Restaurants for Backpackers in Buenos Aires, Argentina 

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    5 reviews

    Italian influences in Buenos Aires are everywhere. The Porteño’s love for pizza is just one example. The pizza dough served in Guerrín is bar far one of the best in the city and you have the added option of either ordering a couple of slices to eat standing up, or entering the restaurant section for s sit-down meal. I suggest ...

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  • 2

    Coffee Town

    2 reviews

    OK, so we were sitting in this cafe, shooting the shit with the awesome owners and staff, and drinking some truly tremendous coffee, when who walks up and orders a cuppa - JOHN MALCOVICH, that's who!!!! This place would get an unadulterated five-star rating from me even without the celebrity sighting - its passionate owners and barristas make some seriously ...

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    El Club de la Milanesa

    2 reviews

    El Club de la Milanesa is a chain restaurant that is growing a lot in Argentina. It's main attraction is a whole menu of milanesas like if they were pizzas. This one, located at Av Callao, is one of the biggest and really nice.

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  • 4

    Sugar Bar Buenos Aires

    6 reviews

    Sugar Bar is run by mostly expats and there is a strong focus on attracting expats to this bar. The service is always consistent and all the staff speak perfect English and operate like any bar you would find in the States. This place is a very popular event space for groups like Spanglish and other expat social groups in ...

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    Cafe Tortoni

    Café Tortoni is one of the “cafés notables” in Buenos Aires, meaning that it’s one of the oldest and most traditional coffee shops that you could ever frequent in the city. One of the most traditional orders would be a coffee (either black, with milk or a “lagrima”) with three medialunas (or croissants) on the side. You’ll be served by ...

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  • 6

    Siga La Vaca

    13 reviews

    Great restaurant! Food is really good and it's all you can eat, so all meat lovers will feel home here.

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  • 7

    La Boca - Buenos Aires

    Important known district of Buenos Aires where people go to buy gifts, drink a cup of coffee, restaurants and Tango show.

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    Cafe San Juan

    7 reviews

    Coming to Buenos Aires on Winter, it's a good place to drink a hot beverage.

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  • 9

    La Cabrera

    20 reviews

    Fantastic bife de chorizo, one of the best parrillas in the city. Love the many free chef's gifts as well.

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  • 10

    Cabaña Las Lilas

    Cabana Las Lilas is one of BA's most expensive steak houses. It has been said that dignitaries and celebrities have dinned here. It is a beautiful steak house, right next to the water and they offer a great selection of premium cut steaks. Reservations are taken months in advance and it is one of the few places in BA that ...

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  • 11


    Although a very common chain available all over Buenos Aires, the quality of the ice cream is great and always consistently delicious. My favorite by a mile is the chocolate chip dulce de leche because it is AMAZING!

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  • 12

    Gran Café Tortoni

    11 reviews

    For me this place is more a tourist spot. The decor is beautiful. The food is below average and is on the expensive side. Do not order the iced cappuccino, it's no bueno!

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  • 13


    8 reviews

    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 ...

  • 14

    Don Julio

    9 reviews

    Great parrilla option in Palermo, take friends here if La Cabrera is too busy

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  • 15

    Oui Oui

    8 reviews

    French style cafe in Palermo. Only had a light lunch there, but it was very good.

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  • 16

    Havanna Alfajores

    This is simply the best Alfajor in the world. They are so good that I can't even describe. Havanna is a chain of coffee shops in Argentina so you will find lots of them around, just like Starbucks.

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  • 17

    Café La Biela

    7 reviews

    One block over from the apartment. Politicians, actors, celebrities sometimes visit for a beer or coffee. A little pricey, but a nice place to have a lunchtime beer and a sandwich outside under the massive Ombu tree.

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  • 18

    Gran Bar Danzón

    6 reviews

    Busy, busy bar. Gets too crowded sometimes though. A place to be seen!

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  • 19


    6 reviews

    peruvian-style sushi in argentina. one of my favorite non-argentinian argentinian restaurants. as with any sushi feast, try a little bit of everything. you won't be sorry. that said, it can get pricey. bring your sugar mama/daddy or put it on your company's expense report.

  • 20

    El Desnivel

    El Desnivel is a tradition Argentinian Parrilla located in San Telmo. I have been here 3 times in the last 6 years and the food is consistently good and the location is excellent. During the Sunday San Telmo Antique fair, this place gets really busy so expect to wait. Other than that, you can walk in and get a table. ...

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