Mercado Municipal is the closest thing Villa de Leyva has to a hip, Bogotá-style restaurant. Enter into this colonial building that dates to 1740 and the first thing you’ll see are black-and-white checkered tile floors and a wood-burning oven, where many of the dishes are cooked. On the wall is a blackboard listing updated comfort foods that focus on seasonal produce—think crispy duck salad, grilled octopus, sweetbreads, and artisan pizzas. Tables surround a central patio. Within the same building are Rosa Cremosa, a gourmet sweet shop, and Bolivár Social Club, a swanky cocktail bar.