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an elegantly rustic, old-school parrilla and neighborhood establishment. A contender in the best steak house battle, come for perfectly ccoked bife and absolutely killer morcilla (blood sausage) at non-touristy prices
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Don Julio Parrilla
4699 Guatemala
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an elegantly rustic, old-school parrilla and neighborhood establishment. A contender in the best steak house battle, come for perfectly ccoked bife and absolutely killer morcilla (blood sausage) at non-touristy prices
A charismatic delight in the middle of downtown´s grit, this small, jazzy-baho spot dishes out delicious modern Argentine food. Try the lomo DADA, a fat steak on top of potatoes smothered in mustard sauce or the filo-covered Morbier bites. Seats are limited, but you can always cozy up with the regulars at the bar and sip a cocktail while you wait
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Dada Bistró
941 San Martín
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A charismatic delight in the middle of downtown´s grit, this small, jazzy-baho spot dishes out delicious modern Argentine food. Try the lomo DADA, a fat steak on top of potatoes smothered in mustard sauce or the filo-covered Morbier bites. Seats are limited, but you can always cozy up with the regulars at the bar and sip a cocktail while you wait
Start the day with Farinellis home made museli and create your own ¨licuado¨from baskets full of fresh fruits. Breakfast runs till after midday, when the counter is cleared and prepared for the beautifully presented lunch selection. The menu changes daily and anyone with a sweet tooth will find it hard to leave without sampling the sweet treats displayed in the window
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Farinelli Bulnes
2707 Bulnes
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Start the day with Farinellis home made museli and create your own ¨licuado¨from baskets full of fresh fruits. Breakfast runs till after midday, when the counter is cleared and prepared for the beautifully presented lunch selection. The menu changes daily and anyone with a sweet tooth will find it hard to leave without sampling the sweet treats displayed in the window
From the outside it is a quirky flower shop that sells wines and vinyl discs, but go through a vault door to reveal a downstairs restaurants with great cocktails, food and intimate setting.
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Floreria Atlántico
872 Arroyo
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From the outside it is a quirky flower shop that sells wines and vinyl discs, but go through a vault door to reveal a downstairs restaurants with great cocktails, food and intimate setting.
Guidebooks may have caused this formerly low-key parrilla to become crowded with tourists, but it is well worth the hype. Skip the wait for the daily 40% off happy hour from 7-8pm sharp
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La Cabrera
5099 José Antonio Cabrera
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Guidebooks may have caused this formerly low-key parrilla to become crowded with tourists, but it is well worth the hype. Skip the wait for the daily 40% off happy hour from 7-8pm sharp
Since it opened in 2014 in a leafy Buenos Aires neighbourhood, Casa Cavia has carved out quite a name for itself, drawing an appreciative crowd to its high-ceilinged warren of rooms that are variously staged as restaurant, publishing house, bookstore, florist and perfumery.
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Casa Cavia
2985 Cavia
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Since it opened in 2014 in a leafy Buenos Aires neighbourhood, Casa Cavia has carved out quite a name for itself, drawing an appreciative crowd to its high-ceilinged warren of rooms that are variously staged as restaurant, publishing house, bookstore, florist and perfumery.
Burgers, fries, Chivito....all especially gourmet and good Dressing very good as well.
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Big Sur
3596 Av. Cerviño
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Burgers, fries, Chivito....all especially gourmet and good Dressing very good as well.
This is a very unique restaurant with amazing food. They do change the menu routinely, but the shakshouka, baba ganoush, goulash, and cigar (fish dish) are AMAZING! Actually all the dishes are amazing. If you are coming to Buenos Aires and you are looking for a unique dining experience this is the place.
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Mishiguene
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This is a very unique restaurant with amazing food. They do change the menu routinely, but the shakshouka, baba ganoush, goulash, and cigar (fish dish) are AMAZING! Actually all the dishes are amazing. If you are coming to Buenos Aires and you are looking for a unique dining experience this is the place.
