Open since 1956, Cervejaria Ramiro is a Lisbon institution. It’s a family-run restaurant known for serving some of the city’s very best seafood in a pleasant but unpretentious environment.
Ginja is a very sour, almost bitter, type of cherry. It grows particularly well in the valley region of Sobral da Lagoa in the council of Óbidos. It began to be used for liquor production in Lisbon in the 19th century, but it wasn’t until 1987 that Dário Pimpão created the recipe that is still famous in Óbidos today.