The Top 30 Restaurants in Latin America for Doing Business, by Bloomberg Línea

The most relevant digital multiplatform of business and finance content in the region, Bloomberg Línea, presents the first edition of The Top 30 restaurants for doing business in Latin America.

This list (available in English, Spanish, and Portuguese), created by Bloomberg Línea‘s editorial team, seeks to present a list of places where “things happen” for businesspeople and entrepreneurs, with options in some of the most recognized cities in the region, such as Mexico City, Bogota, São Paulo, Buenos Aires, and others. 

According to Bloomberg Línea‘s editorial committee, the list was made after consulting with gourmands, Cíceros and sommeliers in the region, as well as businessmen and entrepreneurs, who suggested points to consider in order to suggest the best restaurants to do business in Latin America. Each of the restaurants mentioned will have a reason why to choose it, business tips, as well as an average cost and location. 

See the complete list here

“This list is not intended to suggest restaurants in a region that provides some of the best gastronomic spots in the world, but only to point to a small sample of places where businessmen, executives and entrepreneurs can sit down to enjoy delicious experiences and talk business,” said the editorial board of Bloomberg Línea.

Among the options are classics in some cities, such as Hacienda de los Morales, in Mexico City, Astrid y Gastón, in Lima, Leo, in Bogotá, La Tambouille, in São Paulo, and Ambrosía, in Santiago, among the 30 best restaurants for doing business in the region.

How the list was made

According to Bloomberg Línea‘s Editorial Board, this list is more of a way to recognize restaurants for the business world, and not a ranking.

Based on the comments of the experts consulted by Bloomberg Línea in the region, a restaurant that wants to attract clientele in the very broad spectrum of ‘business’ must stand out in the following aspects:

  • Location
  • Menu and wine list
  • Chef’s qualifications
  • Privacy
  • Facilities (for events for groups or presentations)
  • An attractive mix (neither extremely local, but neither touristy nor trendy)
  • Alternative options (Vegan, gluten-free, etc)

With this in mind, and with attention to the palate, check out the best options to taste cuisines of the highest level and to close and celebrate that deal that took a while to come in: 30 Best Restaurants for Doing Business in Latin America.

Multi-platform breakthrough

Bloomberg Línea launched in August 2021 and today, 18 months later, its content impacts millions of people monthly across all of its digital platforms. The new list of Top 30 restaurants is Bloomberg Línea‘s most recent listing and joins a series that includes the 50 Women of Impact in Latin America and the 500 Most Influential People in Latin America and 100 Influential Latinos.

This post was last modified on March 30, 2023 2:44 pm

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