For those searching for familiar tastes or an introduction to U.S. cuisine, don't miss these ultimate examples of Gringo gastronomy.
The Market offers customizable dining options around the clock, making it a novelty in Bogotá, where many restaurants close early.
El Comedor in the Rosales neighborhood, offers fresh twists on comfort food in a cozy locale and won't bust your wallet.
La Fama puts a Colombian touch on the time-tested tradition of a Texas barbecue.
Rosales restaurant Armadillo combines the best of Californian cuisine with authentic Colombian flavours.
Lunch or dinner, the beef patties of Sierra Nevada are a welcome addition to those looking for an affordable hamburger.
Perserving American culinary traditions and historical cocktails makes the ‘Ugly American’ the talk of this gastronomy town.
In an increasingly crowded burger market, we present another installment of our best Bogotá burger ranking.
La Mina revolves around exotic salts and earthy flavors, taking decor cues from the Salt Cathedral of Zipaquira.
For Thanksgiving there are places to find the traditional bird, as well as all the stuffing. Bogotá is full of surprises for the expat missing home.
This restaurant in Chicó has stayed true to a menu of barbecue, salads and sandwiches for three decades.
From fascinating Gins and to insatiable cheesecake, Upper Side is a very New York dining experience.
A “speakeasy” in Quinta Camacho serves one of a kind cocktails by master mixologist and founder Gonzalo Marín.