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 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. 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

  • 2. Azahar Cafe

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    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

  • 3. 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

  • 4. 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

  • 5. Masa

    $$ | Bakery

    An artisanal bakery and coffee shop, this spot is the perfect place to feed your midafternoon snack attack. The bread is top-notch, and there...Read More

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