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RED LUXURY BAR

Another bar found in Patio Bellavista, although this one is rather more glam than the rest of the pubs. With a cosy yet sophisticated interior, you can sip on some premium liquor, fine wine, or champagne under the glistening chandelier and enjoy a civilised evening.

Where?
Constitución 53, Providencia.

More Info?
Red

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KUNSTMANN KNEIPE BREWERY

This, the Chilean-brewed Kunstmann’s beer hall, is the place to taste this local beer. Brewed in Valdivia, where you can visit and see how it’s made, they are very proud to have such a fine beer. Try one of the 15 specially brewed beers among the beer lovers of Santiago.

Where?
Constitución 57, Providencia.

More Info?
Kunstmann

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CAÑAMO COFFEE SHOP

Along José Miguel de la Barra you’ll find a handful of cafés and restaurants, Cañamo in particular. Whether you’ve been to-ing and fro-ing between the main sights in the centre of the city, you just want your fix of caffeine or a catch up with friends. This café is open till late, so you can also by beers here, from craft beer to internationally renowned brands.

Where?
Constitución 53, Providencia.

More Info?
Cañamo

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ETNIKO

After living in several different countries before arriving in Santiago, the owners of Etniko, Olivier and Christián Jeannot, created Etniko, a cosmopolitan bar offering an international menu, which is constantly being updated, in keeping with the new recipes and gastronomical discoveries around the world.

Where?
 Bellavista 172, Santiago.

More Info?
Etniko

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BAR LA NONA

If you haven`t had a beer in La Nona, you have not had beers in Bellavista. A classic of classics, La Nona is one of the most emblematic places in the sector, frequented by students and tourists, is located in the heart of Bellavista and is the perfect place to pregame before going to a nightclub.

Where?
Pio Nono 97-99, Bellavista.

More Info?
La Nona

LAMINGA

One of Bellavista’s best restaurants, Laminga serves up fruity and flavorful pisco sours. Moreover, this spot is the perfect place to order up some traditional Chilean cuisine made with fresh ingredients in a warm and friendly atmosphere.

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Laminga

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CLUB LA FERIA!

Originally an old theatre in the heart of Bellavista, La Feria is now Santiago’s most famous electronic nightclub, boasting great acoustics, a Funktion One sound system and some striking light shows.

Where?
Constitución 275, Providencia.

More Info?
La Feria

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AZUL PROFUNDO!

In the heart of Bellavista you can eat fresh fish while surrounded by art and poetry, Azul Profundo’s interiors having a similar theme to Pablo Neruda’s coastal houses. Why not taste some of the delicious local fish, including ceviche, chupes,  locos, and machas a la parmesana.

Where?
Calle Constitucion 111, Bellavista.

More Info?
Azul Profundo

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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

Source: TCT

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

EL REPUBLICANO!

Located in the bohemian neighborhood of Bellavista, El Republicano is the perfect restaurant to visit before heading to one of the many theaters in this area. Located in an old Chilean house, the decor is inspired by the golden era of the Chilean republican bourgeoisie in the 1970s.

Where?
El Republicano, Dardignac 127, Bellavista.

 

Source: TCT

COMO AGUA PARA CHOCOLATE!

A place set for romance. With a somewhat old and rustic decor, reminiscent of a country house, Como agua para chocolate tries to delight its attendants with its aphrodisiac preparations.

Where?
Constitución 88, Providencia
More Info?
Agua para Chocolate

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ELADIO RESTAURANT!!

1984, it all began when Eladio Mondiglio, a lifetime butcher, thought about how to give way to the cuts of meats that were the least sold. So, one fine day, Driving his vehicle on Pío Nono Street next to Cerro San Cristobal, he saw a piece of land in a large house that read “Se Arrienda”. The rest is the well-known story of a Bellavista classic.

Where?
Pío Nono 251, Providencia
Nueva Providencia 2250, Piso 5, Providencia
Av. Ossa 2234, La Reina
Reservations?
Eladio

Fuente: Eladio 

CIUDAD VIEJA RESTAURANT!!

To visit Ciudad Vieja is to cross the threshold of the kitchen of yesteryear where the smells wrap, where the flavors recall experiences, where the warmth makes you stay and want to return. And it is the simplest ingredients that deliver with their modesty, the pleasures of an unbeatable meal.


Where?
Constitución 92, Providencia
More Info?
Ciudad Vieja

Source:  Ciudad Vieja

THE WHITE RABBIT!

We serve favorites from the motherland with the freshest locally grown, in most cases organic and in all cases farm-to-table ingredients.

Where?
Antonia Lopez de Bello 0118, Providencia
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AZOTEA MATILDE!

Highlighted by being the first rooftop restaurant with a privileged panoramic view of the city, it is located on the slope of the emblematic San Cristobal Hill, just blocks away from the National Zoo, and in front of La Chascona, home of the renowned Chilean  poet Pablo Neruda.

Where?
 Chucre Manzur 2, Providencia
More Info?
Azotea Matilde

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040!

What makes it special? Spanish chef Sergio Barroso is part of a new wave of chefs in Chile who take inspiration from around the world while mining the country’s own rich culinary history. His sleek restaurant in a boutique hotel serves up a succession of inventive, technically accomplished dishes that are strongly influenced by molecular gastronomy.

Where?
Antonia López de Bello 40, Recoleta
Source: 040

SANTIAGO GAY!

Santiago is the only city in Chile with anything resembling an organized gay community. The scene, such as it is, centres around Bellavista, and consists of a small collection of bars, restaurants, discos and saunas.

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SantiagoGay

KROSS BAR!!

Located in Bellavista Neighbourhood, Kross Bar has one of the best Chilean beers, Kross Beer. The bar is new but Kross has more than 10 years in the commerce, also, it was in 2011 the Chilean beer most awarded abroad. You can also try this beer in our bar 😉

Where?
Dardignac 127, Providencia

More Info?
Kross Bar

UNCLE FLETCH!!

Fletcher Davis was, by trade, a potter. He had a flair to preparing food and when the business slowed down, he opened his little lunch counter next to the drugstore where he sold the legendary sandwich. Unkle Fletch recipe has landed in Santiago and is waiting for you to taste it!!

Where?
Uncle Fletch