Fare Magazine – Issue 11: Lisbon
Fare is a food-focused travel magazine, exploring the depth of culture in a single city.
Each issue is guided by locals of the city. We try to use as many local writers, photographers, and illustrators as possible, so that in addition to expert insight, you also get a sense of the creative aesthetic.
Lisbon's steep, sun-drenched hills are home to crumbling tiled facades, pastel hues, and landscaped parks. In a city awash with new opportunities, Lisboetas still share in their collective memory of the city's past.
In Fare: Lisbon:
- Trace the history of the traditional pastries and sweets borne out of Portugal's convents, including the famous pastel de nata
- Visit Taberna do Calhau, where architect-turned-chef Leopoldo Calhau has designed a modern homage to Alentejo taberna culture
- Hear the stories of Lisbon's rescued neon signs from days gone by—and the graphic designers who turned their lives upside down to preserve them
- Meet the producers making grogue—and preserving Cape Verdean culture—in the city's hidden sugarcane fields
- Wander through the Alfama to find the sorrowful soul of the fado houses
- Explore the city through the eyes and found-objects of collector and designer Joana Astolfi
~200 pages of full-colour photographs, illustrations, original articles, interviews and essays
170mm x 240 mm, lithographically printed on Munken Print White and Amadeus Silk stock; perfect bound