Aside from the beaches, the most popular spot in Niebla seems to be the open-air food market. This is the Chilean version of a biergarten.
Beer, corny entertainment, beer, meat, beer… you get the idea.
Since we’ve been spending a lot of time in the bus, we sprang for a cabana and stretched out in this tiny little town. For some reason, $40USD seems to be the sweet spot for cabanas.
We went back to the food market and tried one of everything.
Pulmay, humitas, pastel de choclo, cazuelo, empenadas de mariscos, papas rellenas, sopaipillas, and of course, beer & doughnuts.