Bairro do Avillez, is located in Chiado, at Rua Nova da Trindade, in Lisbon. Spacious and surprising, with different eating areas inspired by the best Portuguese flavours, this is the most atypical of Lisbon's neighbourhoods.
Open every day, from 12 a.m. to 12 p.m., in Bairro do Avillez, every corner hides a surprise. The world of José Avillez doesn’t fit in a single address, it is an entire universe devoted to creativity. Here you’ll find an irresistible Mercearia where you can buy delicacies, gifts, books, and chef-worthy accessories; a wonderful Taberna for those who like amazing food; the most spectacular Páteo in town, where seafood and fish are king, and also Beco, the most cosmopolitan corner of this neighbourhood.


Is buying gifts at a grocery store atypical? At Bairro do Avillez’s Mercearia it is perfectly normal. Here you can find the best cheeses, cured sausages, and canned goods sit next to kitchen accessories, books, and aprons. The charcuterie specialties rely on the advice of the illustrious “Manteigaria Silva.” Here you’ll find an extraordinary selection of high-quality and carefully selected cheeses and cured meats. All of this complemented with a specialized and personalized customer service. These fantastic products may be purchased to take away or to be savoured immediately, at the peak of their flavour, along with a good wine or a good beer.


A must-go-to for lunch, dinner or a snack in the afternoon, at Bairro do Avillez’s Taberna there will be much more than just bread and wine on the table. Here you can find the best beef croquettes in Lisbon, a fantastic tuna steak sandwich with vinegary vegetables in a traditional bread from Madeira, delicious suckling pig sandwiches with pickled seaweed and glasswort, and don’t be surprised if you come by some spicy fried pork skin popcorn, a horse mackerel tartar cone, or some other eye-popping dishes. After all, this is a very atypical Lisbon quarter.


This isn’t a funfair, and certainly not a museum. It is the most spectacular Páteo in Lisbon, where seafood and fish are king, but meat also rules. To make your visit unforgettable, order different dishes to share – shellfish, appetizers, meat, fish, and desserts. Here you can have lunch or dinner at any day of the week, from 12:30 p.m. to 3.00 p.m. and from 7 p.m. to 12 a.m.


An exclusive place where fine dining meets show business
in an immersive and memorable experience created by chef José Avillez.
In Bairro do Avillez, behind a hidden passageway, there's a sophisticated restaurant wrapped in mystery and in the feel of the 1920's and 1950's clubs. Its doors only open at the end of the day and, for the dinner-and-a-show, only those with a ticket are allowed in.



Watch the backstage video by clicking here.


Bairro do Avillez
+351 215 830 290
Rua Nova da Trindade, 18. Lisboa


Opening Hours:
Taberna and Mercearia: every day, from 12 p.m to 12 a.m.
Páteo: every day, from 12.30 p.m. to 3 p.m. and from 7 p.m. to 12 a.m.
Closed on public holidays: For dinner on December 24 and all day on December 25.
Beco: you can fin the opening days and hours here.

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