barrio lastarria

BAR BERRI!

Bar Berri is a classic of the Lastarria neighborhood. This place is located in El Rosal street and stands out for its antique furniture and for being very beautiful. Among the specialties of the house, fried pine pies, hamburgers and craft beers are recommended.

Where?
Rosal 321, Santiago.

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CAFÉ BERLIN!

This popular hangout just off José Victorino Lastarria – the main artery of the neighbourhood – draws in the bearded and moustached Santiago population. With its quirky industrial interior, dangling metal light fixtures and a splash of colour, the place is extremely aesthetically pleasing.

Where?
Padre Luis de Valdivia 339, Santiago.

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CAFÉ WONDERLAND

Jump down the rabbit hole and arrive in Alice’s Wonderland. This café is brimming with character, from the little potion pots the teas are served in, to the trunks and sofas from a bygone era. What’s more, the food and drink will not dishearten you, from full English breakfasts and tasty brunches, to vegan cakes.

Where?
Rosal 361, Santiago.

Source: TCT

CAFÉ FORESTAL

Opposite the Bellas Artes Museum is this sweet little café, and the coffees are not to be missed. On a cold day, opt for a warming hot chocolate, or choose from one of their many herbal teas.

Where?
Ismael Valdés Vergara 490, Santiago.

Source: TCT

PATIO DIVAN!

A great cheap and cheerful bar that has a selection of variations of the pisco sour – we recommend the ginger and honey pisco sour. As you walk past the kitchen you will no doubt smell the whiffs of delicious food, tempting you to dine out on the patio as well as take advantage of their affordable drinks.

Where?
José Victorino Lastarria 202, Santiago.

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BAJO LLAVE!!

Located in the hip neighborhood of Barrio Lastarria, this cozy bar is the perfect place to take a break from Santiago’s bustling streets. The hidden, subterranean character of the location adds to Bajo Llave’s dark, cave-like charm, making it the perfect place to combine a meal with the first few drinks of the evening.

Where?
Nueva Rosal 344, Barrio Lastarria, Santiago.

More Info?
Bajo Llave

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OPERA CATEDRAL!

The Opera Catedral is the perfect place to combine food, drinks, and music. The setting is informal yet intriguing, and the restaurant is a magnet for young adults. It is an integral part of Santiago’s nightlife thanks to its blend of quality food, dance atmosphere and great live music.

Where?
Opera Catedral, Merced 395, Santiago.

Source: TCT

CHIPE LIBRE!

In “Chipe Libre” the pisco is the king. This place called the Independent Republic of Pisco, brings together the best exponents of this alcohol from Chile and Peru, hence the name of the restaurant. If you like Pisco or you’ve never tried it, this is your place!

Where? 
José Victorino Lastarria 282, Barrio Lastarria
More Info?
Chipe Libre 

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MULATO!

The concept behind Mulato is simple yet admirable; to create a form of local synergy between the restaurant and the neighborhood by using only ingredients that are sourced from the surrounding markets.

Where?
Jose Victorino Lastarria 305-307, Santiago.

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PANKO!

Panko Restaurant wants to be the new proposal of Santiago, with unique and sublime dishes in its menu you will find all kinds of ingredients and preparations, perfect for every taste. You can see in front of you all the preparations of the hand of its excellent team.


Where?
José Victorino Lastarria 53Santiago.
More Info?
Panko

CAFÉ AL PASO GIRASOL!

Cafe Girasol is a small place in Lastarria where are sold packed lunches, sandwiches, quiches, pies and salads.  Also, rich cupcakes, lemon pie, banana and carrot cakes among many other varieties of desserts. In addition it’s an emporium where you can find a variety of gourmet products such as organic fruit tea, olive oil, honey, homemade jams, gourmet pastas, organic matte and vegetarian and vegan products such as pies, pastries and breads Vegan. 😉

Where?
José Victorino Lastarria 3 · Lastarria