Building by the Spanish in 1553. See the fine good carving in the choir, high altar of gold and carved ceiling, the church has a lot of art treasures, the best known is La Virgen de Quito. They are also some paintings by Miguel de Santiago, de colonial mestizo painter. San Francisco is open from 6 to 11am and 3pm ...
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- 10.96 mi0.96 mi from San Francisco Church2 reviews
A stroll through La Ronda - a small but very representative neighborhood of Colonial Quito - is a good way to get a feeling of traditional life in Quito. It’s a romantic cobbled street just off the Plaza Santo Domingo (or it can be reached via Garcia Moreno by the City Museum). Within only two blocks of stucco buildings with ...Popular withHistoryAdventureLocal
- 20.28 mi0.28 mi from San Francisco Church2 reviews
Really delicious Vietnamese food. The cuisine really tastes authentic and is nothing like the "chifa"--the local term for chinese food--restaurants that you'll find nearby. Try the pho or the summer rolls--and don't forget to order the peanut dipping sauce. Head here when you just can't stand to eat another plate of rice, chicken and shredded lettuce.Popular withBackpackersLocalFoodies
- 30.41 mi0.41 mi from San Francisco Church1 review
fantastic top level restaurant with innovative dishes, flawless service, in the top 3 in town
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- 50.88 mi0.88 mi from San Francisco Church1 review
great place ! exceptionnal food and very good service, a good gastronomic experience, unique in town.
- 60.43 mi0.43 mi from San Francisco Church1 review
La Ronda in Quito is a beautiful street in the Historic Center of the city. It is said to be one of the oldest streets in Quito and has been nicely restored. It sits close to the base of the famous "Panecillo" hill which is crowned with a winged virgin statue.
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- 80.28 mi0.28 mi from San Francisco Church1 review
A welcoming, pretty little restaurant in a jumble of covered shops know as Palacio Arzobispal on the corner of Chile and Venezuela Sts. in old town. Good food, helpful staff; try the killer house dessert, a cake flavored with orange and vanilla--you'll need a shot of their espresso with it. Read more about Quito and the Galapagos at 1Woman1World1Year.blogspot.com.Popular withFoodiesFamiliesBusiness
- 90.88 mi0.88 mi from San Francisco Church1 review
While the prices may be a little steep for the average backpacker, the views here are some of the best in Quito. I recommend coming in the evening for a glass of wine or dessert, just so you can see the lights of the city at night. It's a good place to pair with a visit to parque itchimbia.Popular withBackpackersLocal
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- 142.09 mi2.09 mi from San Francisco Church
Size really matters here, as "size matters" is BBQ & Co's logo and they stay true their logo: everything is big, HUGE portioned. The beers, the steak, and the appetizers. BBQ & Co is a sports bar right at the center of the Plaza Foch in the Mariscal area. The location is great for people watching and the service is ...
- 152.0 mi2.0 mi from San Francisco Church
Dining in Ecuador doesn't get any greener than this. The Kallari Cafe is owned and operated by a cooperative of indigenous Kichwa people from the Amazon, practicing sustainable agriculture and low-impact marketing of chocolate products and crafts. The cafe is a delightful place to sample traditional cuisine or stock up on mouth-watering chocolate treats, made from local, organic cacao beans ...Popular withGreenLocalFoodies
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- 172.15 mi2.15 mi from San Francisco Church1 review
Probably the coolest live music and dining venue in all of Ecuador. The decor is a hip Andean funk fusion, which is reflected in the excellent food. Live music is a regularity here, featuring international bands as well as the best of Quito's local scene.Popular withTrendsters
- 182.66 mi2.66 mi from San Francisco Church1 review
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