If your hunger lingers, then you still have yet to dine at O Pitéu (“delicacy”). Operating since 1966, this small family-owned restaurant serves great native cuisine to the residents of Graça, one of Lisbon’s oldest neighborhoods. The menu specializes in simple, traditional preparations of roast meat and seafood, such as amêijoas à bulhão pato (clams in white wine), porco à alentejana (pork and clams with potatoes and coriander), and cozido (a rich, red wine stew that usually includes beef, pork, smoked sausages, and vegetables). For an authentic foodie experience, order a glass or two of local Portuguese wine.
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