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Lisbon's most eye-catching Starbucks outlet opens at 9am and is conveniently located in the heart of the city. It's housed within Rossio railway station and the cafe carefully incorporates the... Read More
Lisbon's most eye-catching Starbucks outlet opens at 9am and is conveniently located in the heart of the city. It's housed within Rossio railway station and the cafe carefully incorporates the neo-Manueline architectural design of this late 19th-century transport hub. Spacious and airy, the floor is open plan and furnished with comfy sofas, plump armchairs and wooden chairs and tables. There's also an outside terrace for people watching. The menu of course is Starbucks standard - a great range of different coffee (your caffeine or sugar rush is guaranteed) teas, juices and a good selection of freshly baked muffins, wraps and pastries. There are also plenty of rolls and sandwiches available. The waiting staff all speak English, and the vibe is youthful and very international.
- Breakfast/Brunch: "Great place to relax and meet friends before catching the train to Sintra. The popular Lisbon Destination Hostel sits above, on the first floor."
- Best for Breakfast/Brunch Because: Wrapped in an historic 19th-century facade, this is the most attractive of Lisbon's Starbucks cafes and worthy of your smart phone's camera.