This market-style food court sits just west of the city in the Lower Highlands, and it’s best utilized as the rendezvous point for your crew in the afternoon or early evening, before heading out on the town for a big night. While the food is simply decent (the arepas are your best bet) and a bit overpriced, the rooftop bar is huge and has some of the best views in town, and the multiple bar areas mean you’ll never have to wait too long for a drink.
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