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Why locals love it
An icon of Portuguese bars…or is it a museum? Chinês (Chinese) comes from the grocery store that existed before and that used to sell spices, teas, coffees and other delicatessens in early XX century, becoming a bar in 1986.
Why you should visit it
In a classic environment you will find five rooms with thousands of pieces: medals, tin soldiers, frames, mugs, cartoons, flags, busts, strollers, pieces of Bordalo Pinheiro (a much known Portuguese artist) and much more. And if you’re fond with snooker, the last room has two tables, being the only smoking room.
You have a work of art in an 82 pages book, where you can choose one of 100 cocktails or just a tea (but still a lot of choices). Ring the bell.