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  • 1

    La Piojera

    If you're gonna come to Santiago, you should come to this place and have a "Terromoto" cocktail. That's a drink made with wine, pineapple ice cream, and a little Fernet. As the ice cream melts, the drink gets better. This place has a great ambience. And, if you went to Pat O'Brien's in New Orleans to try a "Hurricane", you ...

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    Emporio La Rosa

    In another life, I lived in Santiago for three years to study at one of the best Comparative Literature programs in the world. It took me a year and a half to discover Emporio La Rosa and two full minutes after that to realize that my relationship with ice cream had forever been changed. Not only is Emporio stupid-cute (old-timey ...

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  • 3

    The Clinic

    6 reviews

    The Clinic is both a bar/restaurant and independent cinema, but it is also famous for producing its own independent newspaper in Santiago. The paper is known for its distinctive, satirical tone, and the people who frequent The Clinic are generally interested in the arts, politics, and the environment. There’s a place for you to store your bicycle when you enter… ...

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    4 reviews

    Pretty tasty pizzas, and their salmon carpaccio is GREAT!

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  • 5

    Donde Augusto

    3 reviews

    Donde Augusto is my favorite restaurant in the Mercado Central in downtown Santiago, Chile. The seafood is to die for, and the papas fritas (french fries) where hot and tasty!

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    Bar Liguria (Av. Providencia location)

    3 reviews

    Good variety of food, a little pricey, perfect atmosphere, tight seating but plenty of it, surprisingly has a no smoking section.

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    Aquí Está Coco

    3 reviews

    Beautiful bar and dining room that is filled nightly because Aqui esta Coco serves wonderfully and creatively prepared fresh seafood with attentive service. The dining area is like a nautical art museum with its collection of really cool pieces. We had a great dining experience here.

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    Fuente Alemana (Plaza Italia)

    3 reviews

    Although this restaurant is known for its lomitos (a pork sandwich), their completos are also a must. The place is over 50 years old and it still keeps its charm. Sit at the bar, order an italiano (a hot dog with avocado, tomato and mayonnaise) and a glass of the house's beer and enjoy! A great place to start your ...

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    3 reviews

    Said to be Pablo Neruda's favorite restaurant, this charming eatery in Bella Vista serves up high quality Chilean food. Their hearty traditional fare like mechada, lomo salteado and white beans with pumpkin are incredible. Service is slow and it gets crowded quickly. It's fairly kid friendly: they have a high chair and it's loud.

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  • 10

    Resto-Bar Ky

    3 reviews

    The best place in Santiago. Good food, excellent variety of wines and good beers like Kross 5, or Strela Damn Inedit. The interior is amazing, a lot os styles mixed, creating diferent atmospheres.

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    Astrid Y Gastón

    2 reviews

    The service, the food, the ambiance, the overall dining experience at Astrid and Gaston Santiago was one of the highlights of our visit to the city. Both the food and wine menu contain appealling options that make you want to return again just to try them all.

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    Ciudad Vieja

    2 reviews
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    2 reviews

    What makes Dominó so great? It's a classic! But don't go there for the typical "italiano" (avocado, tomato and mayo)... Try their exclusive "chemilico" (with egg salad) or their "española" with home-made mayo and red pepper. Their fresh juices and fruit desert are also great. Carrot juice is hard to find in Chile and at Dominó, they make a perfect ...

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  • 15

    Cafe Ra'a

    Cutest little cafe that serves big flavors, Cafe Ra'a offers local cuisine like fresh fish and cerviches as well as pastas and sandwiches. They also have on offer fresh juices from pineapples and mangos. Delicious!!

  • 16


    2 reviews

    Opera is a first class French contemporary restaurant. From the decor, to the service, there is great attention to details. The food preparation shows style and great presentation. The wine selection is excellent as you would expect in an upscale Chilean restaurant, but I was pleasantly surprised to find great international selections as well. Well worth the price.

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  • 17

    Poker Bar

    2 reviews

    El Poker is in the center of Santiago, close to the Municipal Theatre and the Cerro Santa Lucía — referred to as El Huelen by the Mapuche — where Santiago was first founded. The speciality dish of El Poker is the completo (a Chilean hot-dog). The big difference between the completo and the hot-dog is that as well as adding ...

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  • 18


    2 reviews

    This is the best winebar in Santiago. It was opened by three friendly local winos, who have spent time in Napa Valley and elsewhere studying wines, and really know their stuff. Every time I've been there one of them has been around and has talked to us about wine. Their true love and knowledge of local wines is palpable. The ...

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  • 19

    El Huerto

    2 reviews

    This is a terrific vegetarian restaurant right in Providencia. The food is really tasty, although it's not cheap. It kind of has a berkeley vibe, for people who are missing some tasty california green food.

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  • 20

    Kleine Kneipe (Ñuñoa)

    3 reviews

    Pretty good food as far as I remember

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