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Opened in December 2015 and inspired by a Tokyo bar but with its own twist, BOP Café is a nice bar in central Porto where you can enjoy American food, such as hamburgers, bagels or sandwiches, accompanied by various types of coffee or international beers, to the sound of traditional vinyl records. With a large collection of jazz, soul and blues, vinyl records can even be heard individually by BOP attendees through turntables with a headphone jack on some of the tables, making this cafe not only a relaxed place to hang out, but a great space for music lovers.

American food, spotted beers, wine and cocktails

Monday to Friday: 11:00-1:00h | Saturday to Sunday: 10:00-1:00



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Address:
Rua Firmeza, 575

Postal Code:
4000-230

City Zone:
Baixa

Landline Phone:
222001732

Email:
info@bop.pt

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