Café Tati

Whether you’re looking for a welcoming café with a cool vibe, delicious food at reasonable prices or sip on a glass of wine while listening to live music, this place fits the bill.

Rua da Ribeira Nova, 36 1200-479 Lisbon

213461279

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Whether you’re looking for a welcoming café with a relaxed vibe, delicious food at reasonable prices or sip on a glass of wine while listening to live music, this place fits the bill.

You find it in an old warehouse with a quirky vintage decor, in the bohemian heart of Lisbon, the riverside area of Cais do Sodré, near the Mercado da Ribeira food court.

It serves delicious options for brunch, lunch dinner or just to grab a quick bite, combining Portuguese fare with international influences.Apart from the main dishes, there are soups,

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Apart from the main dishes, there are soups, tartines, sandwiches, salads, home-made jams, fresh juices and delicious desserts – go for the chocolate cake.

In some evenings (usually Wednesdays and Sundays), there are jam sessions where locals and tourists mix to enjoy live jazz. It offers good drink options such as gin, caipirinha, liqueurs, and a large selection of wines.

Its proximity to Cais o Sodré nightclubs and late hours make it ideal for a pre-nightlife drink.

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