Food & Beverages Partners
Sumol + Compal is the result of the merge between Sumol and Compal, two brands that operate in the drinks sector in Portugal. The company was founded in 2008 and since then it’s main goal is to create high-quality fruit drinks, liquid refreshement beverages, waters, beers, canned vegetables and tomato derivatives. To satisfy the demands of clients and consumers Sumol + Compal invests on innovative, natural and healthy products. Sumol + Compal currently employs 1600 people and it's present in 70 countries.
The company portfolio of brands includes “SUMOL”, “COMPAL”, “B!”, “UM BONGO”, “ÁGUA SERRA DA ESTRELA”, “FRIZE” and “GUD”, but the company also represents the brands “PEPSI”, “7UP”, “GATORADE”, “GUARANÁ ANTARCTICA”, “ESTRELLA DAMM” and “TAGUS”.
"Casa de Santo António" (Saint Anthony's House) is a portuguese non profit organisation which supports teenage mothers in difficulty.
"Casa dos Sabores" (House of Flavours) is a project by "Casa de Santo António" that consists of daily selling high quality dishes made by professionals, making it possible to financially help the organisation since its profit entirely reverts to social causes.
This year, as shown in the programme, all lunches offered by the communications experts will be catered by this charitable organisation.
Just 3 minutes away from easyHotel you can find Chef Vítor Sobral's renowned restaurant "Sai Prego", where the traditional Portuguese “prego” is the star of the menu. Here you can try more than 7 versions of this portuguese dish - from traditional to more alternative meals - and many other specialties created by Chef Vítor Sobral. This restaurant is well known for the modern touch given to traditional portuguese food, making it impossible to miss this experience.
Address: Rua do Conde Redondo, 64A Lisboa
Situated in downtown Lisbon, "Casa do Alentejo" is an Association that represents Alentejo - the largest region of Portugal in wich are held the best beaches in Europe according to "The Guardian" in 2015. Alentejo is also known for its cultural and historical value, making it an amazing destination.
"Casa do Alentejo", housed in a Palace from the late 17th century, stands out not only because of the impressive monumental building but also because of the amazing restaurant with regional food, from the most delicious tidbits to the most elaborate dishes, featuring wines and intricate desserts, acompanied by dances and songs typical of the Alentejo region.
Rua Portas de Santo Antão, 58, 1150-268 Lisbon