Pubs and Bars in Cascais
Downtown Cascais makes a fun and laid-back location to spend an evening. The area drops away to the main town beach of O Pescador and the lively bars and late night restaurants often spill out onto the streets and down to the water’s edge where a fun-loving clientele often remain until well into the early hours.
Concerning wine, the best Portuguese reds are internationally renowned, particularly the refined and fortified topaz-coloured dessert wine produced in the demarcated region of Carcavelos, notable for its rich and velvety texture and nutty aroma.
Nearby, Colares wine is produced in the surroundings of Sintra. These red and white table wines are classified as DOC (Denominação de OrigemControlada) in a strictly controlled wine-making region whose vineyards are protected by sanddunes extending right along the coast.
Irish bar in the center of Cascais. Live music every night come join us for a cold beer and great craic! You'll always find a warm welcome at your local O'Neill's. It's a place where you can enjoy the craic whether you fancy a few rounds with friends, a spot of lunch with colleagues or a cosy meal for two. Where live music and sport lift your spirits. And where the banter flows as freely as the Guinness.
Hemingway is an excellent restaurant, is a cocktail bar, is a tea house, but above it all, is a place where it feels spend hours enjoying the views of the Atlantic. Old space renovated in 2003 by Telma and Pedro Vaz Moura in Cascais Marina Hemingway was only opened as a bar and tea and juices. A second more recent refurbishment by the same owners became the space in one of the most popular restaurants in the county.