Peruvian Food. Seriously fantabulous I can't wait to go back the flavors were spot on! bright light perfect service and it was busy, great wine selection
La Causa Nikkei
3550 Av. Cerviño
Peruvian Food. Seriously fantabulous I can't wait to go back the flavors were spot on! bright light perfect service and it was busy, great wine selection
Argentines eat more beef per capita than anyone, so you can trust that they know how to cook it right. Fervor isnt like the touristy steakhouses that line the pages of old guidebooks. This upscale restaurant is led by a chef who worked at Michelin - starred restaurant.
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Fervor
1519 Posadas
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Argentines eat more beef per capita than anyone, so you can trust that they know how to cook it right. Fervor isnt like the touristy steakhouses that line the pages of old guidebooks. This upscale restaurant is led by a chef who worked at Michelin - starred restaurant.
Expertly crafted cocktails, international cuisine and New York vibes come together in this underground restaurant. The menu skews Mediterranean and has a wide variety of tapas, pasta, griled meat and desserts.
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Basa
1328 Basavilbaso
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Expertly crafted cocktails, international cuisine and New York vibes come together in this underground restaurant. The menu skews Mediterranean and has a wide variety of tapas, pasta, griled meat and desserts.
Milanesa is a typical Latin dish consisiting of breaded and fried chicken or beef. El Club de la Milanesa is an entire restaurant dedicated to the dish. They are not afraid to take creative liberties here - options include a caprese, barbacoa, guacamole and provolone milanesa. The portions here are quite big, so we recommend sharing
El Club de la Milanesa
3190 Raúl Scalabrini Ortíz
Milanesa is a typical Latin dish consisiting of breaded and fried chicken or beef. El Club de la Milanesa is an entire restaurant dedicated to the dish. They are not afraid to take creative liberties here - options include a caprese, barbacoa, guacamole and provolone milanesa. The portions here are quite big, so we recommend sharing
El Burladero is Spanish hospitality at its best. Wether you speak spanish or not, the staff will make you feel right at home. The menu is full of delightful choices such us garlic prawns, tortillas, patatas bravas,cod croquettes, fried onion and gazpacho.
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El Burladero
1488 Pres. José Evaristo Uriburu
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El Burladero is Spanish hospitality at its best. Wether you speak spanish or not, the staff will make you feel right at home. The menu is full of delightful choices such us garlic prawns, tortillas, patatas bravas,cod croquettes, fried onion and gazpacho.
This is a San Telmo restaurant at its best: tightly packed tables, patrons knocking elbows, suited waiters, a sweaty asador and great meat. It started with one floor but now has three, including a rooftop terrace. Order your meat jugoso (rare) and the waiter might just cut it with a spoon. Like La Cabrera, it’s a bit pricier but the whole experience is a good value.
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La Brigada
465 Estados Unidos
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This is a San Telmo restaurant at its best: tightly packed tables, patrons knocking elbows, suited waiters, a sweaty asador and great meat. It started with one floor but now has three, including a rooftop terrace. Order your meat jugoso (rare) and the waiter might just cut it with a spoon. Like La Cabrera, it’s a bit pricier but the whole experience is a good value.
This Genovese trattoria serves up some of the best pasta in town, including perfectly al dente tagliatelle alla rúcola (tagliatelle with arugula), and tortelli bianchi con burro foso al aglio (pasta pillows stuffed with chard and Parmesan in a burned garlic sauce). For dessert there’s a great tiramisu. Take a taxi here at night. Also in Palermo.
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Il Matterello Ristorante
517 Martín Rodríguez
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This Genovese trattoria serves up some of the best pasta in town, including perfectly al dente tagliatelle alla rúcola (tagliatelle with arugula), and tortelli bianchi con burro foso al aglio (pasta pillows stuffed with chard and Parmesan in a burned garlic sauce). For dessert there’s a great tiramisu. Take a taxi here at night. Also in Palermo.
The menu at this modern parrilla is limited, but everything on it is spectacular, from the crispy provoleta (barbecued cheese), to the homemade chorizo and morcilla, to the tenderloin and rib cuts. This is a place for serious meat lovers who won't be put off by the butcher-themed decor. Portions are huge. Reserve ahead.
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La Carnicería
2317 Thames
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The menu at this modern parrilla is limited, but everything on it is spectacular, from the crispy provoleta (barbecued cheese), to the homemade chorizo and morcilla, to the tenderloin and rib cuts. This is a place for serious meat lovers who won't be put off by the butcher-themed decor. Portions are huge. Reserve ahead.
