There’s nothing like starting your day off on the right foot, and if you need breakfast in Medellin to jumpstart your day, we’ve got your back. Here are some of our top recommendations for where to eat early (or mid-morning) in Manila Medellin.

When it’s time for breakfast, there are lots of tasty places to try. Some of them are just around the corner from the Landmark, while others are within walking distance of the neighborhood.


32,000 COP – 48,000 COP

  • The Vibe: Cozy
  • What to try: Try their coffees with alcohol and be sure to order a plate of torrijas!
  • Pro Tips: This place is one of the few open for early risers. Be aware that the service is a bit slow.

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Hacienda – Manila

10,000 COP – 106,900 COP

  • The Vibe: Rustic
  • What to Try: Order the calentado, a typical Paisa meal. Make sure to pair it with a steaming cup of Juan Valdez coffee! 
  • Pro Tips: The restaurant opens at 9:00 am, so don’t come too early. The meals are also pretty filling.

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20,000 COP – 50,000 COP

  • The Vibe: Rustic
  • What to Try: Scrambled eggs with hot chocolate in agua panela. 
  • Pro Tips: The meals here are relatively small, so they’re great for a light breakfast. Plus, it’s right around the corner from the hotel!

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Who doesn’t love sipping on mimosas on a Sunday morning? If you’re after a great brunch place, be sure to check out some of these snazzy spots around Manila Medellin.

Smash Café

8,000 COP – 30,000 COP
  • The Vibe: Modern
  • What to Try: Order the falafel wrap with the King’s green freshly-squeezed juice. If you want something sweet, finish with the avocado lime cheesecake.
  • Pro Tips: The café is adjoined to the hotel so you can swing down there in your pajamas if you need to! Plus, make sure to go upstairs for a quieter work zone if you’ll be staying there for a while.

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Hija Mia Coffee

8,000 COP – 30,000 COP
  • The Vibe: Hipster
  • What to Try: Order a flat white and the lox bagel. If you’ve still got room, finish off with one of their alfajores!
  • Pro Tips: Stick to the larger café in the nearby hostel for brunch. But, if you just want an afternoon pick-me-up, head up to the smaller café next to Urvino.

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Ganso & Castor

40,000 COP – 70,000 COP
  • The Vibe: Rustic
  • What to Try: Order any of the eggs and pair them with the Kir Royale cocktail. They also make great coffee.
  • Pro Tips: The place gets busy for brunch service, but is very quiet until about 11:00 am, especially on weekends.

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30,000 COP – 60,000 COP

  • The Vibe: Rustic
  • What to Try: Make sure to order one of their toasts, as they’re famous for bread. Pair it with a super smooth Americano.
  • Pro Tips: They have very cheap mimosas, so it’s a great spot if you’re wanting to enjoy some brunch.

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Pokawa Colombia

19,900 COP – 24,900 COP
  • The Vibe: Surfer
  • What to Try: The Super Proteína is a bowl that lets you try a bit of everything. They also offer açai bowls for dessert, if you’d rather go for something sweet.
  • Pro Tips: The space is connected to two other great restaurants. Plus, there’s a pool table and dancing upstairs at night.

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Need a quick mid-morning pick-me-up to get you through the long days of exploring Medellin? Check out some of the best places to get a snack in Medellin, all of which are located right around the corner from Manila’s Landmark hotel!

Philly Steaks & Bistro

24,000 COP – 40,000 COP
  • The Vibe: Old-timey What to Try: Try any of their gelato flavors! They also offer classic American snacks like loaded cheese fries that are pretty great. Pro Tips: The spot is pretty small, but offers great outdoor seating. It’s a fun place to hang out on a hot afternoon.

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10,000 COP – 20,000 COP

  • The Vibe: Quaint
  • What to Try: Their DIY ice cream bars. Add up to three toppings, choose a chocolate dip, and then top with more molten chocolate. Yum!
  • Pro Tips: If no one is behind the ice cream bar, ask in Western Wings. The shops are connected and they’ll attend to you right away.

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10,000 COP – 45,000 COP
  • The Vibe: Street Food
  • What to Try: They only sell ceviche, but it’s great stuff! It comes with a little packet of crackers to dip in the sauce.
  • Pro Tips: This is a small spot that is great for a quick snack but not great for crowds of people. You can take your ceviche to go!

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