La Boca may feel a bit Disney-ish at times, what with decked-out tango dancers offering to take a picture with you (for a small fee, of course), but the colorful scenery and warm atmosphere will charm you. Have a seat at one of the many cafes or restaurants for empanadas and a beer and watch a tango or chacarera performance. ...Popular withLocalBusinessGreen
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I went there for lunch with some coleagues, and honestly I didn't like it. The meat wasn't great, some cuts were very good, but some of them were overcooked or hard to chew. French fries and desert are definitely not good. Many people come here, I know, but it's not the best place to try some argentine meat. I mean, ...Popular withFoodies
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go for dinner, stay for drinks. my fave bar in BA. three stories of fun, food and fabulous drinks. oh, and the people are just the right amount of hip. there's a great back patio to hang out when it's nice. order a fernet 1882 y coca-cola. yum! oh, and the 3-story spiral staircase is a great place for a ...
This is hands down the best meal I had in Buenos Aires, and one of the best meals I've ever had in my life (and I've been fortunate to have lots of great meals all over the world!) The simple but delicious (and surprisingly affordable) menu marries interesting flavors, but more importantly, you can tell that so much care and ...Popular withFoodiesBusinessGreen
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Here in Buenos Aires you can literally get pizza everywhere and to me most of it taste pretty much the same. However, I will have to give mad props to Pizzeria Guerrin for their Pizza Napolitana with Pancetta. I DO understand that once you get used to a certain kind of pizza you will compare everything to that. This pizza ...Popular withBudgetFoodiesBackpackers
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The mix of Peruvian saviche and Japanese sushi is outstanding. Service is very good, and atmosphere is nice. However, we got two small first dishes,which we didn't order. wThey were very small so we thought it is an apetiser on the house. Eventually we were charged 100 pesos (around 20 US$) for them!