Barranco is a colourful, artistic-bohemian barrio with some traffic-free streets, picturesque architecture, occasional markets, odd shops, bars, clubs and a pretty little street - Bajada de los Baños - of restaurants leading down to the sea, and the romantic, wooden Puente de los Suspiros (Bridge of Sighs). Barranco is especially lively at night.
Restaurants with a View: Limo -- Cuzco, Peru Request a table on the balcony of Limo's colonial-era hacienda, overlooking an elegant plaza. Alpaca sweetbreads and lomo saltado (marinated beef with fiery amarillo peppers) accompany the best pisco sours--and vistas--in town.
Along the seawalk in the Miraflores district is Larcomar, a multilevel entertainment, food&shopping megacomplex. The 1st thing you'll notice about Larcomar is that you cannot see it. The entire complex is built into the cliffside, underneath Miraflores — the entrance is on Block 6 of Malecón de la Reserva, across the street from the JW Marriott hotel; take the stairs down just before you get to the cliff's edge. Pick a restaurant & watch the sun set on the Pacific.