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"Located in the town of Cacilhas across the river, you can catch a ferry from Cais do Sodré (just off Praça do Comércio and across from the TimeOut Market). Cost was only 1.40€ each way for the ~ 10 minute trip across the Tagus River with nice views of the Ponte 25 de Abril bridge and the Santuário de Cristo Rei monument. Once across, turn right and follow the river along the row of abandoned warehouses adorned with graffiti. After about 20 minutes, you'll reach Restaurante Ponto Final. Tip #1: Make sure to secure a reservation for this waterfront spot: https://www.facebook.com/pontofinalalmada/ Tip #2: If you arrive early or want to do so sightseeing in the area, continue past the restaurant to nearby Jardim do Rio park. There, you can ride the free Elevador Panorâmico da Boca do Vento up to the top for a view of the Ponte 25 de Abril bridge and the Santuário de Cristo Rei monument (very windy up there). "
"Ponto Final in Lisbon is a charming waterfront restaurant located in Almada, just across the Tagus River from the city center. Known for its scenic views of Lisbon, this eatery offers a delightful dining experience with a mix of traditional Portuguese cuisine and a relaxed atmosphere on the river."
"This stunning restaurant serves fresh and local seafood, as well as authentic Portuguese dishes. Make sure to email them to book a table well in advance (I'm talking months). If you are unable to book a table, you can queue from 6pm to grab a walk-in table at opening time at 7pm!"

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