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El Pobre Diablo - Restaurant Quito - Ecuador

El Pobre Diablo is a well-decorated jazz bar, popular with artsy intellectuals and local bohemian types. Live music lights the place up most Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday nights, with jazz and soft Cuban beats on other nights. Its food is pricier than local norms, but dishes are decent and the atmosphere more than makes up for the extra cents. You can order a portion of fried yucca, empanadas, or a meat-and-cheese plate to pick at as you drink and enjoy the music, or a full-on main course. It also has a set lunch menu on weekdays, which includes a soup, entree with a side, dessert and juice. When there is a live show, there is usually a cover of $6.50-8. Drinks are also very expensive here, especially compared to other Quito bars.


Av. Isabel La Cat├│lica N24-274 and Francisco Galavis (corner), one block south of Swissotel on Isabel La Cat├│lica

La Floresta, Quito, Ecuador

Restaurant Types:
Latin, Desserts, cocktails, coffee drinks, Ecuadorian food

Prices: Mid-Range

Credit cards accepted
American Express, Diners Club, MasterCard/Eurocard, Visa

Currencies accepted
US dollar

Price Description:

set lunch: $6.90, entrees: $7.50-15. prices include taxes.

Atmosphere: Casual, entertainment / live music, fireplace, outdoor/patio dining

Service Features:Internet access, large groups ok, takeout

Bar Features:Full bar, wine / beer

Regulations: Yes

Dress Code: Casual

Reservation: Recommended

Park Options: No

Contact Information:
Phone: 02-223-5194/222-5397
E-mail: eventos(at)

Other Restaurants in La Floresta that may be of interest: Swisshotel, Happy Panda, Casa China, Naranjilla Mecánica, Restaurante La Choza, Hunters, Chez Jerome Restaurant, Segundo Muelle, El Rancho de Juancho and Formosa.

By Caroline Bennett
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