A Porto institution since its opening in 1974. The decor looks little changed, with wood-paneled walls, leather-wrapped bench seats and white table covers. Serving from noon till way into the night, it's a snack bar, beer hall, seafood joint and purveyor of traditional Porto food for generations. The francesinhas are renowned—they even do a special version with added shrimp—but the array of dishes is enormous from hamburgers to boiled fish head; tripe to a famed mixed seafood grill (parrilhada). Steaks are a late-night favorite. It's located on a main road out in the Boavista neighborhood. Expect it to be crowded and noisy, especially when there's a soccer game on the big TV screens