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La Poesía is one of my favorite places to drink a cup of coffee, a glass of craft beer, and to eat a picada (in Argentina: a mix of appetizers) while chatting with friends. The prices vary, but if you're budget conscious you can share a picada with a friend and a liter of beer and expect to spend around ...Popular withLocalHistoryFoodies
This restaurant is incredible. Everything here will please you, the place is beautiful, the decoration is unique, the service is awesome and the food...superb. And no, I'm not exaggerating. La Rosalía is three or four blocks away from Plaza Dorrego, where every Sunday they have the famous "Feria de San Telmo" (San Telmo Fair), so if you are in Buenos ...
Casa Felix is one of those special places that you read about as a child—a secret garden, a cloud at the end of a giant beanstalk, or a palace under the sea. You aren’t sure it actually exists until you go there. That’s because this intimate dining venue is a Puerta Cerrada, a ‘closed-door’ (underground) restaurant that takes place thrice ...Popular withVegetarian
We asked our taxi driver to take us to Puerto Madero for dinner, but it informed us that it was way too early to have fun in that area, and told us he'd take us to Palermo Soho instead... which worked out, since it's the area we're staying in. We figured we might as well ask him for a recommendation. ...Popular withLuxuryFamiliesFoodies
“Merienda” literally means “snack.” In Buenos Aires, a merienda is a light meal that you might take at about 5pm in the afternoon, perhaps a little later during the week, and would normally comprise of bakery snacks, including toast, medialunas (croissants) and other sugary delights. For the best merienda to accompany a strong cup of coffee in Buenos Aires, head ...Popular withLocalFoodiesLuxury
With an amazing selection of beans and brews, this place (located in the heart of San Telmo) satisfies every possible coffee aficionado craving, especially in a city not known for a great coffee (sad thing indeed) I went for a Chemex brew with guatemaltecan beans recommended by the lovely staff (passionate about their products and not hipsterly snobbish), and I ...Popular withFoodiesBackpackersBudget
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One of the few British pubs in Buenos Aires and a very popular place with locals who come after work. Great beer on draft and a nice traditional English menu (Fish and Chips included). If you want to eat, come early as seating is limited. There's also a pool table and a backyard for respite. Overall, very nice atmosphere, friendly ...Popular withLocalBusinessNightlife
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On a hot summer’s day in Buenos Aires, coffee addicts will benefit from the frappuccinos in Café Martinez. Café Martinez is a chain coffee shop in Buenos Aires and it serves some of the best frappuccinos in town. The extra servings of cream and dulce de leche on top of these frappuccinos makes this coffee shop choice particularly sweet.Popular withFoodiesTrendsters
A wonder ful small quaint place to eat in the heart of Palermo. It is not at all near the tourist attractions but at the same time not a far walk from them. It is tucked away in the residential areas of Palermo. We kind of wandered there and noticed a lot of locals eating there, so we assumed it ...
La Cholita is the steak house version of sister restaurant Cumana. The decor is very similar to Cumana- bright colored walls, rustic tables and the service is equivalent- fast, direct and efficient. The food here is delicious and the steaks were cooked perfectly here and very tasty. In BA you find a lot of restaurants that screw up the temperature ...
Milanesas lovers can rest assured that this restaurant will allow them to taste every possible size and type of this classic Argentinian dish. Actually, a milanesa is very similar to a german schnitzel, but instead of pork, they usually consist of beef or chicken. Everything is set to share with a large group of friends (not for a romantic dinner): ...Popular withFoodiesFamiliesStudents
In the meat-lover's paradise of Buenos Aires, Bio Restaurant offers a welcome sanctuary for vegetarian set. Serving up creative, mostly organic fare inspired by a host of world cuisines, Bio is sure to delight even the most carnivorous travelers.Popular withVegetarian