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Expat Profile: Craig Watson from Barrio Central Cafe Bar

An interview with Craig Watson, the English-born owner of Medellin's Barrio Central Cafe Bar.

Best Cafés in Medellín [2018 Update]

The best cafés in Medellín, many of which are ideal for digital nomads. From French-inspired Café Cliché to the natural tranquility of Otraparte, they serve fresh coffee, outstanding food and sweet desserts.

Café Zeppelin: A Spacious, German-Owned Café

Café Zeppelin is a German-owned café a few short blocks from the Segundo Parque de Laureles.

El Café de Otraparte: A Cultural Café in Envigado

A hidden café located just behind the Casa Museo Otraparte in Envigado. The perfect spot to catch up with friends in a relaxing atmosphere.

Amoretti: An Italian-Inspired Café in the Heart of Vía Primavera

Colombian-owned Amoretti, located on Vía Primavera near Parque Lleras, is a café, pastry shop and Italian-inspired restaurant all under one roof.

Café Vallejo: A Cool Little Cafe in Laureles

Café Vallejo is a small independent coffee shop and book store located in Laureles. It's only open in the evenings, and has a limited food menu.

Tinto Tintero Café

Tinto Tintero is a longstanding, expat-owned café near Parque Lleras known for its weekly language exchanges, movie nights, and coffee drinks.

Pergamino Café: The New Alternative to Juan Valdez

Pergamino Cafe was opened by Pedro Echaverria, a young Colombian with a wealth of experience in the coffee industry as the son of a coffee producer.