There are shops that defy definition as the items they carry cannot be easily classified. That would be the case of Fabrico Infinito (Rua Dom Pedro V, 74), which could be defined as a furniture store were it not for its offering of existentialist books or ultra-stylish fashion magazines. As the Brazilian designer Marcela Brunken landed in Lisbon in 2007, she created this multidisciplinary space that has become one of the top spots for aesthete travellers. Besides enjoying its fine wooden furniture, you can go out and sit in its cosy garden for a coffee with a Belém cake. You will surely notice the coolness of its offering but also that of the store's clientele, usually distilling modernity and good taste. A few steps further is the Pavilhão Chinês (Rua Dom Pedro V, 89), one of the most charming cafes of the city for its decoration.
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