The two-floor bar at Harry’s operates much like a restaurant, but the relaxed opening hours and an undeniable focus on drinking tips this institution into the Bogotá bars category. There’s a heated terrace outside, and plenty of leather booths and tables within. The staff is known to be a little obnoxious and the service can be slow, but once you have a seat you’ve access to the best of Harry’s Bar’s offerings: unsurpassable people-watching. The drinks are on the strong side (considerably so) and the mojitos are not the best in town, so it might be best to opt for wine. The food menu is similarly mixed, with decent comfort food such as chicken fingers and a superb chocolate fondant dessert. But once you’ve had a few sips of your drink and relaxed into the vibe, you’ll see why Harry’s Bar doesn’t have to focus on cuisine. Bogotá’s most beautiful come here to schmooze on the balcony and spend hours propping up the bar, and the atmosphere is all the calling card Harry’s Bar needs.