This iconic hotel was built in the 1920's and has welcomed such personalities as Orson Welles, Ava Gardner and John Wayne. The house specialty is the Catedral, a Pisco Sour with a double the dose of the Peruvian brandy to take you back to Lima's golden age.
Rumored to be the birthplace of the Pisco Sour, Bar Maury has certainly perfected the famous cocktail. Head bartender, Eloy, has spent the better part of 50 years serving up the delicious drink to Lima's finest. Don't miss the photo of 1966 classic race winner (a horse) taking a sip.
Hidden in what appears to be an urban cave, this Lima haunt has been entertaining guests with piano duets since the 1950's. From classics to renditions of modern pop, this is the perfect low-key spot to enjoy a beer, good company and a variety of familiar tunes.
If you're looking for a lively tavern and some of your favorite brews on tap, this is the place. El Rincón Cervecero (beer corner in English) is ideal to start the night, to catch a soccer game or if you stick around until later, things pick up and there's a dancefloor.
Whether you're looking for a formal lounge or a rowdy bar area, this place has it all, so you don't have to choose. The labyrinth of rooms will keep you entertained and the pisco sours don't disappoint.
Set up as a dinner and music venue, the Cocodrilo Verde is a fun place to go with a group and enjoy the musical styling of local artists. Keep your eye out for 2X1 nights if you feel like getting wild.