A flight of commanding wooden steps leads the way to the glass doors of Nazca; an impressive entrance indeed, but a tricky obstacle for all those six-inch heels dining out in Bogota that have to climb their way to dinner each night. Nazca is a power scene for influential businessmen able to flash their corporate credit cards during the day, but at night those stairs turn into something of a red carpet. The bar is a prime people-watching spot for celebrities and politicians, together with some well-heeled couples keen to get in on the glamour. Nazca isn’t a great place for families, but the red and black décor is a great setting for romance. Peruvian cuisine reigns in the kitchen, with a confusing number of piscoes to choose between and the best tiraditos you’ll ever taste. Nazca may be pricier than most restaurants, but it will not disappoint.