Group friendly restaurants in Lisbon are idea for large parties of diners. Purposely designed to cater for groups, or able to adapt their seating arrangements accordingly, a lot of these places to eat offer special group menus at set prices. One of the city’s most popular restaurants for groups is the beer-hall styled Cervejaria Trindade in Chiado. Nearby is the seafood restaurant Mar ao Carmo, which has plenty of seating outside and can also arrange interior tables to suit group requests. Casa do Bacalhau, located east of the city centre and also specializing in fish dishes, conveniently offers group menus. Kais, a cavernous restaurant on the riverfront near Cais do Sodré, is an excellent venue for large groups and special party nights. Similarly Portugália, set further along the riverbank, is adequately designed to receive diners en masse. Across the avenue is Popolo, which also has plenty of seating and a young, modish vibe. Out of the city in Benfica is David da Buraca, a traditional eatery furnished with long tables to accommodate hungry locals and in-the-know visitors. Alternatively, the more central Casa do Alentejo has a large, wonderfully decorated dining hall that meets the requirements of diners in larger groups. Over in Alfama is Santa António de Alfama, a rustic themed eatery set over two floors where tables are also set on the pretty patio outside. And perched on steps overlooking downtown Lisbon is Café Buenos Aires with its wide terrace and castle views.