I don't know why people say that this is a great and unique place to go. I've found it ugly and unsafe. Also everything there is overpriced. Not recommended!
Restaurants near Caminito, Buenos Aires
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- 20.06 mi0.06 mi from Caminito, Buenos Aires1 review
We saw this museum's show about political and pop art in Argentina and Brazil from the 60s and 70s and were impressed with the thoughtful curation that had gone into the exhibit. The show included about 150 diverse pieces – I think everyone who walked into that museum found something that captivated them, whether it was the Jesus hanging off ...Popular withDesignLocalHistory
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- 40.34 mi0.34 mi from Caminito, Buenos Aires
La Boca is famous for the Tango, which you'll find on El Caminito, the main pedestrian street. There's some shopping and lots of sidewalk restaurants. The houses are brilliantly colored which tells you right away that this place likes to party.Popular withLocalBusinessGreen
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- 60.75 mi0.75 mi from Caminito, Buenos Aires
A friend recommended El Obrero as a traditional parilla without a lot of tourist traffic and with a lot of atmosphere. I'm a vegetarian so I just had a pasta dish, which was nothing exciting, but my steak-loving husband adored this place. It's a bit off the beaten path and our cab driver had a hard time figuring out exactly ...
- 70.97 mi0.97 mi from Caminito, Buenos Aires1 review
This is Argentina's version of the Barber Shop. Old men stand around for lunch eating steaks, drinking wine, and talking about fútbol. You won't be treated like royalty, but you will get a real, Porteño feeling. Guillermo, the owner, used to play professional soccer and now loves spending every day in front of the parilla, serving up S. America's best ...
- 80.97 mi0.97 mi from Caminito, Buenos Aires1 review
I went with a group of friends to this delightful restaurant in the Palermo neighborhood of Buenos Aires. I was quite taken with both the ambiance and the food. It almost has a french country bistro kind of feel. I ordered the brunch combo for about $18.00 and it was worth every penny. It included a variety of pastries, fresh ...
- 90.49 mi0.49 mi from Caminito, Buenos Aires1 review
We wound up here because we were starving and Lonely Planet had recommended it. And indeed, the food was good – at the waiter's recommendation, we ordered the meat ravioli and the green taglioni stuffed with cheese. However, we both wound up feeling like the place was overpriced – the 13-per-person table service charge also seemed kind of extreme (the ...
- 100.8 mi0.8 mi from Caminito, Buenos Aires1 review
A mexican restaurant just outside of San Telmo area of Buenos Aires. It is not bad, just kind of expensive for it's quality. Although it is mexican style cuisine, it definitely has more of Argentinian style of cooking and feel to it. I would only recommend this place to some one who craves mexican food while in San Telmo.
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- 132.29 mi2.29 mi from Caminito, Buenos Aires11 reviews
Cafe Tortoni is the oldest cafe in the city of Buenos Aires, having been founded in 1858. It's a highly touristed spot, due to its reputation and history. Try an iced dulce de leche drink if you stop in. Note: Expect to wait a bit for a table. The place is packed.Popular withHistoryFoodiesLocal
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- 183.91 mi3.91 mi from Caminito, Buenos Aires7 reviews
You have to have "café con leche y media lunas" (coffee and croissants) under the tree in front of this traditional cafe.Popular withFoodiesLocal
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- 202.78 mi2.78 mi from Caminito, Buenos Aires5 reviews
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