also one of the older clubs in the city. Some nights are themed, so don’t be surprised if you visit on 80s night, but the venue also rotates musical genres. It is laid-back but busy – this is one of the clubs in the area that stays open until the sun rises again.
Casual and inviting, this place is another popular spot in Lisbon’s trendy Pink Street where (no surprise here) the cocktail mixtures are the bartender’s specialty. Try one of their daily specials for €5 (USD$5.80). Despite the location in this trendy part of the city, the 4 Caravelas Cocktail Bar feels more like an intimate neighborhood bar.