From high-class, renowned establishments to tiny local spots serving traditional food, Bogotá has many places to offer.
Leo: Run by and named for one the country’s most celebrated chefs Leonor Espinosa.
Harry Sasson: With 30 years of experience, Harry Sasson is perhaps Colombia’s most famous chef. His eponymous 20-year-old restaurant is known for its service, consistency, ambiance, and for the quality of its ingredients.
Osaka: is one of the hottest tickets in town and a nearly impossible-to-score table for three reasons: excellent food, a charming ambience, and good service.
Andrés Carne de Res: It specializes in grilled meats and typical Colombian dishes.
Bogotá is no exception to the country and offers a wide variety of styles after dark.
Jhonny Cay Reggae Bar.
Zona T or Zona Rosa.