All you have to do is wander through the cobblestone maze that is Bairro Alto to discover the many different eating options for hungry visitors. If its authentic Portuguese cooking you're after, check out Antigo 1 de Maio, famed for its local menu of rich, hearty fare. Pasta lovers need look no further than Casanostra, while Pap'Açorda still draws the flashy and impressionable. More down to earth is Cervejaria Trindade, located on the Bairro's fringe while up in Príncipe Real, Michelin recommends Argentine steakhouse La Paparrucha.
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