Chiado is the highest part of the city of Lisbon, Portugal, near the high neighborhood. ¨Bairro Alto¨ was a popular neighborhood, filled with workers and very poor people, but is now richer while still being bohemian, full of artists and writers. Chiado is an elegant place with theaters, bookstores, cafes and lots of old international luxury stores. It is one of the most coveted areas of the city. The main streets of Uptown are the ¨Rua do Norte¨, the ¨Atalaia Rua¨ and ¨Rua do Diário¨ . In Chiado there is a restaurant that opened in 1784, and is called the Tavares Rico. It serves customers with fine antique porcelain.