The Top 10 Bars in Coyhaique, Chile

Flight of Beers | © Karen | Flickr
Flight of Beers | © Karen | Flickr
Photo of Will Lees
20 February 2018

By no means is Coyhaique considered a party place, but there are not many things more rewarding than capping off a hike or day in the woods with a cold beverage. Be it a cocktail, cerveza, wine with dinner, or just a fizzing ice cold soda, you will find what’s on your radar with these bar options.

Sunny Coyhaique Forest | © cla.claau.- / Flickr

Bar Chaplin

Bar, Restaurant, Pub Grub, $$$
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This gastropub is a great place if you want to stay put and enjoy your night in one place as you have the option of a long list of pub grub from pasta, chicken and potatoes, fish, steaks and veggie options, as well as beers, cocktails, and even karaoke if you are feeling shameless enough.

La Taberna D'Olbek

Bar, Gastropub, Pub, Restaurant, Pub Grub
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La Taberna D'Olbek, General Baquedano
La Taberna D'Olbek, General Baquedano | Courtesy of La Taberna D'Olbek

If there is one thing that Belgians know, it is the art of beer and this Belgian restaurant is a little wooden pub in the flagship location for the Dolbek beer brewed right here in Coyhaique. Try the Belgian lager, unfiltered wheat ale, or fruit infused beer and introduce it to a warm, juicy burger and you’ve created a match made in heaven.


Bar, Restaurant, Pub Grub, $$$
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A cozy wooden bar in the center of Coyhaique that is an easy choice if you or your drinking buddy can only enjoy a beverage if the music is good. This place has a long list of beers, spirits, and plays terrific classic rock from Pink Floyd to David Bowie and the Beatles. Also helps the travel budget that most days of the week they run promotions and drink specials as well as decently priced pub food.

Deja Vu Lounge & Drinks

Cocktail Bar, Restaurant, Pub Grub, $$$
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Deja Vu, Coyhaique
Deja Vu, Coyhaique | Mike Fernwood / Flickr

A fitting name as Deja Vu might be a place you come back to again and again in your few days in Coyhaique. Very reasonably priced food to share like pizzas, tacos, and ceviche with microbrewery beers and mixed drinks to wash it all down.

Viejo Bar West

Bar, Pub, Restaurant, Pub Grub
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Pub Viejo Bar West, Coyhaique
Pub Viejo Bar West, Coyhaique | Mark Hillary / Flickr

As the name suggests, this bar feels like an old (viejo) western saloon with a calming low light and a big winding bar to lean against serving hench sandwiches, hearty salads and finger foods to fill up even the most famished cowboy.

Nativo Austral

Bar, Gastropub, Restaurant, Pub Grub
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Even though Nativo Austral says they specialize in wine and beer – which they do – they are also a bar that takes as much pride in its food as its drink. Artisan beers on tap, quality domestic wines to enjoy with a towering burger, fish and chips, or a meter long pizza – yes, you read that correctly.

Espacio 21

Bar, Pub, Fast Food, $$$
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Cerro Castillo
Cerro Castillo | © Nicolas Navarrete Carrasco / Flickr

Space 21 is a new bar in Coyhaique that likes to stay open late, promote a good night out, and even serve free bits of sushi to ensure you hang around! On the weekends they also have house DJs and live music as this is one of the main places to let loose in Coyhaique.

Bajo Marquesina

Bar, Pub, Pub Grub, $$$
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Looking for a sports bar to eat and watch the game? You should be keeping your eyes peeled for Bajo Marquesina and the sign that says “Here begins the most beautiful 90 minutes of sport in the world!” and you will know you are in good hands. Jerseys hung on the walls from all different nations and good pub food, and great beer to keep you comfortable no matter the game’s outcome.

La Bodeguita

Bar, Wine Seller, Fast Food, $$$
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La Bodeguita, Coyhaique
La Bodeguita, Coyhaique | Mr Hicks46 / Flickr

If you want to grab some drinks and turn your hotel room into your own tasting bar, then check out The Little Bodega which is a hipster joint done right. A long list of artisan beers including Los Torreones and Cuello Negro from Valdivia, and La Finisterra from the tiny port town of Puerto Cisnes (just to name a few), and also different types of infused tea, and flavoured yerba mate for those who won’t be drinking tonight.