One taste of Luna’s fresh juices (they have every flavour imaginable) will shake off the remnants of last night’s excess – it is one of the best places to eat in Bogota. Many enjoy sipping on lattes and gazing at the view from the balcony. The Italian menu here includes a huge selection of pizzas (which are baked in the pizza oven and piled high with toppings before being paraded toward your table, to the envious glances of everyone around), and just as many rotisserie meats. The portions are large (not huge, but well into the comfort food category) and enticingly presented, and the menu has a bafflingly long choice of delicious and simple dishes. Luna’s atmosphere is lively and informal-it’s the kind of cozy nook where you might well run into someone you know-and the wine list is substantial. Indeed, there’s even kosher wine on offer; Luna truly offers something for everyone.