Must see restaurants in Arica

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    Los Aleros de 21

    One of Arica's best restaurants serves up excellent grilled meat and seafood dishes amid wood paneling and an old-fashioned ambience. Service is generally…

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    Across the street from Playa Chinchorro, Rayú has earned a strong following for its creative menu that fuses Italian and Peruvian dishes. The upscale,…

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    A bit outside the center, open-sided Lucano has an easygoing charm with checkered tablecloths, outdoor tables and a soundtrack of American soul, funk and…

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    Superb seafood is served at this adorable spot hanging over the harbor by the fishing jetty. A wooden shack-style place packed with wind chimes, it has a…

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    Salon de Te 890

    Come to this cheerful teahouse for pizzas, sandwiches and heavenly sweet cakes served in a pair of pastel-colored rooms with old-timey decoration. Don't…

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    Treat yourself to a superb seafood meal complete with snappily attired servers and sea views at this villa-style restaurant next to Playa El Laucho…

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    Take a break from meat and fish at this welcoming vegetarian eatery around the corner from the cathedral. The menu changes daily and might feature the…

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    One of several appealing indoor-outdoor eateries facing Plaza Colón, Mousse serves a great variety of pastas and pizzas, plus breakfast fare, tostadas …

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    Boulevard Vereda Bolognesi

    Hip little shopping mall with a clutch of cool cafes, restaurants and bars. Choose between a Peruvian joint, an Italian restaurant or a sushi bar, and eat…

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    Cafe del Mar

    On the lively pedestrian lane, the ever-popular Cafe del Mar has a big menu of salads, crepes, burgers and sandwiches, plus first-rate coffee. Grab a…

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    El Arriero

    This old-school eatery is perfect for red-blooded carnivores who don't mind waiting for an old-fashioned parrillada (mixture of grilled meats). Expect…

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    Mercado Central

    Very much a local's market, specializing in fresh produce, cheap clothing, food stalls and plenty of Bolivian imports.