If you’re looking to splurge on a night out, Elena should be your destination. Located at the Four Seasons Hotel, this highly rated restaurant uses the best-quality ingredients to create exquisite dishes. Order its
Elena restaurante
1086 Posadas
If you’re looking to splurge on a night out, Elena should be your destination. Located at the Four Seasons Hotel, this highly rated restaurant uses the best-quality ingredients to create exquisite dishes. Order its
The food is fabulous and well priced at this long-standing Middle Eastern restaurant – come with a group to sample many exotic dishes. Start with the roasted eggplant hummus and boquerones (marinated sardines), then follow up with kebabs or lamb in yogurt sauce. Less busy at lunchtime; there's usually a wait for a table at dinner.
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Sarkis
1101 Thames
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The food is fabulous and well priced at this long-standing Middle Eastern restaurant – come with a group to sample many exotic dishes. Start with the roasted eggplant hummus and boquerones (marinated sardines), then follow up with kebabs or lamb in yogurt sauce. Less busy at lunchtime; there's usually a wait for a table at dinner.
This Italian eatery specializes in homemade pastas. Reserve one of the few tables with a water view, then enjoy sweet-potato gnocchi, gorgonzola ravioli or cappelletti (a small stuffed pasta) in four cheeses.
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La Parolaccia Casa Tua Palermo
3561 Av. Cerviño
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This Italian eatery specializes in homemade pastas. Reserve one of the few tables with a water view, then enjoy sweet-potato gnocchi, gorgonzola ravioli or cappelletti (a small stuffed pasta) in four cheeses.
Culture
this modern museum boasts some of the worlds best Latin American art. The select permanent collection includes Antonio Berni, Xul Solar and Diego Rivera with a schedule of equally intriguing events and exhibitions. Lupita, the adjacent restaurant, is worth a visit as well.
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ラテンアメリカ芸術博物館
3415 Av. Pres. Figueroa Alcorta
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this modern museum boasts some of the worlds best Latin American art. The select permanent collection includes Antonio Berni, Xul Solar and Diego Rivera with a schedule of equally intriguing events and exhibitions. Lupita, the adjacent restaurant, is worth a visit as well.
There arent many things that combine beauty and morbidness as well as this wall city of the dead, where above - ground mausoleums holding the remains of some of Argentina´s wealthiest line the tiny stone streets. Give yourself a couple hours to wander in quiet awe and yes, eventually pay homage to Evita
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レコレータ墓地
1760 Junín
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There arent many things that combine beauty and morbidness as well as this wall city of the dead, where above - ground mausoleums holding the remains of some of Argentina´s wealthiest line the tiny stone streets. Give yourself a couple hours to wander in quiet awe and yes, eventually pay homage to Evita
First opened in 1967 and then donated to the city of Buenos Aires in 1979, Jardin Japones makes a peaceful rest stop. Inside there is a Japanese restaurant along with lovely ponds filled with koi and spanned by pretty bridges.
Japanese Garden gift shop
2966 Av. Casares
First opened in 1967 and then donated to the city of Buenos Aires in 1979, Jardin Japones makes a peaceful rest stop. Inside there is a Japanese restaurant along with lovely ponds filled with koi and spanned by pretty bridges.
Despite it´s small size, the Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires is consistently rated one of the best in the city. The temporary exhibitions feature big international names like Yayoi Kusama, Marina Abramovic and Mario Testino.
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ラテンアメリカ芸術博物館
3415 Av. Pres. Figueroa Alcorta
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Despite it´s small size, the Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires is consistently rated one of the best in the city. The temporary exhibitions feature big international names like Yayoi Kusama, Marina Abramovic and Mario Testino.
El Ateneo may not be the most intimate of bookstores, but it is surely the most beautiful. What was once an opulent theater now sells bestsellers, CD´s and DVD´s. The former stage is a bustling cafe, which serves coffee and aperitifs.
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エル・アテネオ
1860 Av. Santa Fe
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El Ateneo may not be the most intimate of bookstores, but it is surely the most beautiful. What was once an opulent theater now sells bestsellers, CD´s and DVD´s. The former stage is a bustling cafe, which serves coffee and aperitifs.
