If the trip all the way to Chía to the party is not your thing, Andrés DC has you covered.
As eccentric and weird as the original local, DC has a bit of a city-twist. This three-storied bar-restaurant-club monstrosity sits right in the heart of Bogotá’s Rosales neighborhood.
Telling you what to expect is counterintuitive: is it a restaurant with local music? An eccentric garage-art museum? A Latin-carnival dancing club? It’s chaos. A good kind of chaos in four hectic floors of dancing, eating, and drinking.
In the restaurant part of this experience, we have a couple of recommendations. As appetizers, we recommend either tostón con todo, papa criolla con hogao or an arepa de choclo– all good to share. As a main, hands down, one of the best things you can order is the bifé de chorizo Argentino. The other Argentinian-style meat cuts are also fabulous if the bifé doesn’t sound like your thing. The menu is in English and incredibly varied. You can always ask our guide or the waiters for other recommendations.
There are also vegetarian and gluten-free options.
With us, we’ll guarantee a good table beside the dance floor so right after you are done eating you can get right to party. If your dancing skills need some polish don’t worry: our guide will make sure to introduce you to salsa, merengue, bachata, reggaeton – and any other Latin-party musical genre that pops up.
Come see for yourself: it is a unique experience. And don’t forget to grab a cup of broth: it´s amazing.
We also recommend going to Andrés Chía: it’s completely different.
What to expect
Travelers will be picked up at their lodgings and taken to Andrés Chía (1h drive) to spend a late afternoon.
Before the party starts, we will order dinner and drinks.
We will reconvene at 3 am to drive back to Bogotá, door-to-door.