The Hungry Post hosted the first international Sunset Party

Thanks to Don Julio, we took over Cartagena, Colombia


The first Hungry Post Sunset Party pop-up in Cartagena took place on May 4th and was presented by:

Bienvenidos to The Hungry Post! We’re all about buena comida, buenos cocteles y buena compañía! We recommend restaurants in Miami and New York City and bring them together through digital content and events.

We host sunset parties, dinners, brunches, cocktail-making classes, and more for our local Latin community with the mission of discovering each city through a culinary lens. Wherever we go, siempre llevamos un pedacito de Miami con nosotros.

This spring, for the first time eeeeeeeever, The Hungry Post went INTERNATIONAL, did you join us?

On Saturday, May 4th, Miami, NYC, and our new Colombian Hungries packed up those beach bags and tropical outfits and joined us for a quick getaway to Cartagena, Colombia!

Our first rumbita Colombiana was one for the books! We took over Casa Palmera, located inside La Ciudad Amurallada. We sipped on refreshing Don Julio cocktails, munched on comidita rica, and enjoyed buena musiquita Latina. As for the food, menu highlights included: Trilogía de Tacos, Crispy Calamari, Ceviche de Pescado, and more.

La rumba estuvo increíble! We danced pegadito to the best reggaetoncito played by our favorite Miami DJs: Juan Diego Viteri and Andre Ferro. Plus, we also had un poco de talento local with Ivan Montes and Nicolas Nohra. These guys set the mood and had us dancing hasta bieeeeen tarde!

Thank you for joining us at our first international Sunset Party pop-up Hungries! It was an EPIC rumba and it wouldn’t have been the same without you there! We hope to come back real soon! But for now, we’ll see you at our next events back in Miami and NYC!

Here’s what went down at the first international Sunset Party pop-up in Cartagena, Colombia at Casa Palmera presented by Don Julio!

Oh, and if you’re ever in Cartagena again, we did some research for where to eat and drink (obviamente). Enjoy!


    • Mila Pastelería: All-day spot offering pastries and breakfast with options like French toast, huevos rotosdesayuno Costeño, croissants, churros, and more.
    • Época: All-day café bar serving areiptas de queso fundido, avocado toast, arepa e’ huevohuevos divorciados, waffles, specialty coffee, classic cocktails, and more.
    • AMASA: Minimalistic cafe with a wide selection of dishes such as mini pancakes, churro french toast, salads, bowls, sandwiches, pastries, and more.
    • Juan del Mar: This laid-back spot is one of Cartagena’s most iconic restaurants. It has buen ambiente with musiquita en vivo all day long. Don’t skip their specialty pizzas with extra thin crust, Burrata EncrostadaTiradito de Atún, and Octopus Carpaccio.
    • Restaurante Candé: Expect live music with a menu that features traditional Cartagena dishes (mostly seafood) such as the Ceviche en CocoMuelitas de JaibaLangosta IsleñaArroz Anfitrión, and Posta Cartagenera.
    • Mistura: Casual spot with a global cuisine. You can expect dishes ranging from tacos, bao buns, sushi, and ceviches to crispy prawns, fish risotto, and Lomo Saltado. The Piqueo de la Casa comes with a little bit of everything to share.
    • Carmen: Originally from Medellín, Carmen is located in a colonial house in the historic center of Cartagena. As for the food, it focuses on elevating traditional Colombian dishes. Menu highlights include El CevicheEmpanadaPez Palma with risotto de arroz con coco and palmitos frescos del Putumayo, Pulpo, and La Posta Cartagenera.
    • Rabo de Pez: New addition to the Cartagena dining scene serving elevated dishes such as Pulpo al CarbónAgnolotti de Langosta, and Arroz de Pato Ahumado.
    • Harry’s Bar: An institution. Make sure you get the Lobster Nachos and Octopus Chicharrón.
    • Niku: Trendy Nikkei restaurant serving an extensive menu featuring ceviches, sashimis, nigiri, sushi rolls, steaks, and more.
    • Benitto: Cozy Italian spot serving wood-fired pizzas, pasta, risotto, and more.
    • Restaurante 1621: Voted one of the top 25 best restaurants in the world by Traveler’s Choice Best 2022 awards. This restaurant merges French cuisine with local ingredients to offer guests a tasting menu.
    • Lobo de Mar: Contemporary Mediterranean cuisine focused on shared plates for the table. Don’t skip their Goat Cheese Salad and Pulpo a la Parrilla, which are some of their most popular dishes.
    • La Única: Authentic Mexican food and a great spot to enjoy steak in Cartagena like Picanha and Porter House Short. You can also order traditional Mexican dishes such as Tostadas de AtúnAlcachofas a las BrasasQueso FundidoCharcoal Bone Marrows.
    • Restaurante Celele: Located in Getsemani, this Contemporary Colombian restaurant was voted No. 16 by The Worlds 50 Best Restaurants in 2023. Menu highlights include Burrata de Leche de Búfala de Planeta Rica, Cangreja del Arhipiélago de San Bernardo y Arepa Samaria, Celele de Cerdo.
    • EL BARÓN Cafe & Cocktail Bar: This is a very small, intimate, and cozy bar with an avant-garde cocktail menu featuring classic and signature drinks. Make sure to order their Gin Basil Smash and Rosarito. “Everyone goes here.”
    • La Movida: Best known as a bar and nightclub. This chic spot is where you’re going for buena musiquita. Make sure to order a Gin and Tonic.
    • ALQUÍMICO: Ranked No.9 by The World’s 50 Best Bars, ALQUÍMICO is located in a three-story colonial mansion. Each floor has its own Colombian identity showcased by different drinks and dishes.


THE HUNGRY POST Sunset Party pop-up in Cartagena
THE HUNGRY POST Sunset Party pop-up in Cartagena
THE HUNGRY POST Sunset Party pop-up in Cartagena