On the eastern side of Plaza de Mayo stands the Casa Rosada, named for its distinctive color. It was from the balcony here that Eva Perón famously addressed the throngs of impassioned supporters packed into Plaza de Mayo. The building houses the Argentine President's offices; the presidential residence is in the suburb of Olivos, north of the center. Free hour-long guided tours are given at weekends and must be booked online in advance; bring ID.
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カサ・ロサダ
50 Balcarce
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On the eastern side of Plaza de Mayo stands the Casa Rosada, named for its distinctive color. It was from the balcony here that Eva Perón famously addressed the throngs of impassioned supporters packed into Plaza de Mayo. The building houses the Argentine President's offices; the presidential residence is in the suburb of Olivos, north of the center. Free hour-long guided tours are given at weekends and must be booked online in advance; bring ID.
Also known as Bosques de Palermo (Palermo Woods), this sweeping open parkland abounds with small lakes and pretty gazebos. Stands rent bikes and in-line skates, and joggers and power walkers circle the ponds – if you don't have the energy to join them, lie back under a tree and people-watch. There's also a monument to literary greats called El Jardín de los Poetas (the Garden of Poets), and the exquisite Rosedal (rose garden).
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3 De Febrero Park
110 Av. Infanta Isabel
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Also known as Bosques de Palermo (Palermo Woods), this sweeping open parkland abounds with small lakes and pretty gazebos. Stands rent bikes and in-line skates, and joggers and power walkers circle the ponds – if you don't have the energy to join them, lie back under a tree and people-watch. There's also a monument to literary greats called El Jardín de los Poetas (the Garden of Poets), and the exquisite Rosedal (rose garden).
One of Buenos Aires' most beautiful buildings is this 22-story office block, whose unique design was inspired by Dante’s Divine Comedy; its height (100m) is a reference to each canto (or song), the number of floors (22) to verses per song, and its divided structure to hell, purgatory and heaven. To see Palacio Barolo you'll need to book a guided tour, during which you'll get to ride in the 1920s elevator and admire the panoramic views from the rooftop lighthouse.
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Palacio Barolo
1370 Av. de Mayo
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One of Buenos Aires' most beautiful buildings is this 22-story office block, whose unique design was inspired by Dante’s Divine Comedy; its height (100m) is a reference to each canto (or song), the number of floors (22) to verses per song, and its divided structure to hell, purgatory and heaven. To see Palacio Barolo you'll need to book a guided tour, during which you'll get to ride in the 1920s elevator and admire the panoramic views from the rooftop lighthouse.
Surrounded by the Casa Rosada, the Cabildo and the city’s main cathedral, Plaza de Mayo is the place where Argentines gather in vehement protest or jubilant celebration. At the center is the Pirámide de Mayo, a white obelisk built to mark the first anniversary of independence from Spain. If you happen to be here on Thursday at 3:30pm, you’ll see the Madres de la Plaza de Mayo gather and circle the pyramid, holding photographs of their missing children. These mothers of the 'Disappeared’ (Argentines abducted by the state during the military dictatorship of 1976 to 1983) continue to march as a reminder of the past and for other social justice causes.
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マージョ広場
s/n Av. Hipólito Yrigoyen
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Surrounded by the Casa Rosada, the Cabildo and the city’s main cathedral, Plaza de Mayo is the place where Argentines gather in vehement protest or jubilant celebration. At the center is the Pirámide de Mayo, a white obelisk built to mark the first anniversary of independence from Spain. If you happen to be here on Thursday at 3:30pm, you’ll see the Madres de la Plaza de Mayo gather and circle the pyramid, holding photographs of their missing children. These mothers of the 'Disappeared’ (Argentines abducted by the state during the military dictatorship of 1976 to 1983) continue to march as a reminder of the past and for other social justice causes.
This impressive seven-story building is one of BA’s most prominent landmarks. It’s the city’s main performing-arts venue and a world-class forum for opera, ballet and classical music, with astounding acoustics. Occupying an entire city block, the Colón can seat 2500 spectators and provide standing room for another 500. The theater's real beauty lies on the inside, so if you can't get hold of tickets to a performance, take one of the frequent 50-minute backstage tours to view the stunning interior.
