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  • 1. Ayahuasca

    Barranco | Bars/Pubs

    The refurbished 19th-century mansion that houses Ayahuasca would be worth visiting even if it wasn't Barranco's chicest bar. The wild decor...

    The refurbished 19th-century mansion that houses Ayahuasca would be worth visiting even if it wasn't Barranco's chicest bar. The wild decor—it is named for the hallucinogen used by Amazonian tribes—and light menu only adds to the allure.

    Av. Prolongación San Martín 130, Lima, Lima, 04, Peru
    01-247–6751
  • 2. Bar Hotel Maury

    El Centro | Bars/Pubs

    This handsomely wood-paneled hotel bar is where the pisco sour took on its definitive final form. The man responsible, Don Eloy Cuadros, has...

    This handsomely wood-paneled hotel bar is where the pisco sour took on its definitive final form. The man responsible, Don Eloy Cuadros, has learned his trade well: after 60 years on the job, he still whips up refreshing cocktails that are a perfect break from sightseeing in El Centro.

    Jr. Ucayali 201, Lima, Lima, Peru
    01-428–8188
  • 3. Barra 55

    Barranco | Bars/Pubs

    This stylish lounge has quickly become Lima's hippest night spot. The décor is Nordic; the drink of choice, gin and tonic; the cuisine, tapas...

    This stylish lounge has quickly become Lima's hippest night spot. The décor is Nordic; the drink of choice, gin and tonic; the cuisine, tapas. There's no sign outside, but the super-cool welcome from the bartenders makes it clear you're in the right place.

    Av. 28 de Julio 206D, Lima, Lima, Peru
    986-634–193
  • 4. Barranco Beer Company

    Barranco | Brewpubs/Beer Gardens

    Bored with Peru's beer selection? This microbrewery a block north of Barranco's Parque Municipal not only offers several house brews, but also...

    Bored with Peru's beer selection? This microbrewery a block north of Barranco's Parque Municipal not only offers several house brews, but also has sandwiches on home-baked bread, empanadas, and blue-corn pizza.

    Av. Grau 308, Lima, Lima, 04, Peru
    01-247–6211
  • 5. Bitter Cocktail Club

    Bars/Pubs

    The bartenders at this hipster grotto have really nailed the speakeasy vibe: you need to request a password through the bar's website to be...

    The bartenders at this hipster grotto have really nailed the speakeasy vibe: you need to request a password through the bar's website to be allowed to enter. What awaits you inside are some of the most delicious drinks in Lima, as well as red curtains, leather sofas, and a generally cool vibe.

    Av. Conquistadores 556, San Isidro, Lima, Peru
    967-121–217
  • 6. Brisas del Titicaca

    El Centro | Themed Entertainment

    Run by a nonprofit cultural association, this supper-club theater showcases Peru's colorful danzas folklóricas , especially those from Puno...

    Run by a nonprofit cultural association, this supper-club theater showcases Peru's colorful danzas folklóricas, especially those from Puno, near Lake Titicaca. The music, costumes, and virtuosic footwork evoke the joyous frenzy of the region's Virgen de la Candelaria festival. Take a cab when you go; the theater is a bit hard to find.

    Jr. Héroes de Tarapacá 168, Lima, Lima, Peru
    01-715–6960
  • 7. Carnaval

    Bars/Pubs

    This posh cocktail emporium is the brainchild of Aaron Díaz, former beverage director at Astrid y Gastón and expert mixologist at high-end bars...

    This posh cocktail emporium is the brainchild of Aaron Díaz, former beverage director at Astrid y Gastón and expert mixologist at high-end bars throughout Latin America. Using ingredients such as green Chartreuse, elderberry juice, and mescal, he whips up drinks that have Lima's smart set raving. The snacks are outstanding, too.

    Av. Pardo y Aliaga 662, inside an office building, San Isidro, Lima, Peru
    986-787–755
  • 8. Chocolate Bar

    Bars/Pubs

    Above the restaurant Como Agua Para Chocolate, Chocolate Bar has the best selection of tequila in Lima and serves a great margarita. ...

    Above the restaurant Como Agua Para Chocolate, Chocolate Bar has the best selection of tequila in Lima and serves a great margarita.

    Pancho Fierro 108, San Isidro, Lima, 27, Peru
    01-222–0174
  • 9. Cocodrilo Verde

    Miraflores | Live Music

    Two blocks west of Parque Kennedy, Cocodrilo Verde features some of Peru's best musicians, plus visiting acts that play everything from jazz...

    Two blocks west of Parque Kennedy, Cocodrilo Verde features some of Peru's best musicians, plus visiting acts that play everything from jazz to salsa and bossa nova. Shows start anytime between 9 and 11 pm, depending on the night.

    Cl. Francisco de Paula Camino 226, Lima, Lima, 18, Peru
    01-242–7583
  • 10. El Bolivarcito

    El Centro | Bars/Pubs

    This popular bar just to the right of the Hotel Bolívar's entrance overlooks the Plaza San Martín and makes a wicked pisco sour. Or step inside...

    This popular bar just to the right of the Hotel Bolívar's entrance overlooks the Plaza San Martín and makes a wicked pisco sour. Or step inside to the main bar and restaurant, which offer tables on an elevated terrace and a more subdued setting.

    Gran Hotel Bolívar, Jr. de la Unión 958, Lima, Lima, 01, Peru
    01-619–7171
  • 11. El Tayta

    Miraflores | Live Music

    On the second floor of an old building across from Parque Kennedy, El Tayta has live guitar music (mostly Latin pop) performed by duos or trios. ...

