Some Argentinean newcomers are expanding wine scene in Bogotá and best enjoyed with the grilled meats.
Bogotá's new Cantina y Punto serves up serious Mexican cuisine without the cliches and at reasonable prices.
The famous Guayaquil seafood restaurant opens its doors in a renovated Rosales house and boasts an impressive selection of dishes.
The monolithic structures of the peruvian restaurant 14 Inkas is home to a dining experience based on tradition.
The dining experience of La Despensa is accentuated by many settings; including an outdoor terrace for the casual "get together."
Chef Navarro's spicy dishes makes this Mexican restaurant a must on the city's gastronomy circuit.
With 2,300 bottles of the Mexican agave, Bogotá's Museo del Tequila promises great Mexican cuisine and mariachi at your table.
Rafael, in the Zona G showcases the absolute best of fine Peruvian gastronomy with succulent and exotic flavors.
Bogotá may not be Colombia's beef capital, but there are still plenty of options when looking for a juicy steak.