Meat pie! Celebrating Australia Day at The Black Rock Pub in Santiago. Co-Owner is Aussie, decoration was Aussie, music was very Aussie ... there was even a sausage sizzle for patrons. No “Waltzing Matilda” though 🤣
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I have been coming to Santiago for the last 16 years and have tried all the local pub food I stumbled across this place a few years ago and have used this place ever since the food is great with a service to match the...More
If I wasn't so hungry that I would have literally chewed my own arm off I would have walk out when served the 'fry up' they should have called it heart attack on a plate. Pretty much everything deep fried, bacon like cardboard, sausages tasted...More
Stumbled upon this place while exploring Santiago. Shane's a great barkeep and has a constantly changing supply of local craft brew stocking the fridge behind the bar. Tried at least 6 I'd never heard of and the prices aren't bad. Cool mix of foreigners and...More
This place is ok, and has a good selection of craft brews, but they are all in bottles. There is a serious lack of draft beer in all of Chile, which is too bad.
A meeting spot which is a cultural melting pot. An extensive collection of hard to find and delicious beers. Cosy wood-panelled bar with a relaxed and unpretentious vibe. The sort of place you can leave with an unexpected new friend. Good (without being special) food...More
Plays great hard rock all the time, good food and fair prices. The owner is super-sympathetic and talks to everybody in english if necessary (not our case), but there were a lot of people that didn't know each other, listened to rock music, got drunk...More