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Café (Bar) Restaurants @ Bogotá

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Colombia » Bogotá


Most popular places of gays and lesbians (recommended for the first stay in town)*
 Name  CityBranch of business
 Café (Bar) Restaurants none Majority of guests: completely mixedEl Solar
Calle 68 # 11-21
Colombia  BogotáCafé (Bar) Restaurants


 Name  CityBranch of business
 Café (Bar) Restaurants none Majority of guests: gays and lesbians mixed Trannies are most welcomeLa Parrilla De Juan
Calle 62 # 7-19
Colombia  BogotáCafé (Bar) Restaurants
 Café (Bar) Restaurants none Majority of guests: gays/menBrokeback Mountain
Carrera 9A # 60-25
Colombia  BogotáCafé (Bar) Restaurants
 Café (Bar) Restaurants none Majority of guests: gays and lesbians mixedAntorcha Café Bar
Carrera 13 # 66-10
Piso 2 Local 2
Colombia  BogotáCafé (Bar) Restaurants
 Café (Bar) Restaurants none Majority of guests: gays and lesbians mixedEl Recreo De Adán
Carrera 13A #79-08
Colombia  BogotáCafé (Bar) Restaurants
 Café (Bar) Restaurants none Majority of guests: completely mixedArcángel
Calle 86A No. 13A-34
Colombia  BogotáCafé (Bar) Restaurants




The following venues no longer exist
 Name  CityBranch of business
 Café (Bar) Restaurants none Majority of guests: completely mixedMaderos
Calle 33A # 13-84
Colombia  BogotáCafé (Bar) Restaurants
 Café (Bar) Restaurants none Majority of guests: completely mixedSan Parrillon
Carrera 7 # 64-80
Colombia  BogotáCafé (Bar) Restaurants


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