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CARTAGENA | El Barón is one of Cartagena’s best cocktail bars, and has won a slew of domestic and international awards since opening in the city’s old town in 2014. The small bar has a classic feel about it, and you could imagine a place like this existing in colonial times. Patterned tiles grace the floor, stripped back walls and a timber and tiled bar complete the look. Outdoor seating on Plaza de San Pedro Claver provides further opportunity to soak in the atmosphere.

German-born cocktail maestro Noah Matthies (event manager) and bar manager Oscar Velasco have created a cocktail list that focuses on local ingredients and spirits to create cocktails with a real sense of place. Try the ‘Explorer of Lost Cities’, a concoction of Don Julio Blanco, Montelobos Espadín, Campari, Montenegro, mix of vermouth, coffee bitters. Or the lighter ‘Fragrance Checker’ – Gray Goose, prosecco, pink vermouth, pear shrub, lavender and orange flower.

As well as cocktails, El Barón also offer spirits, wine, beer, some of the best coffee in town, and a surprisingly good food menu, courtesy of head chef Pedro Mosqueda. Think tapas, sandwiches, and salads. The mixed plate of brie, prosciutto, pickled vegetables, tomato marmalade, caramelized almonds, and field bread is a great option to accompany your drinks.

El Barón

Carrera 4 #31-7
Cartagena
Bolivar
Colombia

Telephone: +57 5 6643105
E-mail: [email protected]
Website

Open
Sun – Mon: 5:00pm to 1:00am
Tue – Sat: 12:00pm to 2:00am

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