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Lima’s Barranco neighborhood has an array of cozy coffee shops & cafes that are perfect to spend a day working online, chatting with friends, or warm up during the chilly winter. When I am in Lima this bohemian neighborhood is where I love to stay and I try to spend a few days a week working at a cafe and bringing my dog Riley to get out of the house.

Here some of my favorite cozy coffee shops in Lima’s Barranco neighborhood.

 

Twins Cafe

Twins Cafe has a rustic European feel to it as well as delicious food and coffee for a reasonable price. They specialize in a completely gluten-free menu in Lima so you can order their all-day breakfast, pasta, or sandwich items without worry. There is also a store within the cafe stocked with local and imported organic goods and they are pet friendly so I can bring my dog Riley!

Address: Barranco, Colina 108


La Bodega Verde

La Bodega Verde has two locations: one within the Museo de Arte Contemporaneo and one closer to the main square of Barranco. Both are great to pass the time but I like the one near the square a little better. It has a great outdoor space and the indoor area is cozy with minimal decor. They also have tons of vegetarian options on their menu.

Address: Barranco, Jiron Mariscal Jose Antonio de Sucre 335A


Colonia

Colina is a stylish space with great food (lots of vegetarian options) and great lighting that I feel inspired to work in. The building also has a clothing boutique with items from Peruvian independent designers and an amazing ice cream shop. They are also pet-friendly so no problems taking Riley!

Address: Barranco, Avenida San Martin 131


Tostaduria Bisetti

Tostaduria Bisetti is the oldest cafe in Barranco and they even roast their own coffee on site. They offer several brewing methods like French press, v60, Chemex, or you can always have a classic cafe americano.

Address: Barranco, Pedro de Osma 116


Amaru

Amaru is a mixed-use cultural space with an art gallery and cafe. I love coming here to work online because the space is open with high ceilings, comfy couches, and is usually not crowded. Be sure to order the berejena (eggplant) sandwich and a cup of local coffee. This is also a great spot to purchase Peruvian coffee to take back home!

Address: Barranco, Jr. Sucre 317


Finca La Campiña

Finca La Campiña doesn’t have fancy decor but it’s a great down to earth cozy spot for a great cup of coffee. They roast their own coffee on site and can prepare it in a variety of brewing methods. They also don’t mind if I bring my dog Riley.

Address: Barranco, Nicolas de Pierola 110

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I'm Joey, a guy from Louisville, Kentucky that packed up and studied abroad in Panamá at the age of 20 and haven't moved back since. What started as a semester trip to Panamá has turned into 7+ years of living in Latin America and becoming a full-time travel blogger. Follow me on Instagram @joeybonura for more updates on my life abroad!

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