Quiosque Ribeira das Naus
Ribeira das Naus (Cais do Sodré)
It’s one of the biggest kiosks and also has one of the largest numbers of tables. It’s in Ribeira das Naus , and it’s where you may stay in the sun with a lemonade, a beer, cocktails, gin or glass of wine, often to the sound of live music. It's a great sunset spot.
Quiosque Miradouro de São Pedro de Alcântara
Miradouro de São Pedro de Alcântara (Bairro Alto)
What many say is Lisbon’s most beautiful viewpoint has a kiosk facing the castle since 2010, attracting tourists and locals who stay for a drink or light meal. It stays open until late on Fridays and Saturdays.
Quiosque do Adamastor
Miradouro de Santa Catarina (Santa Catarina)
It's not easy getting a table in the afternoon, as it’s in the Santa Catarina viewpoint , where many like to go for the sunset view with a beer or sangria. Those who prefer a quieter time should go in the morning, but will always have the mythical Adamastor sculpted on a rock for company.
Quiosque Lisboa - Cais do Sodré
Rua da Cintura do Porto de Lisboa/Jardim Roque Gameiro (Cais do Sodré)
Abre todos os dias
When Jardim Roque Gameiro (a square next to Cais do Sodré Station) was pedestrianized, it became a spot to sit and enjoy a view of the river. It gained a kiosk, which attracts tourists, who end up enjoying light meals. It stands out for its healthy options (such as açaí bowls or yogurt with granola) and for carob bread sandwiches.
Quiosque Lisboa - Praça Luís de Camões
Praça Luís de Camões (Camões)
It was the first historic kiosk to be restored, in 2009, and responsible for the new wave of kiosks in the city. At first it served traditional refreshments, but new management has introduced more snacks, pastries and drinks. Due to its location in the square dividing Chiado and Bairro Alto, the tables are almost always occupied, from morning to night.
Quiosque Príncipe Real
Praça do Príncipe Real
This kiosk in the Príncipe Real garden is one of the most popular in the late afternoon. It’s where many start their night before dinner in Bairro Alto, or go for after-work drinks.
Quiosque Lisboa - Príncipe Real
Praça do Príncipe Real
The second kiosk in the Príncipe Real garden was also the second "Quiosque de Refresco," now renamed Quiosque Lisboa. It's a perfect spot for a break in between shopping down the neighborhood, such as after visiting the Embaixada shopping gallery.
Quiosque do Mercado
Praça D. Luís I (Cais do Sodré)
This is the kiosk for families. It’s in Praça D. Luís I by the Ribeira Market, and has a playground next to the tables where everyone enjoys toasted sandwiches, salads and waffles.
Quiosque Portas do Sol
Largo das Portas do Sol (Alfama)
This small kiosk on the Portas do Sol viewpoint serves a variety of drinks, but almost everyone orders beer or coffee. And almost everyone is a tourist, taking a break to enjoy the beautiful view of old Lisbon.
Jardim da Cerca da Graça (Graça)
This large kiosk is in Jardim da Cerca da Graça , where you have a beautiful view of the castle. Opened in 2015, it serves cold soups, sandwiches and homemade cakes.
Quiosque Lisboa - Sé
Largo da Sé (Alfama)
Placed outside the cathedral in 2015, this kiosk attracts the many tourists who arrive by tram or tuk tuk. It has the traditional “ginginha” liqueur, port wine, and pastries.
Quiosque BananaCafé - Praça do Município
Praça do Município (Baixa)
It’s in one of the city’s most beautiful squares, and invites you to stay in the sun to enjoy a freshly squeezed juice, a toasted sandwich or a caipirinha.
Quiosque Lisboa - Estrela
Praça da Estrela
It’s arguably Lisbon’s most beautiful kiosk, an Art Nouveau construction dating back to 1909, and now completely restored. It's a favorite of the kids in the neighborhood and of tourists waiting for the tram next to Basilica da Estrela , attracted by the cheap drinks and vegan burgers.
Quiosque Gengibre da Estrela
Jardim da Estrela
This kiosk in Jardim da Estrela , next to a playground, attracts high school students during the week and families on weekends. There are also a few tourists, who take a break for a cup of coffee, tea or light meal.
Quiosque Clara Clara
Campo de Santa Clara (Alfama)
Jardim Botto Machado is a small park by the National Pantheon , in Campo de Santa Clara. It has a nice kiosk by a playground, that’s perfect for meals after a visit to the flea market on Saturdays and Tuesdays.
Quiosque DejaVu Campo Grande
Jardim do Campo Grande (Avenidas Novas)
The Campo Grande park (officially called Jardim Mário Soares) has a large kiosk on its southern side (by the Entrecampos roundabout), next to a children's playground. It’s frequented by students and local families, and offers snacks for sharing (such as nachos), plus sandwiches, wraps and salads.
