If you're already in town the evening before the conference, come grab some light snacks and drinks and have a chat, it's on us! This will be held at the beautiful bar/terrace of Hotel Florida, where most of the speakers will be hosted. Open for all LXJS attendees, no further registration required.
We want you fit for the second conference day, so we're keeping this event short and simple. LXJS will email all attendees on the 25th with links to the available restaurantes and a place to pre-buy your meal. If you want to join, you just have to buy your seat before the 26th at 22pm.
For your reference, here's a map with the restaurant locations. Please take into account that these are reserved seats, so only show up if you bought yours.
Restaurante Chu-Chu is a grill house. ~15min walking from Venue. 15 Eur per person. Includes: Appetizers (bread, cheese, etc), Beer, Sangria, Stock wine/Vinho da Casa, Sodas, Water, Coffee, Desert. Main course (you'll have to choose in advance, when registering): Grilled Chicken, Grilled Black Pork, Grilled Picanha/rump cover, Grilled Sardines, Grilled Dourada/Gilt-head bream, Grilled Peixe Espada/Swordfish.
Restaurante A Gina is a grill house. ~20min walking from Venue. 18 Eur per person. Includes: Appetizers (bread, cheese, etc), Beer, Sangria, Stock wine/Vinho da Casa, Sodas, Water, Coffee, Desert. Main course (you'll have to choose in advance, when registering): Fried codfish paste with bean rice + Grilled Sardines, Fried codfish past with bean rice + Mix of Grilled Meat / Grelhada Mista, Poorly improvised vegetarian (they're not good at that).
Restaurante Jardim dos Sentidos is a Vegan/Vegetarian place. ~25min walking from Venue. 20 Eur per person. They have a closed menu where you can choose from some options once you're there. No need to choose the dish in advance.
Restaurante Nood is an Asian food place. ~35min walking from Venue (best take the subway to Baixa/Chiado on the blue line). 20 Eur per person. No need to choose the dish in advance. It includes an appetizer (Small salad or Miso soup). You'll be able to choose from 6 main course options (1 fish, 2 meat and 3 vegetarian): Yaki soba (chicken and shrimp), Teriyaki chicken, Szechuan meat (spicy), Yasai Shitake (rice and mushrooms), Amai Udon (contains peanuts), Coconut and Ginger Curry (with rice). You'll also be entitled to two drinks (beer, water, sodas) and a coffee.
Remember! you have to buy your seat before the 26th 10pm on the link we'll be sending to all attendees. Seats are limited. On two of the restaurants (Chu-Chu and A Gina) make sure you reply the Tito question after registration to choose a dish.
For all LXJS attendees, nor further registrations required! Show up starting at 9pm. Getting there has to be taken as a small but very rewarding challenge - we will take you into the heart of old Lisbon where every street has its own stand and (deliciously bad) soundtrack.
At this square, with various stands, we'll have our own LXJS stand serving us for free and exclusively, from 9pm to 12pm (take your badge with you).
Drinks: Beer, Sangria, Ginjinha, Sodas, Coffee. Food: Pataniscas (codfish), Pastéis de Bacalhau (codfish), Rissóis de Camarão (shrimp), Croquetes de Carne (meat), Bifanas (meat on bread, best eaten with cheap mustard-like sauce). Deserts: Arroz Doce (sweet rice), Rabanadas (sweet fried bread). Vegetarians/vegans only: Chickpea (Garbanzo Beans) salad.
Our stand will stop serving food and drinks for free after 12pm. If you want to more or other food (including the famous sardines) there are lots of stands around with more food options.
We'll put up detailed instructions on how to get there closer to the date.
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