This extremely popular restaurant and bar is always packed, so you might have to wait to be seated in the chandelier-lighted dining room or at one of the tables that spill out onto the sidewalk. A large selection of Chilean wine accompanies such favorites as cazuela (a stew of beef or chicken and potatoes) and mechada sandwiches (tender and thinly sliced beef). The restaurant also serves several signature cocktails, including many that are pisco-based but not pisco sours. There are three branches of Liguria, but this one is the original. No reservations are accepted.