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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 ...Popular withHistoryLocalFoodies
- 84.58 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 ...
Oui Oui is a tiny but comfortable place at Palermo, where you can have a really tasty breakfast or brunch. Everything you can find there is handmade, and they main difference is that you can find many American or most common international options to breakfast, like scramble eggs with bacon, French toasts, plus the local options. The store is small ...Popular withFoodiesFamiliesBudget
- 1156 reviews
The alfajor is a sweet treat, halfway between a biscuit and a cake, with lashings of dulce de leche, jam or mousse in the middle. The Havana brand is the oldest, most traditional brand of alfajor in Argentina, first set up in Mar Del Plata. There are thousands of Havana coffee shops all over Buenos Aires, but the Havana on ...Popular withLocalFoodiesNightlife
- 1347 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.Popular withFoodiesLocal
- 1555 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 ...Popular withBudgetFoodiesBackpackers
- 164.56 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.
I'll admit that this place reminded me a lot of a typical American restaurant but I have to admit that the food was amazing. The entire group that went there admitted that it was some of the best steak in Buenos Aires. I had the chicken also and it was a very savory alternative.Popular withFoodies
If price is not your problem, this place is the right for you. Definitively one of the TOP parrillas from Buenos Aires. You can sit indoors or outside with a beautiful view to Puerto Madero, the most nice neighborhood, with a view to the docks, the water, the great buildings and offices.
Before I came to Argentina, I did not like beef. Then I came to El Desnivel, and I discovered what steak should really taste like. Simply prepared (salt and pepper is all you need!) and affordable, this parilla's steak items are some of the best in the city. This restaurant has a lot of history, as does the neighborhood itself. ...Popular withFoodiesLocalBudget