Quiosque DejaVu Plaza
Praça Duque de Saldanha
Its over 40 seats are usually occupied from morning to night. This is one of the kiosks that remain open until late, opening as early as 8am (9am on Sundays) and only closing at midnight (2am on Fridays and Saturdays). On the menu is a variety of drinks (juices, beer, cocktails, liqueurs) and snacks.
Praça da Alegria
Inaugurated in 2017, this kiosk brought life to a landscaped square that had been neglected for several years. It was placed next to a playground and is surrounded by a “walk of fame,” created in 2019 to honor personalities of national theater and cinema, with their names on the cobblestone pavement.
The kiosk stands out for its bowls, bagels, and original salads.
Quiosque BananaCafé - Avenida da Liberdade
Avenida da Liberdade
There are two BananaCafé kiosks on Avenida da Liberdade. One is by Praça dos Restauradores (pictured above), and the other is by Rua Alexandre Herculano. Both serve juices, salads and toasted sandwiches, often to the sound of live music.
Quiosque "O Melhor Bolo de Chocolate do Mundo"
Avenida da Liberdade
"The Best Chocolate Cake in the World" was born in 1983 in the Campo de Ourique district, and is served at this kiosk on Avenida da Liberdade (by Rua das Pretas) since 2011. In addition to the delicious pieces of chocolate cake, there are custard tarts, croissants, toasted sandwiches, freshly squeezed juices and cocktails.
Avenida da Liberdade
It specializes in seafood, and is an excellent choice for al fresco dining on Avenida da Liberdade. It has a good selection of wines to accompany shrimp, prawns, lobster or oysters.
Quiosque Hot Dog Lovers
Avenida da Liberdade
This kiosk on Avenida da Liberdade, by Rua Alexandre Herculano, specializes in hot dogs but also serves sandwiches and patties. They’re good choices for a quick and inexpensive meal.
Quiosque Lisboa - Praça das Flores
Praça das Flores (Príncipe Real)
This small kiosk is in one of the quietest spots in the city, Praça das Flores. It offers the traditional Lisbon drinks, and invites you to stay chatting or reading a book.
Quiosque de São Paulo
Praça de São Paulo (Cais do Sodré)
A kiosk from 1870 was restored in 2013 to serve Lisbon’s traditional refreshments on a square faced by São Paulo Church. In 2020, new management decided to focus on snacks that have been disappearing from the city's taverns, such as pork sandwiches, fried squid sandwiches, tuna sandwiches, octopus salad, spicy lupini beans, and coffee with ginjinha.
Quiosque do Carmo
Largo do Carmo (Chiado)
This kiosk has a few tables facing Carmo Convent . It’s a good choice for coffee, beer or a glass of wine after a stroll through Chiado.
Quiosque Hamburgueria da Parada
Jardim da Parada (Campo de Ourique)
The Jardim da Parada garden is the meeting place of those who live in the Campo de Ourique neighborhood, and this kiosk is where many go for a meal or simply a drink among friends. The specialty is hamburgers, enjoyed by people of all ages.
Quiosque das Amoreiras
Praça das Amoreiras
It’s in one of the most peaceful spots in the city -- the Amoreiras garden (between Largo do Rato and the Amoreiras shopping mall) -- and the playground next to it means it’s family-friendly. It serves light meals (soups, salads, sandwiches).
Quiosque BananaCafé - Praça de Londres
Praça de Londres (Avenidas Novas)
Hidden in the small Irmã Lúcia garden in a corner of Praça de Londres (next to São João de Deus church), this kiosk serves light meals (sandwiches, quiches, salads) from breakfast to dinner.
Quiosque Lisboa - Campolide
Rua de Campolide
The renovation of Praça de Campolide in 2017 introduced this red kiosk, which is a good spot for a break after a ride on tram 24 (it’s located steps from the last stop). It offers several options for snacking, such as cheese platters, nachos, hamburgers and wraps, as well as a variety of drinks, ranging from natural juices to wines and cocktails. Those who can’t get a seat by the kiosk can always sit at the tables nearby, which have been turned into public art by artist Vanessa Teodoro. From here you have a view of the towers of Amoreiras and can walk to the Águas Livres Aqueduct .
Largo da Esperança/Avenida D. Carlos I (Madragoa)
It’s found in a nightlife neighborhood, so it’s open until 2am. The name was also inspired by the location, by a historic drinking fountain, the Chafariz da Esperança, which dates from 1768. It attracts locals during the day and young people who come for the bars at night, serving a variety of alcoholic beverages and snacks.