Fodor's Expert Review Bandido Brewing
Ecuador's craft beer scene is small but growing, and the best way to taste it is at Quito's first microbrewery, less than 10 minutes' walk from Iglesia de San Agustín. An 1850s colonial building is the grand setting for this expat hot spot, where the six pizzas on offer go nicely with the six taps of craft beer. The chocolate stout, heavy and smooth, is a treat after a long day of sightseeing. If you prefer something lighter, the crisp, spicy Honey Ginger Saison, made with fresh ginger and local honey, pairs well with the wild boar pizza. Bandido brews has a space near Metropolitan Park, open weekdays 10–5, so true brewheads can pay a visit.
Calle Olmedo 1–136 near Fermin Cevallos