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Prazeres
Lisbon has a new wine bar that winks its eye at Angola, but also at the arts and culture of the Portuguese-speaking countries. And because a fine wine is never served alone, there are Portuguese snacks and an Angolan specialty.

- “Prazeres” Magazine

Time Out
Lisbon has a new wine bar that winks its eye at Angola, but also at the arts and culture of the Portuguese-speaking countries. And because a fine wine is never served alone, there are Portuguese snacks and an Angolan specialty.

- “Time Out Lisboa” Magazine

Fugas
It could be just another abandoned warehouse between the Tagus River and the city. But someone decided to turn it into a bar with an artistic charm, a dynamic programming, wines asking to be tasted and stories at every corner.

- “Fugas” Magazine

Revista Expresso
It is a restaurant? A wine cellar? Or a library? The owners of this space regard it as a wine bar and an art gallery.

- “Expresso” Magazine

Notícias TV
Nilton photographed at Vestigius

- “Noticias TV”

Notícias TV
Cristina Ferreira in a bold Production at Vestigius

- “Correio da Manhã”

Time Out
The Best place for a glass of wine by the Tagus River.

- “Time Out Lisboa”

UP Magazine
A great choice for lunch at this restaurant by the river in Cais do Sodré

- “UP Magazine TAP”

EDIT Mag
Much more than a bar

- “Edit Mag”

Visão
The space is worth a visit just for its decoration, made from antiques and many artworks (for sale)

- “Visão”

Evasões
The interior looks like an antique shop, which includes pieces of different styles and periods acquired at auctions, warehouses and fairs by its owners Emeralda Fetahu and João Fernandes.

- “Evasões”

Volta ao Mundo
Gathering nations, trends and food; rescuing the history of Lisbon. At Vestigius cross-border limits are raised and the art of drinking wine is deepened.

- “Volta ao Mundo”

Sábado
It is distinguished for being a wine house that looks after the wines it serves.

- “Sábado”