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A Outra Face da Lua, Lisbon

Categories: Gift & Specialty Shops, Shopping
Inspirock Rating:
3.7/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web
Find that rare piece of vintage clothing while grabbing a coffee at A Outra Face da Lua. A spacious store filled with a vast array of clothes, hats, shoes, and accessories from the 60s, 70s and 80s. An eclectic mix of funky bold colors fill the clothing racks, and random accessories are littered and displayed throughout the store. The store also specializes in wallpaper, selling over 2000 various retro patterns. Not only is it a clothes store, but a café as well. After browsing the items take a break and have a coffee on the outdoor terrace, they serve a variety of snack food also. Live on the wild side and try one of their psychoactive teas. Using our world travel planner, Lisbon attractions like A Outra Face da Lua can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • The coffee is excellent and the store is hilarious. You can find clothes of thousand years ago and the waiter... must know it!
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  • You get a delicious coffee here for a very good price, same is with wine and other drinks. Good prices for good drinks! But do not order e Mojito, it's just rubish! I had NO sugar in it...astonishing,...  read more »
  • We had a drink on the terrace, home, higher prices outside than within 50 cents... I never really understood this principle. Fresh and good fruit juice
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  • really cool place. Find vintage clothes and grab a coffee after
  • Nice bar!
  • Nice drinks
  • A Outra Face de Lua stocks a selection of clean, well-priced vintage from the Sixties onwards, and there's also a nice cafe in which to leave non-vintage-loving friends or abandoned boyfriends. I found not one but two dresses - a pretty amazing 60's green patterned dress and a 50's red and blue print prom dress, both 30 euros each. This is quite bargainous given that the only thing that isn't cheap in Lisbon is clothes - I saw a plain T-shirt for 35 euros in one shop! Particular top marks here for great service. There's also an outlet store about five minutes away, with 50's cat-eye glasses frames and vintage swimwear.
  • Cool ambiance, combined with a coffee shop, but average as far as findings.
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