This bar’s second floor used to be Porto’s old criminal court, where famous Portuguese writer Camilo Castelo Branco was tried for adultery in 1861. Some inscriptions in Latin can still be read on the main room’s walls. In the early years of the 20th century, this venue was the Clube Primavera cabaret, evoked by filmmaker Manoel de Oliveira in the movie “Porto of my Childhood”. There’s plenty of history but also a lot of fun – mostly in the lower floor, where the disco heaves to the sounds of indie-rock and EDM. You can catch a breath of fresh air in the backyard garden.
|Venue name:||Rádio Bar|
Praça Filipa de Lencastre, 178
|Opening hours:||Tue-Wed 6pm-2am, Thu 6pm-4am, Fri-Sat 6pm-6am|