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コロン劇場
628 Cerrito
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This impressive seven-story building is one of BA’s most prominent landmarks. It’s the city’s main performing-arts venue and a world-class forum for opera, ballet and classical music, with astounding acoustics. Occupying an entire city block, the Colón can seat 2500 spectators and provide standing room for another 500. The theater's real beauty lies on the inside, so if you can't get hold of tickets to a performance, take one of the frequent 50-minute backstage tours to view the stunning interior.
Part of the original Franciscan convent and alongside its namesake church and cemetery, this excellent cultural center houses a variety of facilities, including art galleries, exhibition halls and a cinema. Events, courses and workshops are also offered – check the website for current offerings. Exhibitions are usually free, while tickets to films and shows are reasonably priced.
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Centro Cultural Recoleta
1930 Junín
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Part of the original Franciscan convent and alongside its namesake church and cemetery, this excellent cultural center houses a variety of facilities, including art galleries, exhibition halls and a cinema. Events, courses and workshops are also offered – check the website for current offerings. Exhibitions are usually free, while tickets to films and shows are reasonably priced.
La Boca's most famous street and 'open-air' museum is a magnet for visitors, who come to see its brightly painted houses and snap photographs of the figures of Juan and Eva Perón, Che Guevara and soccer legend Diego Maradona, who wave down from balconies. (Expect to pay a few pesos to take pictures of tango dancers or pose with props.) Sure, it could be called a tourist trap, but don't let that put you off. The houses here represent the neighborhood's typical tenement shacks, covered in corrugated zinc and originally brushed with leftover paint that Genoese port workers got from the ships. Caminito (or 'little path') was named after a 1926 tango song, which tells of a love lost. This song inspired Benito Quinquela Martín, La Boca's most famous artist, to help create Caminito in 1955.
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Caminito
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La Boca's most famous street and 'open-air' museum is a magnet for visitors, who come to see its brightly painted houses and snap photographs of the figures of Juan and Eva Perón, Che Guevara and soccer legend Diego Maradona, who wave down from balconies. (Expect to pay a few pesos to take pictures of tango dancers or pose with props.) Sure, it could be called a tourist trap, but don't let that put you off. The houses here represent the neighborhood's typical tenement shacks, covered in corrugated zinc and originally brushed with leftover paint that Genoese port workers got from the ships. Caminito (or 'little path') was named after a 1926 tango song, which tells of a love lost. This song inspired Benito Quinquela Martín, La Boca's most famous artist, to help create Caminito in 1955.
The centerpiece of this gleaming white colonial church, built by Franciscans in 1732, is a Peruvian altar adorned with silver from Argentina’s northwest. Inside, head to the left to visit the small but historic cloisters museum; it’s home to religious vestments, paintings, writings and interesting artifacts, and there are good views of Recoleta cemetery. On the left-hand side of the courtyard as you enter the church, look for a ceramic tiled artwork depicting Buenos Aires as it was in 1794, back when the church stood in open countryside outside the town.
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Claustros Históricos Basílica del Pilar
1898 Junín
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The centerpiece of this gleaming white colonial church, built by Franciscans in 1732, is a Peruvian altar adorned with silver from Argentina’s northwest. Inside, head to the left to visit the small but historic cloisters museum; it’s home to religious vestments, paintings, writings and interesting artifacts, and there are good views of Recoleta cemetery. On the left-hand side of the courtyard as you enter the church, look for a ceramic tiled artwork depicting Buenos Aires as it was in 1794, back when the church stood in open countryside outside the town.
This high-tech fútbol museum chronicles the history of the boisterous neighborhood of La Boca and its famous soccer team Boca Juniors with displays on the club's idols, championships and trophies and, of course, the gooooals. There’s a 360-degree theater in a giant soccer-ball auditorium and a good gift shop. It's worth paying the extra pesos for the stadium tour, which includes the chance to step onto the pitch. Located at La Bombonera stadium, three blocks north of El Caminito.
