Cambria

32,000 COP – 48,000 COP

  • The Vibe: Cozy
  • What to Try: Try their alcoholic coffees and make sure to order a plate of French toast!
  • Pro Tips: This spot is one of the few places open for early risers. Just be aware that the service is a little 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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Azai Natura

12,000 COP – 20,000 COP

  • The Vibe: Hippie
  • What to Try: Get any of the açai bowls and make sure to pair it with one of their lattes or cold-pressed juices
  • Pro Tips: It’s a pretty small spot, so it’s better suited to groups of 1-3 people than larger families.

 

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Almonte

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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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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Seré

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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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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Amoratto

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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JamaiCamarón

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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