The New “Bistro 100 Maneiras” — Part Two of One of Lisbon’s Most Creative Restaurants

Bistro 100 Maneiras

The beautiful Art Deco space left behind from one of Lisbon’s classic restaurants that closed some time ago is now the second home to one of the city’s most creative contemporary restaurants. The former “Bachus” is now “Bistro 100 Maneiras,” an extension of the acclaimed 100 Maneiras that opened last year by a Bosnian who’s now very much Portuguese with an international outlook.
This second spot is much larger than the original “100 Maneiras”, and although the menu is essentially the same (blending Portuguese and international inspirations), it will include a late-night version. That’s because it stays open until 2AM to serve the night owls that make the Bairro Alto neighborhood next door their favorite bar-hopping destination.
So the d├ęcor may be classic, even historic, but the cuisine is contemporary and with a personal twist. It’s spread over two floors, offering views of the river in the distance, and with a smoking and non-smoking section (quite rare these days since the anti-smoking-in-public-spaces law). There is also a lounge and bar area for cocktails.
The grand opening was yesterday and even better news is that it’s one of the selected restaurants for Lisbon’s Restaurant Week, happening right now until October 2nd, offering a special lower-cost menu.

Address: Largo da Trindade, 9 (Rua da Misericordia)
Phone: 210 990 475
Closed Sundays

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