KrossBar, Bellavista

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SANTIAGO | KrossBar (Bellavista) is one of our favourite spots for craft beer in Santiago. Kross is a craft brewery from Curacaví in Chile and they’ve built a reputation for making some quality beers in the 13 years they’ve been operating. Their Bellavista bar is fantastic, with a spacious interior and outdoor seating. You’ll find over 60 beers across the taps and refrigerated can/bottle list, from Kross’ own brews to guest taps and international brews.

The popular spot has a modern look with exposed brick and concrete, wooden furniture, and multiple zones ranging from light and open to low lit and cozy. Beer tasting paddles are available for those who want to try a few things, and non-beer drinkers will be happy to know that the wine, spirits, and pisco selection in particular, is very good.

The food here is well worth staying for too. Think modern Chilean bar options like slow roasted meats, pizza, paella, and grilled chicken salads.

KrossBar (Bellavista)

Dardignac 127
Providencia
Región Metropolitan
Chile

Telephone: +56 2 2759 5434
E-mail: [email protected]
Website

Open
Mon – Wed: 12:30pm to 1:00am
Thu – Sat: 12:30pm to 2:00am
Sun: 6:30pm to 12:30am

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