Since we had been traveling all day we decieded to take it easy and we went out for supper at 'Docas'. The dock arear below the 5 de abril bridge was restoured into a lovely dock area for eating and dancing and meeting people.
Underneath the 5 de abril bridge.. it was realy a great sight cause the bridge has 2 level. one for cars and a segond level below it for trains! So we would look up and see the cars trains and then a plane fly by perfect for picture takeing.. too bad I didnt' take any. its also nice cause you have every type of food to choose from and since your right next to the water you enjoy a nice cool breeze.
Dress Code: Any thing you like.. We say people in realy nice dreses and others in jeans.. so I guess pretty much anytig you like
One of the most in places to be is the Docas. In this area, once more in the river side, there are several pubs and bars where you can dance, drink and enjoy your stay in Lisboa. If you mingle with the “night people” you will most certainly end up in some discotheque, because this area is one of the starting points for the “night people”.
Dress Code: Very casual. In this area you can see all. Do not care to much. For some Discos there is a dress code, but I think it is a normal dressing code.
Alfama, June evenings, can party outside until dawn (if you like Brazilian lambada from the 1980s).
Dress Code: Get some of those 'lampeggiante' glasses.
Lots of happy people for going to somewhere in the night join here, specially at Friday night.
Dress Code: No white socks :)
I strongly recommend you to go to 'Barrio Alto' to taste some typical dishes from Lisbon and enjoy taking some drinks in this area.
Dress Code: No particular dresses are required.
I don´t have a favorite spot, but you can try a lot of bars in the Bairro Alto and Avenida 24 de Julho, riverside discos and bars.