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Fundación La Cueva
La Cueva is a bohemian restaurant and bar with plenty of history and culture ingrained within its walls. This was the place where the writer of One Hundred Years of Solitude, a Columbian called Gabriel García Marquez used to hang out, along with many other writers and artistic types. Old photographs of them and their artwork or books decorate the dining room and bar at La Cueva.
The restaurant serves traditional Columbian cuisine, with the menu featuring spicy soups and tasty meat dishes, all served by friendly and attentive waiters. The bar complements your meal with a range of spirits including the classic tequila, and a delightful selection of cocktails - the 'mangarita' comes recommended, which is a margarita with mango.
One of the main drawing points of La Cueva, apart from its fantastic sense of history, is the great atmosphere and regular live music. The restaurant bar hosts weekend bands that play lively salsa and local songs, and there is also the La Cueva Festival - a real musical celebration.