The Rancherito restaurant has several locations in the region of Antioquia, one located in the Las Palmas neighbourhood of Medellin. It has a diverse menu that offers the traditional and hearty food, that is customary to eat in the region. If you visit Medellin, you should go to this place several times to explore the diverse menu. A Rancherito breakfast is enough to withstand walking tours for the day, and also is quieter in the morning, so you can secure a table more easily.
The El Patio restaurant and bar is located in one of the best parts of Medellin. From Thursday to Saturday, it offers karaoke music, and is an ideal place to test the cocktails and exquisite micheladas. Its' menu explores Mexican cuisine and is best enjoyed on the terrace, where you have an excellent view of the city.
This is an excellent place where you can enjoy delicious grilled meals, the specialty of the house. It also has an extensive wine cellar and delicious desserts. As an exclusive place in town, it's perfect for spending time with friends and family. Wonderful service and live music.
Where you can order typical breakfast dishes-most of the items on the menu are fried- Get ready to try some of the best buñuelos and empanadas in the city, you could also try a "calentao" (arepa, scrambled or fried eggs, leftover beans and rice), the calentao is a typical breakfast preferred by those ve work all day and need a lot of energy to help them get by.
Set as a typical paisa fonda, this bar in the city of Medellín is one of the most visited by tourists. Its menus vary depending on the season, and its liquor menu offers a variety of prices and origins. Its often visited by important Colombians, and you should book a table in advance.
A must if you plan to visit Medellin, but it's not within the city, but as long as you like to go beyond what Wikipedia says, I recommend this place! Hundreds of tourists who have decided to discover the charm of the greenery surrounding Medellin have fallen in love, with the smell of fields and the soothing sound of the wood, wrapped in a space baptized with a name that clearly describes its creator's intention. The menu is full of dishes from every corner of Colombia with names like: "poor aunt's lentils" or "Leaf-stepping Luncheon" a concept that gets rid of cultural clichés and reinvents new stories and Colombian customs, where chorizito, pie, corn bread, and good spirits are no longer the main players. Its not a place for those who want to keep to the norm, and who else but an anthropologist could create this new restaurant concept he calls "Creole cuisine finger plays", someone with an eye to find the heart and the reason for a culture to expand the world and all those who ever forgot their roots and that thanks to this original space and manages to convey its essence.