The first floor of this bar housed the one-time Porto criminal court where in 1861 Portuguese writer Camilo Castelo Branco was tried for adultery. Naughty Camilo! In the early decades of the twentieth century, the building housed the cabaret Clube Primavera. Don’t worry, there’s plenty of fun here as well as history – above all on the ground floor, where the proper club is found, powered by indie rock and electronic music. For some fresh air/fag smoke, head to the lovely garden out the back.
If you’re ready to hit the dancefloor, we recommend these spots. Whatever music you’re into, Porto’s got a place you can dance to it. Or, you know, sit it out