April 2019

Okay, Europe’s “best-kept secret” may now be anything but. Yet Lisbon’s ever evolving (and improving) restaurant scene is keeping the city exciting. It’s also spreading beyond the tourist center and into neighborhoods that might not have been worth a visit before but certainly are now. This alphabetical list is not thorough (and it will be even less so when Michelin-star chef Nuno Mendes returns home from London to oversee the food and beverage at the hotly anticipated reopening of the Bairro Alto

Rock In Rio Lisboa is the largest music and entertainment festival in the world. The first edition was held in 1985 in Brazil, and today the event is one of the most important in the history of world music. Its enclosure (Cidade do Rock) is a true music theme park with lots of entertainment and various activities, which are much more than the main stage shows - street performances, art shows, exhibitions, dance shows, performances by digital influencers, cosplay, a Ferris wheel