Restaurants

Top Choice Pizzeria in Caracas

Evio's Pizza

There’s pizza and then there’s the city’s best. When famous Venezuelan musician Evio di Marzo isn’t performing, he makes gourmet pizza and a fusion menu he terms 'bol-che-vista' (BOL-ivariano, CHE-guevarista and cha…
Top Choice International in Caracas

La Casa Bistro

Few places stand out in run down Caracas as much as this gleaming temple of sophistication, where you may have to wait for a table at breakfast or lunch due to its fearsome neighborhood popularity. The international…
Top Choice Italian in Caracas

Come a Casa

An instantly likable Sicilian restaurant in the heart of Los Palos Grandes, Come a Casa serves up daily specials, stellar salads, interesting appetizers and a full pasta and risotto list. There's even excellent Vene…
South American in Caracas

La Guayaba Verde

This wonderful comida venezolana hotspot got an upgrade both in space and location, moving from the edgier center to the safe confines of Santa Eduvigis. Here you’ll find Chef Eduardo Castañeda’s healthy-ish takes o…
in Caracas

Nobu

It’s not everyday that sushi this good comes this cheap, nor is it usually paired with Thai food, but you’ll cure the Asian cravin’ here, at any rate. Nobu is one of a string of modish restaurants with terrace seati…
South American in Caracas

La Cocina de Francy

Instead of Spanish fare, this tasca-style restaurant specializes in delicious Venezuelan cuisine rooted in ancestral recipes. Check out the pelao guayanés, a soulful chicken stew laced with herbs and olive oil, or t…
in Caracas

El Caserio

This charming, Spanish-owned tasca features low, wood-beamed ceilings extending out from an atmospheric central bar, the whole surroundings of which are packed on weekends and for important soccer matches. The seafo…
Cafe in Caracas

Café Casa Veroes

For some of the city's best coffee, search out this hidden, open-air cafe tucked away in the leafy backyard of a home-turned-museum donated by the Polar beer family – it’s a true local’s secret. There’s a rotating c…
Venezuelan in Caracas

El Méson de Caracas

A dash of formality marks this all-but-hidden place as an oasis of old-world calm amid the chaos of downtown. Tuxedo-sporting waiters and a classic rectangular wooden bar add to the sense of the surviving spirit of …
in Caracas

Alto

Caraqueños bowed down to Chef Carlos Garcia’s bold cuisine and decor from the moment the doors opened in 2007: Alto became an instant culinary icon. Local ingredients built around a vanguard Euro-Catalonian framewor…