On the first floor of a three-level mansion, almost on the border of the Historic Center and the Bellas Artes neighborhood, this cocktail bar awaits you, to take a break for lunch with its menus in traditional and vegan options.
The proposal is also an invitation to share, at sunset. The pizzas, hamburgers, shawarmas, sandwiches and tables are always an excellent alternative, as are its natural juices, traditional cocktails and the “Indomitable” craft beer, in its lager, amber and ipa versions.
The building was built in 1910, according to the design of the French architect Émile Jecquier for the Puyó family and his daughter, Inés, a prominent national artist, was the last resident of the house, which still maintains the elegance of its façade and inside, the wooden floor and the moldings seem to keep the echoes of a great history.
Monjitas, 625, Santiago.