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CAFÉ GUDELIA!

Visit Barrio Italia’s brand new café—it is an absolute treat. From mouth-watering homemade menu del dias to their gorgeous-looking array of cakes, they will have you salivating in no time. You can even catch a yoga class in this work space, so you already have the perfect afternoon planned!

Where?
Av. Condell 1052, Providencia.

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BARRIO MERCADO

A café centered around the family, a place where moms can relax while their children are enjoying themselves in the playground. Sit back with a coffee in hand, enjoy a minute of peace and maybe even indulge in the menu del dia, or a healthy quinoa salad.

Where?
Malaquías Concha 356, Providencia.

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CAFE SURVENIR

In this souvenir shop you will find fresh products and cuisine inspired by the South, as well as the owner’s grandmother’s recipes. If you haven’t found quite what you’re looking for to place on the mantelpiece, you’d better top up with caffeine before returning to the shops along Caupolicán.

Where?
Av. Italia 1489, Providencia.

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CAFE SILVESTRE

This up-cycled bistro brings together the charm of a well-loved garden shed and mismatched furniture, giving it many adorable characteristics. The food here is highly recommended, whether you’re scrambling out of bed for a hearty brunch or you’re visiting to taste the acclaimed best menu del dia in Barrio Italia.

Where?
Caupolicán 511, Providencia.

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RIO PAINE WATERFALL!

From this waterfall located in the Torres del Paine park, you can see the Torres, three striking hills formed by granite-shaped rocks that gave the name to the Park. Climbers from all over the world come every year to the park to try to reach their summits by climbing their vertical walls, with interesting degrees of difficulty. Their names D ‘Agostin , central and Monzino.

Where?
Torres del Paine

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JOSÉ RAMÓN 277!

This hip sandwich shop is tucked away on a tiny street between the GAM Cultural Center and Barrio Lastarria. José Ramón 277 offers tasty artisanal beers on tap, a charming and modern atmosphere and a slightly more gourmet take on the classic Chilean sandwich.

Where?
José Ramón Gutiérrez 277, Santiago.

Reservations?
+56 9 4258 1689

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AMADEUS!

This place is a great choice not only for its pizza menu, but also for inventive salads, tasty piadinas and an extensive dessert list. Expect Napoletana-style pizzas with a huge selection of vegetarian and meat toppings.

Where?
Bustamante 50, Providencia.

More Info?
Amadeus

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GOLFO DI NAPOLI!

Owner Vincenzo Guarino hails from Naples, so there is no doubting his pizza credentials. Situated in Ñuñoa, Golfo De Napoli offers expertly made stone-baked pizzas with fresh high-quality toppings. The pasta options are definitely worth a try too!

Where?
Dublé Almeyda 2435, Santiago.
More Info?
Golfo di Napoli

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CAPPERI!

Nestled in the heart of Barrio Italia, the location alone should quell any anxieties of getting a bad pizza. Capperi is THE place to go for an amazing, authentic pizza with all the Italian trimmings. Octopus carpaccio, tasty salads and a large selection of focaccias are all also available to accompany the star attraction.

Where?
Avenida Italia 1463, Santiago.

More Info?
Capperi

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QUICK LUNCH ALEMÁN!

It’s hard to beat the hamburgers or steak churrasco sandwiches at this low-key sandwich shop in the upscale Las Condes neighborhood. Sandwiches and hamburgers made with fresh ingredients and served piping hot, Quick Lunch Alemán serves up a quick lunch that leaves a lasting impression.

Where?
Apoquindo 6240, Santiago.

Reservations?
No booking needed.

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ALBEDRIO RESTAURANT!

This modern sandwich shop doesn’t have the same legacy as other well-known Santiago eateries, but it still serves up a reliably mouth-watering sandwich with lots of topping options and is based in the city’s historic center.

Where?
Pasaje Huérfanos 640 Edificio B, Local 5, Santiago.
More Info?
Albedrio

TÍO CUCHO!

This inexpensive sandwich and hot dog shop in Santiago is great for quick and tasty takeaway food at a great price. Unlike many local restaurants, Tío Cucho is open until after midnight, making it the perfect place for a late night snack.

Where?
Benozzo Gozzoli 5542, Santiago.

THE PIZZA FACTORY!

Another of Patio Bellavista’s great international restaurants, serving healthy Italian food and pizzas. With suave interiors and mouthwatering menu, what’s not to like.

Where?
Pio Nono 59, Bellavista.

Opening Hours?
Sun-Mon = 11:00 am – 2:00 am

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SHOPERIA MUNICH!

A classic Santiago sandwich shop, Shoperia Munich serves up scrumptious sandwiches and hotdogs and is centrally located. The completos italianos come highly recommended, made with homemade mayonnaise, fresh palta (avocado) and chopped tomatoes.

Where?
Vicuña Mackenna 480, Providencia.

SILABARIO COCINA LOCAL!

Once you step foot through the door you will feel as though you are in an old Santiago home, where the mama is cooking a hearty meal for you with fresh ingredients from the Chilean countryside. Oozing flavor and character, why not try some typical Chilean cuisine, whether you opt to begin with an empanada, followed by charquicán or pastel de papa.

Where?
Lincoyán 920, Ñuñoa.
More Info?
Silabario

CENTRAL PIZZA!

Central Pizza is the go-to place for quick, cheap food to share with friends. It serves up New York-style pizzas, so expect meat-centric toppings on comforting doughy bases. The menu offers classics such as Hawaiian and pepperoni mixed in with more unusual choices like carbonara flavour.

Where?
Monjitas 608, Santiago.

More Info?
Central Pizza

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FUEGOS DE APALTA!

The owner, Francis Mallmann, is one of the best-known chefs from South America, who specializes in Argentine and Patagonian cuisine. With popular restaurants in Mendoza, Buenos Aires, Uruguay and Miami, Mallmann has also appeared on Chef’s Table.

Where?
Vina Montes, Parcela 15 Santa Cruz.

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BELLAS ARTES MUSEUM!

Modeled after the Petit Palais of Paris, Santiago’s National Fine Arts Museum is gorgeous on the inside and out. Pose in front of the dramatic sculpture “Unidos en la Gloria y en la Muerte” at the museum’s entrance before walking in. The museum is open every day except Mondays, and admission is free of charge.

Where?
José Miguel de la Barra 650, Santiago.

More info?
Bellas Artes

EL MUNDO DEL QUESO!

If you love wine and cheese, this is the place you want to be. Despite the somewhat humble exterior of El Mundo Del Queso Cheese & Wine Bar Restaurant, the modern and elegant interior doesn’t disappoint.

Where?
Providencia 1421, Providencia.

More Info?
El Mundo del Queso

PANKO SUSHI NIKKEI!

Nikkei is a term used for Peruvian-Japanese fusion, combining the best of both cuisines. Panko also incorporate many Chilean ingredients into their sushi, such as merken (smoked chilli pepper) and pebre (coriander, olive oil, chopped tomatoes, garlic and ají peppers).

Where?
Pio Nono 61, Bellavista
More info?
Panko