One of Lisbon’s broadly popular clubs and the first to open on this dockland stretch during the mid-1990s, Docks Club is yet to pass its peak. Catering for all crowds, from poor-of-pocket students to local wheeler-dealers, it’s a no-nonsense party affair.
The music policy is whatever sells and the culture of DJ worship is notably absent. There’s only one objective for the evening and that’s to knock back as many alcopops as is humanly possible. Docks is certainly cheesy, but unlike many other clubs in the city does not have aspirations beyond its station: no hassle, no attitude and certainly no frills.