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Portugal has an ancient tradition when it comes to wine production. This beverage is so important in our gastronomy that Portugal is one of the biggest consumers of wine per person in the world.
The value for money of our wine is second to none and many might even envy us for that, but when in Lisbon it is a blessing to be able to enjoy such product with the variety, quality and price that we have. It’s like drinking great wine is a fundamental right we have (and our visitors too, obviously).
Go on a pilgrimage to our “temples of wine” to celebrate this holy beverage and meet the gurus that present us with the best specimens of this Portuguese product that makes us so proud...

Portugal’s link with rice exists long past its foundation. Rice started to be cultivated in our territory during the Mourish occupation, between the 7th and the 8th centuries AD.

This grain became so precious in our diet that nowadays we are the 4th biggest European producer, cultivating it in the estuaries of Sado, Tagus and Mondego rivers. The unique characteristics of soil, temperature, hours of sun and the water are the key to its singularity. The portuguese are also the biggest consumers of rice in Europe: 15 kg per capita annualy, roughly 3 times more than the European average...

Lisbon is one of the most cultural cities in Europe. We rank among the top in classic and contemporary dance shows, concerts, and theater plays. 

However how often do we have to rush dinner in order to show up at theater on time?Have you ever thought how easier it would be to just have dinner at the theater?

Fortunately, in Lisbon we have fantastic options to dine and get cultured. Here are five emblematic theaters of Lisbon that got a fresh breeze from top culinary experiences:

Minibar at São Luiz Theater
The first gastrobar opened by chef José Avillez...

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