Once upon a time there were three long-time friends who dreamt of a house to which every visitor would long to return: a cozy corner made of kindness and good mood, painted with love and filled with exquisite flavors, one which would warm up both Oporto’s inhabitants and faraway travelers, just like a sweet shelter right next to the Douro river.
They finally chose the number 69 of the Largo de Santo Domingos to establish the Taberna do Largo. Their motto — “A happy family lives here” seduces passersby, from the doorway to the charming interior patio, covered in 16th century tiles that tell the most unexpected stories with their hideouts and occult secrets within mysterious water mines. A touristic reference in Porto that features the best reviews on Trip Advisor, this old typography is already accountable for a true legion of fans, from the most loyal downtown resident to the most intrepid of travellers.
This is the story of a happy house, a shelter for lovers, filled with smiles, joy and friendship: a poets’ refuge with Portuguese music and soul, where the right atmosphere creates those perfect moments that we’ll never forget and that keep us coming back. The delicacies served at this peculiar tavern in Oporto are possible thanks to a close and friendly relationship with food producers.
The wine, tea and craft beers flow from the various regions, all harvested and produced with knowledge and care, from the brands directly to the table. The awarded wine cellar is an ideal match to the remarkable Caganita cheese, perfectly combined with Alentejo’s finest black pork ham.