If the weather cooperates, this restaurant near the Praça das Flores plans to set tables and a big screen on the square opposite from it to watch Portugal games in style, like it did in the last few World Cups and Euros. But if the weather gods aren't helpful, the party moves inside, where there are also TV sets. As for food, the menu lists shareable plates such as garlic prawns, chicken gizzard stew ("moelas"), Brás-style"farinheira" sausage and fish meat dishes.
|Venue name:||Largo ao Tacho|
Rua Marcos Portugal, 2 (Príncipe Real)
|Opening hours:||Wed-Sun 12pm-2am, Mon 12pm-12am|