To Drink in Nazaré
The restaurants mentioned above both have a respected place amongst the wine connoisseur crowd for their ability to pair wine and memorable plates with perfection. Taverna do 8 Ó 80 was even highlighted in "Revista de Vinhos." The amazing thing about Nazaré is that you can wander cobbled streets, find yourself in cozy neighborhood lane, tuck into a bar full of locals and have a sip of ginja (sweet cherry liquer). You can also meet dozens of new friends, sitting outside year-round, toasting the abundant winter sun. For craft beer on tap and a lively tapas menu, try a late afternoon at Sitiado. If you would like to learn more about Central Portugal wines and the people that produce them, please visit our sister site Drink Portuguese Wine to book a custom tour.