Catch the Rugby World Cup in Santiago and for all the Beer Lovers Head to an Oktoberfest

[quote align=”center”]Tea time on two wheels, where to watch the Rugby World Cup in Santiago, the best parties of the weekend and a classic Spanish restaurant in the center of the city. [/quote]

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October 8th – 15th, 2015

Catch the Rugby World Cup in Santiago and for all the Beer Lovers Head to an Oktoberfest

Beer for Oktoberfest
Oktoberfest in Santiago

Party Nights

  • Thursday the 8th  Fonda Permanente is ready to give you a night of luxury with live music from bands Portavoz, Bajavida, Shoro Ripio and Combo Rock. After the show the party continues until dawn (8PM. $3.000. Agustinas 2359).
  • Taking advantage of Oktoberfest Greta Club will be waiting with cold beer for the first 100 party people ready to enjoy Indie House Tech music and music from the 80s and 90s (Friday the 9th 11:30PM. $3.000 before 1AM. Purisima 129)
  • California Cantina celebrates their 6th birthday with Sexy Six Gold Night where DJ Snake and Cris Barzelatto are taking on the night. During the night there will be presents, games and a lot of fun! Attention, if you wear a piece of clothing in gold the entrance is free! (10PM. $3.000. Las Urbinas 44)
Rugby World Cup
Watch the Rugby World Cup in Santiago

Rugby Cravings. Don’t miss this weekend’s matches where the big teams, such as Australia, Wales, Scotland, New Zealand, Uruguay, and Argentina go head to head. Flannery´s Irish Geo Pub (Encomenderos 83, Metro Tobalaba) invites the fanatics with 7 screens, exquisite home-brewed beer and treats to eat, such as Provençal French Fries with pork, cheese, garlic, sour cream and chives. Furthermore, they have Happy Hour with beers and drinks until 9PM

Tea time on two wheels. The winter invites you for a 5 o’clock tea and we will tell you where to go for the best ‘once’, as they call it in Chile. To stay on route get on a Bici Verde bike and pedal away!

  • Café Colonia (Mac Iver 161 y 133) is located in the center and with a German base offering pies, kuchen, strudel and a big variety of cakes.
  • Continue towards Plaza Italia, through Parque Bustamante and
    Strawberry Cake
    ‘Once’

    up the Santa Isabel until cafe La Candelaria (Avda. Italia 1449) with tea, cheesecake, pies, muffins, kuchen, cookies, cakes and sweet sopaipillas.
  • You can. also ride east on Costanera Andrés Bello and visit Villa Real (Pedro de Valdivia 079). It is a classic cafe of more than 70 years that specialises in hot chocolate, scones, marmalade, muffins, sandwich, cakes and kuchen.
  • Very close is Le Flaubert (Orrego Luco 125) that offers tea, fruit juice, cakes, sandwiches, scones and toasts.  
  • Before you finish, don’t miss La Tetería (Santa Magdalena 86) with its impressive offer of 85 tea types.  Rent your bicycle in La Bicicleta Verde. Open 7 days a week from 9AM to 6PM. Bike rentals for 4 hours USD$10. Loreto 6.  Tel. 2 25709338.

 

Filling the Centre Pond. Chilean food with Spanish sounds is what you will find in this restaurant with Iberian owners that have filled the stomachs of busy office workers, students or those who run errands in the city. In their menu you will find soups, rissoles, pork ribs with mashed potatoes, chickpeas with rice, bacon and sausages and the unmissable homemade mayonnaise. Faisan D´Or, Plaza de Armas 430. Monday to Sunday from 8AM to 12AM.