Group friendly restaurants in Lisbon cater for larger parties of diners. Purpose built or able to adapt their seating arrangements accordingly, they are among the city’s most spacious places to eat, with most offering special group menus at set prices. One of the city’s most popular restaurants for groups is the beer-hall styled Cervejaria Trindade, located in Chiado. Alternatively, Casa do Bacalhau sited east of the city centre has several group menus available, where fish is the main ingredient. Kais, a cavernous restaurant in Cais do Sodré, is an excellent venue for large groups, as is nearby Portugália. Back in Chiado, the upstairs salon at trendy U Chiado is reserved for patrons numbering twenty or so. Tucked away in Bairro Alto is Grapes & Bites wine bar, always full with tour groups. 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. Similarly, 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. Tables are also set on the patio outside. And perched on steps overlooking downtown Lisbon is Café Buenos Aires with its sprawling terrace.
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