Quinua y Amaranto
Set over two floors past a fountain-filled courtyard and small store of Botero-themed wares you'll find the location's highlight. At the...
International House Bogotá
Offers group Spanish-language courses in La Candelaria (US$220 per week for five four-hour mornings) or private tutors (US$30 per hour).
Fundación Gilberto Alzate Avendaño
This cultural institute in La Candelaria hosts many events (including dance and theater, and also some concerts). In 2008 a Goya...
You'll either be mildly satisfied (if you're American or Mexican) or head over heels (if you're from somewhere with a distinct lack of...
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Lonely Planet review
This sweet spot – run by ladies in the open-front kitchen – goes all vegetarian during the week (there's often chicken ajiaco on weekends), with tasty set lunches and empanadas, salads and coffee later on. A small section of coco leaves, baked goods and tempting chunks of artisanal cheese round out the homey offerings.