Bogota’s rich gastronomic offer has turned the city into a favorite destination among lovers of good food. Apart from the places for traditional, typical or homemade food, found in the marketplaces La Perseverancia, La Concordia or 12 de Octubre, in the Colombian capital you can enjoy areas with gastronomic circuits full of signature or high-end restaurants.
Do you know which are the gastronomic areas of Bogota?
1. Zona G (Zone G). Located between Carreras 4ª and 7ª and streets 69 and 72, in the most exclusive area of the Chapinero neighborhood. It is characterized by its haute cuisine restaurants, in architecture transformed for exquisite experiences.
2. La Macarena. This neighborhood, which is also known for welcoming artists, actors, writers and students, is located in the eastern hills.
3. La Candelaria. This historic neighborhood is a must for tourists. Its streets and colonial houses gather museums, theaters, cafes, cultural centers, and restaurants of typical and international food.
4. Parque de la 93 (93 Park). This park, located in one of the most exclusive areas of Bogota, has a varied gastronomic and leisure offer.
5. Usaquén. It was formerly a neighboring town that in the mid-twentieth century was integrated into the capital district. Its cobblestone streets, its main square, and its sophisticated gastronomic offerings are one of the main attractions of Bogota.
6. Chapinero. This new gastronomic jewel in Bogota brings together independent and signature cuisine alternatives, of all ranges and for all tastes, especially related to healthy food.
7. Quinta Camacho. Its English-style houses and tree-lined streets are home to casual restaurants, cafes, tea rooms, and bars.
8. Zona T (Zone T). This zone gets its name from the two perpendicular streets that make it up. It is one of the capital’s favorite places to spend the afternoon.
9. Zona Rosa (Pink Zone). In the El Retiro neighborhood, among exclusive boutiques and shopping malls, visitors can enjoy a variety of restaurants, bars, pubs, and nightclubs.