The bohemian neighborhood of Barranco – a historical, protected area of the city, full of art galleries and private residences, is on the map for the first time because of a slew of high profile art related openings. Here’s where to eat and drink.
In the coming months Hotel B, formerly known as Hotel Barranco, will open beside Galeria Lucia de la Puente.
Built by the same owners as Titilaka, the 17 suite Hotel B pulled in some of the biggest names in Peruvian hospitality.
Few restaurants that have opened in Lima this year have intrigued me as much as Amor Amar. The restaurant pairs for the first time Argentine chef Luis Alberto Sacilotto (renowned for his work at La Gloria) and Víctor Away Chang-Say (the owner/creator of Pescados Capitales). With this duo at the helm, my expectations were high.