What began as a simple beer and snack place in 1956, Cervejaria Ramiro has been a local favorite of Lisbon.
Fresh as Fresh Can Be
The first floor of the restaurant is filled with water tanks–that’s how fresh the food is. As you move upstairs, you find a warm, welcoming environment that’s like a good party with amazing food.
Not For the Shy
Cervejaria Ramiro is busy–and at times loud–but in all the good ways. The restaurant is family-owned and has the extra level of attention that comes with it. Waits can be long at prime time on the weekends, but it’s worth it for the ambiance and the seafood dishes at a reasonable cost that visitors have been raving about for years.