Copacabana restaurants

Top Choice International in Copacabana

La Cúpula Restaurant

An inventive use of local ingredients makes up the extensive international and Bolivian menu here. The vegetarian range includes a tasty lasagna and there’s plenty for carnivores, too. Dip your way through the chees…
Top Choice International in Copacabana

La Orilla

Some say this cozy maritime-themed restaurant is the best in town, with fresh, crunchy-from-the-vine vegetables and interesting trout creations that incorporate spinach and bacon. They might just be right. Even the …
International in Copacabana

Terradentro Restaurant

This hotel restaurant has excellent views of the lake, great service and well-prepared international dishes. While it is one of the more expensive in town, it also has higher standards than some of its counterparts.…
Bakery in Copacabana

Pan America

The American owners of this bakery, which is next to the cathedral, use the profits to fund development projects in nearby rural communities. Come in the morning for coffee and yummy baked goods, and return for wine…
Cafe in Copacabana

El Condor & the Eagle Cafe

Make this cheery traveler's cafe your breakfast spot with great veggie options, French-press coffee and owners who are more than happy to offer advice on Bolivia. There's also a small bookstore and a great collectio…
Sandwiches in Copacabana

Baguette About It

The owners of Pit Stop have opened this (equally tiny) cafe next door. The focus here is on build-your-own sandwiches and craft beers. It's great for a takeaway as it's right by the tourist buses to La Paz and Peru.
Bakery in Copacabana

Pit Stop

Trust the Argentines to bring proper short espressos, rich brownies and dense cakes to Copacabana. You can find empanadas and pizza elsewhere in town, but at this hole-in-the-wall where buses stop, Luciano and Maria…
International in Copacabana

Gourmet Ali

An unassuming and brightly lit restaurant with seriously good food, including fresh takes on trout (stuffed, in a lasagna), as well as pizzas, pastas and filets of llama.
Bolivian in Copacabana

Beachfront Stalls

Some of the best trout in town is served at the beachfront stalls and can cost as little as B$25, though hygiene is questionable.
Peruvian in Copacabana


Forget Copa's ad nauseam pizzas and go for a Papa a la Huancaino (potato in spicy yellow sauce) or a chupe de camarones, and be transported across the border at this colorful restaurant. The kicker, suspira a la lim…