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Let's party!

tapas

Café Libro and El Gato Gris are riding a wave that really picks up the Latin American beat.

What is it that Bogotanos prefer ? Life, music, dance, salsa, and cumbia, a traditional Colombian rhythm.

The neo-Latin beat that is making Bogota move is located in Zona T, Zona Rosa, and La Candelaria andCafé Libro and El Gato Gris have become its institutions. On the plate, light and tasty empanadas. At the bar, more or less sophisticated cocktails. These establishments deliciously combine vintage armchairs, slates listing fresh tapas, and diabolically caressing rhythms. Colombians do not deny their culture; they exult in it.

In the bars and nightclubs of Bogota, it is not uncommon to hear traditional music remixed with techno. To toast with style, they unearth local drinks that blend perfectly with regional flavours. In this skin-deep universe full of virtuoso musicians, bewitching women, and colourful characters, we would more than gladly spend our days (and nights).

Café Libro
Carrera 11A #93-42
Bogotá

El Gato Gris
Carrera 1A #12b-12
Bogotá

+57(1) 218 34 35
+57(1) 342 17 16

www.galeriacafelibro.com.co

Menu : around 110,000 COP

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