I've never seen so many varieties of pisco in my life. Bottles of the Peruvian liquor line the wall behind the bar, while colorful murals detailing the history of pisco cover the remaining walls.
El Museo del Pisco is the perfect place to taste your way through a plethora of piscos, but the real fun is in the house-infused pisco selection. Flavors range from the familiar, like strawberry or fig, to Peruvian-specific flavors like coca leaves or muña (an Andean mint). Try one (or many) on its own, or in a pisco sour.
To fill out the atmosphere, stop by in the evenings for live music - the perfect accompaniment to a glass of pisco.