Imilla Alzada

La Paz, Bolivia

Part pizzeria, part microbrewery, Imilla Alzada is all about the flavour – and it’s one of La Paz’s hottest places to hang out. A little off the beaten track in Cota Cota neighbourhood in the south of the city, this outdoor eatery is well worth the trip for its sourdough pizzas featuring Bolivian cheese and toppings such as aubergine and kale from the local farmers’ market. The name Imilla Alzada is a reference to yeast but the fermentation doesn’t stop at the sourdough: the restaurant specialises in craft beer and homemade cider from apples grown in Cochabamba. Alongside your pizza, be sure to order the craft beer tasting, a flight of four glasses that might include homebrewed IPA, wheat ale and passionfruit saison from talented owner and craft beer-maker Sukko Stach.

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Calle Alvares Plata, 50, Cota Cota, La Paz,