Liguria, Santiago Centro

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SANTIAGO | Liguria has been around since 1990, and in that time has earned a reputation for offering quality drinks and food at reasonable prices with quality service. Today there are four Liguria bars and the newest outpost, in Santiago’s Lastarria neighbourhood, builds upon their stellar reputation.

Housed in an stately mansion, the Valdes Freire palace, that dates back over 100 years, Liguria Lastarria is the grandest of the bar’s locations. The venue is split across four levels. The ground floor features an old world, European coffee house feel, with walls covered with vintage posters and Chilean memorabilia. Things become more elegant and opulent as your work your way up to the second and third floors. It’s like being transported back to another era.

A large selection of mostly Chilean wines is offered, as well as beer, cocktails, and spirits. For food, the focus is on Chilean and Italian dishes done simply and properly. Think traditional recipes such as casserole, lentils with sausage, soups, and sandwiches. Try the outstanding ravioli cooked simply with a rich passata, or the silverside steak sandwich.

Whether you want a drink at the bar, a snack, or a full sit-down meal, Liguria is a place you should definitely put on your list.

Liguria (Lastarria)

Dardignac 127
Santiago Centro
Región Metropolitan
Chile

Telephone: +56 2 3263 4340
E-mail: [email protected]
Website

Open
Mon – Sat: 12:00pm to 1:00am

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