The Museo del Pisco has the widest selection of artisanal piscos anywhere in Peru. Many are quite specific, from renowned Peruvian producers like Cholo Matías or Cepas del Loro, and are best served straight or in flights where you can compare the variations of a single grape or region. The restaurant has an extensive cocktail list, too, though many don’t realize the rambling three-level space with pisco diagrams on the walls also has a kitchen, serving a short but well-curated list of dishes like duck prosciutto, alpaca burgers, and aji de gallina–filled tequeños. There’s often live music.