    On the second floor of an old building across from Parque Kennedy, El Tayta has live guitar music (mostly Latin pop) performed by duos or trios.

    Av. José Larco 437, Lima, Lima, 18, Peru
    01-242–4958

    Nightlife Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Sun.
  • 12. Huaringas

    Miraflores | Bars/Pubs

    Occupying several floors of a lovely old house next to the restaurant Brujas de Cachiche, Huaringas is a pleasant place for a drink, though...

    Occupying several floors of a lovely old house next to the restaurant Brujas de Cachiche, Huaringas is a pleasant place for a drink, though it can get packed on weekends.

    Ovalo Bolognesi 460, Lima, Lima, 18, Peru
    01-222–2147
  • 13. Jazz Zone

    Miraflores | Live Music

    It's easy to miss the Jazz Zone, hidden in a colonial-style shopping complex called El Suche. Head up a bright-red stairway to the dimly lit...

    It's easy to miss the Jazz Zone, hidden in a colonial-style shopping complex called El Suche. Head up a bright-red stairway to the dimly lit second-story lounge for performances of everything from Latin jazz to blues and flamenco, with salsa or other dance music on weekends. Shows start at 10:30.

    Pje. El Suche, Av. La Paz 656, Lima, Lima, 18, Peru
    01-241–8139

    Nightlife Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Sun.
  • 14. Juanito

    Barranco | Bars/Pubs

    Facing Barranco's main square is one of the neighborhood's most venerable establishments, though the premises definitely veer toward the bare...

    Facing Barranco's main square is one of the neighborhood's most venerable establishments, though the premises definitely veer toward the bare-bones and bohemian. Built by Italian immigrants in 1905, the former pharmacy is packed nightly with limeños drawn by the cheap drinks, historic setting, and ham sandwiches.

    Av. Grau 270, Lima, Lima, 04, Peru
    941-536–016
  • 15. La Candelaria

    Barranco | Themed Entertainment

    Drawing a mix of locals and foreigners, La Candelaria is located in an attractive art deco building a couple blocks east of Barranco's Parque...

    Drawing a mix of locals and foreigners, La Candelaria is located in an attractive art deco building a couple blocks east of Barranco's Parque Municipal. The restaurant opens at 9 pm and shows combining the folklore of the coast, mountains, and jungle start at 10:30 on Friday and Saturday night, and end around 2 am. There's a cover charge for the show, and food and drink are à la carte.

    Av. Bolognesi 292, Lima, Lima, 04, Peru
    01-247–1314
  • 16. La Cuina de Bonilla

    Miraflores | Tapas Bars

    One of a dozen bars on Calle Manuel Bonilla, La Cuina is known for its ample selection of tapas—from mushrooms sautéed with garlic to tortilla...

    One of a dozen bars on Calle Manuel Bonilla, La Cuina is known for its ample selection of tapas—from mushrooms sautéed with garlic to tortilla española (Spanish omelet)—and selection of microbrewery beers, but the tables out front are a nice spot for a drink.

    Ca. Manuel Bonilla 124, Lima, Lima, 18, Peru
    01-241–2189
  • 17. La Dama Juana

    Barranco | Themed Entertainment

    The most tourist-friendly peña, La Dama Juana offers 90-minute shows in an atmospheric Spanish-colonial-style building in Barranco. Performances...

    The most tourist-friendly peña, La Dama Juana offers 90-minute shows in an atmospheric Spanish-colonial-style building in Barranco. Performances start at 8:30 pm, and a traditional Peruvian buffet is served from 7:30 to 10 pm. There's also a Sunday show that starts at 2:30 pm; the buffet opens at 12:20.

    Av. República de Panamá 240, Lima, Lima, 04, Peru
    01-248–7547
  • 18. La Noche

    Barranco | Live Music

    La Noche is in a funky old house at the far end of the pedestrian street lined with bars known as El Bulevar de Barranco. The building includes...

    La Noche is in a funky old house at the far end of the pedestrian street lined with bars known as El Bulevar de Barranco. The building includes a concert hall with a separate entrance (and admission fee) where local rock, Latin pop, and jazz bands perform. It's a great place for a drink even if you don't see the show.

    Pje. Sanchez Carrión 199A, at Av. Bolognesi, Lima, Lima, 04, Peru
    01-247–1012
  • 19. La Oficina

    Barranco | Themed Entertainment

    This lively peña is one of the most famous in the city. Weekend shows of Afro-Peruvian music from the country's south coast culminate with a...

    This lively peña is one of the most famous in the city. Weekend shows of Afro-Peruvian music from the country's south coast culminate with a brindis (toast) around 2 am, when hundreds of pisco-sour glasses are raised.

    Cl. Enrique Barrón 441, Lima, Lima, Peru
    01-247–6544

    Nightlife Details

    Rate Includes: Closed evenings Mon.–Wed. and Sun. all day
  • 20. La Posada del Ángel

    Barranco | Live Music

    La Posada del Ángel is decorated with a wild collection of antiques and art, including statues of angels. It's one of the few bars in Barranco...

    La Posada del Ángel is decorated with a wild collection of antiques and art, including statues of angels. It's one of the few bars in Barranco suited to conversation, and guitarists perform Latin American classics from 10 pm to 2 am. The bar has two more locations just down the street at Prolongación San Martín 157 and Avenida Pedro de Osma 222.

    Av. Pedro de Osma 164, Lima, Lima, 04, Peru
    01-247–0341

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