This magnificent 7-course meal lovingly prepared by Proyecto Caribe, the game-changing chefs Jaime Camacho and Sebastian Giraldo is a sensational way to say adios to 2019.
Celele's cutting-edge tasting menu offers foodies the chance of a delicious encounter with Colombian cuisine in a special setting with like-minded food fanatics.
Date: 31 Dec, 2019
Price : From USD$165 (last year's price)
Address: Calle del Espiritu Santo, Getsemani
Culinary gourmands that want to explore the full spectrum of Colombian cuisine in a truly memorable setting will enjoy the inspirational tasting menu at Celele.
Your tastebuds will thank you for booking this blow-out New Year's Eve meal to remember.
These talented young chefs have been doing a post-graduate degree in the culinary traditions of the Caribbean, picking up some ancestral recipes and applying a contemporary twist to magnificent effect.
Cartagena's second historic walled city has gone from no-go to must-go in less than five years thanks to some of the city's hippest new bars and restaurants.
If Centro is Manhattan, Getsemani is more Brooklyn – an up-and-coming hipster hangout trying desperately to cling to its roots.
A little rougher around the edges than the already gentrified districts of Centro and San Diego and the lofty ambitions of the beach districts, Getsemaní offers a glimpse into the more unruly historic centre of the past.
A fiercely traditional barrio offering a heady mix of bars, dancing, affordable diners, hostels and hotels for backpackers and bohemian colonists looking to mix it up with the carefree locals.
Historically populated by merchants, smugglers and freed slaves thriving from activity in the port and main marketplace, Getsemaní has always been more raucous than the hoity centre with all its regal airs and graces.
Much of the district's newest bars, follow in the city's loudest traditions.
While much of the area's carefree population are direct descendants of the hell-raisers of yesteryear it is no longer the terrifying place that rich Cartageneros used to scare their children into staying at home.
Backpackers, never averse to roughing it for a cheap place to stay have braved the bogeyman with few problems for decades and a growing number of boutique hotels and hostels have followed their lead setting up shop in some of the bigger properties on Calle Guerrero and Calle del Carretero.
Uber-hotel chains, Viceroy and the Four Seasons have plans to kick the barrio into the stratosphere with stellar openings in 2017 / 2018.
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