There are some great restaurants in Sucre, so you should have plenty of choice whatever time of day. Many restaurants do set breakfast menus and just about everywhere has a set almuerzo, although the prices are a little expensive in the centre. Join the locals for breaky or a mid-morning snack at one of the many salteĂ±erĂas. For a cheap, filling meal, head to one of the pollo al horno stalls in and around Calle Hernando Siles and Calle Aniceto Arce or to the Mercado Central. In the evenings, there are little stalls on the streets where you can get a freshly cooked pizza for less than a dollar. Mid-afternoon is when the tea shops open for savory snacks, cakes and chat. On Sundays, locals go to one of the many restaurants with terraces and special Sunday lunch menus - be sure to book if you want to join them.
As a university town, Sucre has a fare amount of bars and nightclubs where you can have a drink or go for a boogie at the weekend. Bars are generally in the center, with the most popular places with a mix of locals and foreigners found along Calle BolĂvar. As well as the places listed you could try Planeta Tierra (Calle Azurduy), for live music with a local crown; Honky Tonk Club (Av. Las Americas 501, Cel: 7289-1011), for cocktails and dance music; or Kontiki Disco-Bar (JunĂn 71), for Latin music and R&B. Most clubs are open Thursday to Saturday.