The Best Coffee in Lisbon: Where to Fuel Up

With the influx of tourism lately, especially Americans, there’s no surprise that the coffee in Lisbon has stepped up its game in the past few years. It’s definitely a big help while you’re trying to eat and drink your way through Lisbon.

Fábrica Coffee Roasters

 When you step in this coffee shop, you’ll immediately feel like you’ve entered a coffee shop in Portland…for better or worse. Some plants, some old raw coffee bean bags hung up on the walls, you get the vibe. A good place to work and relax for a few hours too.

The Mill

 A nice little brunch and coffee spot, the mill is quite cozy and definitely worth a trip. They roast their own beans too, always a nice plus for me.

SO Coffee Roasters

 Another place that roasts their own beans. It’s an interesting space though; part coffee shop, part design store. Either way, the coffee is good.

Heim Cafe

 “Scandanavian chic” brunch vibes here.

Le Petit Prince Cafe Culture

 Maybe one of the more straight up hipster places on the list. Bookstore, art gallery, or coffee shop?

Benjamin Coffee House

 Cool little spot west of downtown. The staff is super friendly as well, making for a warm and inviting ambiance.


 They don’t roast their own beans, but they source from a great selection of roasters (mostly) from around Europe. Also a good selection of pastries and goodies to snack on.

Buna Specialty Coffee Shop

 Super minimalist, leaning toward the Scandinavian chic vibes. They offer avo toasts as well, if you’re really feeling your basic self.

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