Cultural foods: Two restaurants in Bogotá turn tables in landmark spaces thanks to their take on Colombian cooking.
Create your own Colombian Christmas tradition using local ingredients and some culinary flair.
Constructed with shipping containers guests in this unique Bogotá´space enjoy eating out "of the box".
Planning on dating in Bogotá? The city's gastro scene offers plenty of variety for taking out that special someone.
While Santa Marta may be known for beach bars and hotel buffets, the restoration of the old city offers visitors more dining choices.
Some lesser known places in the Old City of Cartagena offer some special food choices. for visitors and locals alike.
Nostalgia and dining traditions merge at Club Colombia, a Bogotá restaurant that showcases Colombian gastronomy.
A popular lunch spot in Bogotá's financial district showcases Costeño recipes with García's international touch.
Harry's showcases both the culinary bravado of star Colombian chef Harry Sasson and architectural fusion.
Far more than a simple starch, the potato shaped history and plays a starring role in Bogotá's signature soup: Ajiaco.
Tamales are a staple of every Colombian household and are gaining in international reputation thanks to media coverage.
Chef Tomás Rueda serves Spanish-inspired cuisine in a relaxed atmosphere at Donostia behind the Museo Nacional.
At Usaquen's 7.16, the atmosphere is cozy and the eclectic menu covers the gamut from wings to Kobe beef.
Santo Pecado in Usaquén offers sinfully delicious haute cuisine takes on traditional Colombian dishes. Gluttons beware.
Mini-mal restaurant serves up the Pacific, and chef Martinez is committed to the communities of this bio-diverse region.
Tabula's Tomas Rueda believes in using simple ingredients, but the flavors he creates are anything but mundane.
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