Cais Pimenta Rosa
This gourmet shop in Cais do Sodre is full of design personality and sells an incredible selection of artisanal goods.
Local design firm Branca Lisboa produces streamlined furniture full of whimsy.
Livraria Ler Devagar
Two-floor Ler Devagar in the LX Factory has enough inventory for any bibliophile to get lost in, but there’s plenty more to do here than buy books.
With its timeless, minimalist cutlery, Cutipol has remained one of Portugal’s most internationally renowned design brands since its founding in 1965.
A local treasure that has been serving Lisboetas since it opened in 1860, Manuel Tavares is Lisbon’s quintessential wine and Port shop.
This sliver of a storefront was first opened in 1925 and has sold one thing and one thing only ever since: gloves.
J Baptista’s vast inventory is famous for being the largest collection of antique Portuguese jewelry, silver products, and objet d’art dating back to the 15th century.
This antique shop in Principe Real claims to have the world’s largest collection of tiles, which is saying something in Portugal.
A Vida Portuguesa
There’s no better place in the city to pick up the perfect Portuguese-made gifts to bring home.