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Emblematic establishment of the city of Porto, very frequented by students from the surrounding colleges. It is known for its francesinha, but has a menu with a very diverse offer of authentic and traditional Portuguese cuisine, with suggestions of meat, fish, vegetarian dishes, soups and salads. It is ideal for a quick meal or for group dinners, with several menus for this purpose. There is also a light lunch buffet available. If the weather permits, you can enjoy its pleasant terrace. Whether you are looking for a delicious meal or having a drink with friends while watching a football game, you will always be welcome at Cervejaria Diu.

Brewery, francesinha, summer terrace, gourmet food, games room

Monday to Friday 12:00 - 2:00



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Address:
Rua da Boavista, 663

Postal Code:
4050-110

City Zone:
Boavista

Landline Phone:
222011680

Mobile Phone:
965004567

Email:
cafediu@gmail.com

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