Where to meet expats in Cuenca

Johan Klok | Last update:

Cuenca has several expat hangouts to meet other expats. Below is a list of popular hangouts.

Café San Sebas is famous for its American-style breakfasts. It’s founded and owned by Lindsay Burton, who was born in Hawaii. She has lived in many places worldwide before settling down in Cuenca. Café San Sebas is located along the quiet park and square San Sebastían in the western part of Cuenca’s historic city center.

Sunrise Cafe is a hangout for breakfast and lunch on Calle Larga, a popular street for nightlife.

Inca Lounge is a sports bar located in a beautiful location along the Tomebamba river. You can follow American Football and other sports on several screens. The kitchen is good and the atmosphere is relaxed. It’s an excellent place to make new friends.

Common Grounds is another sports bar with many expats among its clients. It organizes many events aimed at expats.

Joe’s Secret Garden is a fixed price, set menu restaurant. Expats form the majority of this restaurant’s clientele.

La Guarida is an event venue for breakfasts and lunches in the daytime and music, film, and theater shows in the evening.