This multilevel complex of bars, eateries, cafés, and souvenir shops, which stretches from Pío Nono to Constitución, and between Calle Bellavista and Dardignac, has become a centerpoint of Bellavista, somewhat defying its more bohemian reputation. Still, it fills day and night with Chileans and foreigners alike, by offering a little bit of everything, including tourist offices, the occasional free concert or cueca (national dance) performance in the central plaza,
a live music space, a theater, galleries, and an Irish pub, French bistro, and Peruvian and Middle-Eastern restaurants. There's even a Starbucks and a McDonald's. The patio is open daily from 8 am until the wee hours of the morning, though on Sunday they call it an early night and close by 2 am. Shops are open 10–9. Underground parking is at Bellavista 052.