Before team Colombia debuts in FIFA World Cup Russia 2018, know the times of the matches and where you can watch them before getting to the office.
Two entrepreneurs are churning out artisanal doughnuts in honor of their favorite historical characters and setting a trend for sweets delights in Bogotá.
Maison Kayser offers great value lunches and a menu adapted to the Colombian palate. The King of Bread also has a very sweet tooth.
Mexican chocolatier José Ramón Castillo opens his first Bogotá venture with innovative sweets crafted from conflict zone cacao.
Even though we associate this holiday season with sweet delights, the Easter egg and chocolate Bunny can be hard to find in Bogotá. Here a short list of recommended places:
An ancient Japanese art form meets traditional Iranian food at Café Origami in Bogotá’s bohemian La Macarena neighborhood.
This favorite bakery - café among residents in La Macarena offers organic food with Colombian flair.
Increasingly artisanal bakeries are leading a trend in Bogotá, with gluten-free loafs and international selections.
The froth on your mug is just the beginning at La Cesta: a very 'local' café which specializes in soups, salads and well-stacked sandwiches.
With its authentic take on French food and bakery goodies, Bagatelle continues its expansion in a bread-lovers' Bogotá.
Grazia sweetens up the Zona G with European and Colombian flavors and delicious, chocolate-centric desserts.
Looking for great grains and the best pan au chocolat the city has to offer? At Brot, it's all about the bread.
Lachoco Latera is profound chocolate philosophy, bringing new and exotic artisanal flavors to a time-honored treat.
La Candelaria's charming bakeries and trendy coffee shops offer variety, gourmet quality and quaint scenery .
Missing home for Hanukkah? Or lox and cream cheese of a New York bagel? Don’t fret. This city does have a handful of bagel masters.
A New York-inspired bistro in the heart of Bogotá's Zona G offers specialized pastries and breads.