Santa Catarina

Susana Felicidade’s flagship restaurant shares the building with the Museu de Farmacia, which explains the spot’s playful, pharmacy-inspired personality—from the drug store cabinets that hold glasses and plates to the first aid kits that chill bottles of wine. This is a choice spot to partake of petiscos, the Portuguese version of shared plates. Chef Felicidade is known to take familiar recipes and elevate them with unusual twists, like rich cheese from the mountain region Serra da Estrela paired with roasted tomatoes, and a grouse and quail salad escabeche. The restaurant has one of the largest terraces in the city, which looks out to the river and a popular miradouro. Because it doesn’t close between meals, Pharmacia is a great choice for a late lunch.

Rua Marechal Saldanha 2Lisbon, Portugal

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