Cantinho das Gaveas - I recommend the Octopus ‘à Lagareiro’. It melts in your mouth. And the garlic with olive oil. Delicious! While waiting for your octopus, taste the white small cheese in the starter plate. A pinch of salt, a pinch of pepper. Light and delicious. Don’t forget your ‘bica’ to finish!

Taste ginjinha liquor @Lisbon! Very nice. Very special. Just.. Delicious )

Taberna da Rua das Flores, Lisbon. One of the best meals we had in Portugal. Lisbon - Inexpensive and delicious.

Chapito - Lisbon (good food, great views) (From MANNY'S LIST)

Cervejaria Trindade (Rua Nova da Trindade 20, Lisbon Tel 01-342-3506) Steakhouse & Brewery (MANNY'S LIST)

Santa Justa Elevator (MANNY'S LIST)

My favorite cheese! Made in Portugal From Covilhã the famous Serra cheese, made from the milk of ewes and prized for its rich flavour, but also delicious home-made bread.

Pavilhao Chines (MANNY'S LIST)

A Brasileira, a famous café/bar in Lisbon #Portugal

Cantinho do Avillez Closed on Sundays. Lunch 12:30-3P, Dinner 7:30p-12a. Also featured on Anthony Bourdain!! (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8QU9T2dDZlg - 24 minutes in)

BAIXA (downtown): Avenida da Liberdade (MANNY'S LIST)

RUA GARRETT (MANNY'S LIST) The most famous street of Lisbon, that mixes traditional chic and modern commercial shops, is also beloved by tourists.

Uma bica, por favor! by malcolm bull, via Flickr

Eat your custard tarts here! The interior of the Pastéis de Belém cake shop and café covered with azulejos. Lisbon

"A Brasileira" - One of the symbols of Lisbon. In the 19th Century this Cafe was visited by well known writers. At the entrance you can see a statue of Fernando Pessoa, one of the most important Portuguese intelectual personalities.

Feira da Ladra. Lisbon by seestrandkiefer, via Flickr

Bica Funicular / Ascensor da Bica by Miguel H. Carriço, via Flickr

Belem - Lisbon's most monumental historical area (from MANNY'S LIST)

Rossio Square, Lisbon, Portugal. My favorite part of Lisbon.

Castelo de São Jorge (MANNY'S LIST) Not the finest of castles but has great views of the city)

Maria Severa, who lived in Lisbon in early 19th century was the first Fadista in Portugal to be acclaimed as a Fado performer. She is sometimes accredited with not just the popularity but also the origin of Fado music. She was a prostitute that sang fado and also played the Portugese Guitar. Severa has been uplifted to mythical proportions, and there are plays, musicals written about her life; including the first sound movie in Portugal in 1931. Severa died when she was only 26.