The name means “uncommon chapel”, and the bar is indeed peculiar since it’s located... in a chapel. The altar remains there, but that is the venue’s only link to its religious past. This ancient 16th century chapel was turned into an ideal wine bar for couples or small groups of friends to enjoy a quiet night out. Here you’ll be able to discover and taste a wide range of Portuguese wines, mostly from the Douro and Minho regions, both famous and obscure. And you might learn something about them in the process – the staff makes a point of guiding their customers by telling them the story behind what they’re drinking.
|Venue name:||Capela Incomum|
Travessa do Carregal, 77
|Opening hours:||Tue-Wed 4pm-midnight, Thu-Sat 4pm-2am|