Bogotá Restaurants

The most traditional recipes aim to fill the belly and ward off the cold. Soups, such as ajiaco and puchero (with chicken, pork, beef, potato, yucca, cabbage, corn, and plantain and accompanied by rice and avocado) are common on local menus. Bogotanos like to start the day off with santafereño, a steaming cup of chocolate accomp
The most traditional recipes aim to fill the belly and ward off the cold. Soups, such as ajiaco and puchero (with chicken, pork, beef, potato, yucca, cabbage, corn, and plantain and accompanied by rice and avocado) are common on local menus. Bogotanos like to start the
The most traditional recipes aim to fill the belly and ward off the cold. Soups, such as ajiaco and puchero (with chicke

The most traditional recipes aim to fill the belly and ward off the cold. Soups, such as ajiaco and puchero (with chicken, pork, beef, potato, yucca, cabbage, corn, and plantain and accompanied by rice and avocado) are common on local menus. Bogotanos like to start the day off with santafereño, a steaming cup of chocolate accompanied by a slab of cheese—you melt the cheese in the chocolate. Lunch is generally served between noon and 2. Restaurants open for dinner around 7, and the more upscale ones stay open until after midnight.

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  • 1. Andrés Carne de Res

    $$$ | Barbecue

    You'll find the city's most iconic dinner experience about 40 minutes outside of Bogotá. This multisensory, multilevel restaurant is part Burning...Read More

  • 2. El Chato

    $$$ | Latin American

    Chefs José Barbosa and Álvaro Clavijo are the driving forces behind one of Bogotá's standout restaurants that seamlessly blends Colombian products...Read More

  • 3. Nueve

    $$$ | Wine Bar

    Unobtrusively tucked away in a typical Chapinero home, the quietly cool Nueve has floor-to-ceiling wine racks that reflect more than 14 countries...Read More

  • 4. Osaka

    $$$ | Peruvian

    This newest branch of the hugely popular Osaka franchise offers a perfect rendition of the refined flavors born more than a decade ago in Lima...Read More

  • 5. Restaurante Leo

    $$$$ | Contemporary

    Arguably one of Bogotá’s best fine-dining experiences, chef Leonora Espinosa's eatery was among the first to explore the potential of Colombia...Read More

  • 6. Salvo Patria

    $$$ | Latin American

    The frequently changing, local-produce-inspired menu at this Chapinero home turned restaurant hits all the right spots, with starters like grilled...Read More

  • 7. Tres Bastardos

    $$$$ | Latin American

    This audacious concept restaurant was conceived by three young chefs–-Francisco del Valle, Julian Hoyos, and Nicholas Lopez–-who take turns...Read More

  • 8. 80 Sillas

    $$ | Peruvian

    The menu at this trendy ceviche spot reads like a fantasy list of ceviche creations, with everything from bacon to ketchup added to the Peruvian...Read More

  • 9. Abasto

    $$ | Latin American

    One of the leaders of Usaquen’s gastronomic boom, Abasto is all about using local farm-to-table ingredients in its well-prepared, modern-bistro...Read More

  • 10. Amor Perfecto

    $ | Café

    One of the pioneers in Bogotá's burgeoning coffee-shop movement, Amor Perfecto has continued to source some of the best beans around. With plenty...Read More

  • 11. Azahar Cafe

    $ | Café

    A shipping container turned coffee shop, this Parque de la 93 café has a small, inviting wooden deck with scattered tables. It's the brainchild...Read More

  • 12. Cafetería Romana

    $$ | Eclectic

    Reminiscent of a 1960s-era diner, this unpretentious neighborhood favorite in La Candelaria serves a good selection of sandwiches. Stop here...Read More

  • 13. Casa San Isidro

    $$$$ | Seafood

    Specializing in masterfully prepared seafood and white-glove service, Casa San Isidro would be worth the trip for the location alone. Perched...Read More

  • 14. Casa Vieja

    $$$ | Latin American

    Offering typical Colombian dishes, Casa Vieja is known for the quality of its ajiaco, a hearty Andean potato stew with chicken, corn, cilantro...Read More

  • 15. Catación Pública

    $ | Café

    This long, narrow shop, with a coffee lab and roastery in the back, feels equal parts café and coffee school. The walls are lined with tables...Read More

  • 16. Crêpes & Waffles Arte-Sano

    $ | Eclectic

    This unique chain of Latin American–Spanish restaurants serves—surprise!—crepes and waffles, as well as a delicious selection of ice-cream desserts...Read More

  • 17. Di Lucca

    $$ | Italian

    Perfectly located in the heart of the Zona T, this beloved Italian restaurant serves up pitch-perfect pastas and pizzas, stellar seafood dishes...Read More

  • 18. El Altillo del Sol Cafe

    $$ | Café

    Charming and plant filled, this quaint little coffee shop makes a great escape from the rush of the Sunday-market streets. Visit on a quiet...Read More

  • 19. El Patio

    $$ | Mediterranean

    None of the cutlery matches, the plates are a hodgepodge of styles, and the small dining room is crammed with tables, but all this simply adds...Read More

  • 20. Empanadas Argentinas y Algo Mas

    $ | Argentine

    Marked by it’s faded green door and small flag, this tiny kiosk brings a slice of Argentina to the streets of Usaquen, complete with a faded...Read More

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