South America Restaurants
I'll admit that this place reminded me a lot of a typical American restaurant but I have to admit that the food was amazing. The entire group that went there admitted that it was some of the best steak in Buenos Aires. I had the chicken also and it was a very savory alternative.Popular withFoodies
Rio's cruisiest cafe has an enviable location just a short stroll from Ipanema Beach. Cafe tables on the sidewalk draw a chatty crowd late in the day, while you'll find a more sedate gathering of coffee drinkers and newspaper readers in the morning. With good snacks, decent lattes, fresh sandwiches and healthy salads, Cafeina is a good anytime stop when ...Popular withTrendstersLocalLGBT
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Why anyone would ever go here, I have no idea. Haha yes, I stopped in for a drink, because I had time to kill before Tu Candela next door got busy! This is your typical Hard Rock Cafe that you've seen littered across the globe. The menu is what you would expect as well, burgers and bar food. Cartagena has ...Popular withBusinessLuxury
I had a good time here. The atmosphere here is BUSY. This is an American style restaurant that is basically just like the Hard Rock Cafe but with a slight more class to the food (but not much more). The decor made me a but more comfortable. I had the impression that there was a place to dance, but it ...
Great vibe and great food at this converted old mansion. The best place in Santiago to catch any sports game you want, or to talk to folks who speak English, or to get a fish taco fix. I appreciate that they are vegetarian-friendly, and I super dig their Santa Cruz pizza. YUM.Popular withStudentsFoodiesNightlife