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Museo de la Pasión Boquense
805 Brandsen
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This high-tech fútbol museum chronicles the history of the boisterous neighborhood of La Boca and its famous soccer team Boca Juniors with displays on the club's idols, championships and trophies and, of course, the gooooals. There’s a 360-degree theater in a giant soccer-ball auditorium and a good gift shop. It's worth paying the extra pesos for the stadium tour, which includes the chance to step onto the pitch. Located at La Bombonera stadium, three blocks north of El Caminito.
Escape the frenzied traffic and packed sidewalks around Plaza Italia by dipping inside this lush botanical garden, designed by renowned landscape architect Carlos Thays and opened in 1898. It blooms with over 3000 tree and plant species, Roman-style sculptures, floating lily pads on still ponds and an antique iron-and-glass greenhouse originally shown at the 1900 Paris Exhibition.
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Botánico Carlos Thays Garden
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Escape the frenzied traffic and packed sidewalks around Plaza Italia by dipping inside this lush botanical garden, designed by renowned landscape architect Carlos Thays and opened in 1898. It blooms with over 3000 tree and plant species, Roman-style sculptures, floating lily pads on still ponds and an antique iron-and-glass greenhouse originally shown at the 1900 Paris Exhibition.
This gargantuan flower sculpture, located smack in the center of Plaza Naciones Unidas, is the inspired creation of architect Eduardo Catalano, who designed and funded the project in 2002. The giant aluminum and steel petals are 20m high and used to close like a real flower, from dusk until dawn – until the gears broke, that is.
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Floralis Genérica
2301 Av. Pres. Figueroa Alcorta
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This gargantuan flower sculpture, located smack in the center of Plaza Naciones Unidas, is the inspired creation of architect Eduardo Catalano, who designed and funded the project in 2002. The giant aluminum and steel petals are 20m high and used to close like a real flower, from dusk until dawn – until the gears broke, that is.
Empanadas
This little place has some of the nest empanadas in BA - be sure to try their signature *Sanjuanino¨. Head downstairs at it is nicer tha up.
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El Sanjuanino
1515 Posadas
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This little place has some of the nest empanadas in BA - be sure to try their signature *Sanjuanino¨. Head downstairs at it is nicer tha up.
In a hurry? Order your slice of pizza and eat it at the counter (el mostrador) standing up. Not only is it cheaper and quicker this way, but you get a good view of the old sports posters and soccer shirts on the walls of this traditional, local restaurant. The empanadas are great here, too – try the atún (tuna).
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El Cuartito
937 Talcahuano
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In a hurry? Order your slice of pizza and eat it at the counter (el mostrador) standing up. Not only is it cheaper and quicker this way, but you get a good view of the old sports posters and soccer shirts on the walls of this traditional, local restaurant. The empanadas are great here, too – try the atún (tuna).
Party
A quasi-hidden speakeasy for those in the know. Enter the chandelir-lit space through a password - activated phone booth (or the door next to it) and mingle with a local crowd while sipping on one of their original cocktails
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Frank's
1443 Arévalo
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A quasi-hidden speakeasy for those in the know. Enter the chandelir-lit space through a password - activated phone booth (or the door next to it) and mingle with a local crowd while sipping on one of their original cocktails
Stylish, sexy, tasty cocktails. We found this nice traditional cocktail bar and were able to get a seat at the bar. Traditional bar tenders whip, mix, and stir up your cocktails as smells and flavors fly by. Highly recommended.
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Presidente Bar
188 Av. Pres. Manuel Quintana
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Stylish, sexy, tasty cocktails. We found this nice traditional cocktail bar and were able to get a seat at the bar. Traditional bar tenders whip, mix, and stir up your cocktails as smells and flavors fly by. Highly recommended.
Models and similarly glitzy types love Isabel. Every detail is glamorous, from the cocktails, leather booths and outdoor patio and right down to the completely mirrored bathroom, which you may get lost in after a few rounds of drinks.
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Isabel
1664 Uriarte
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Models and similarly glitzy types love Isabel. Every detail is glamorous, from the cocktails, leather booths and outdoor patio and right down to the completely mirrored bathroom, which you may get lost in after a few rounds of drinks.
Descend the graffiti-strewn stairwell and step aboard the carriage of an actual New York subway train to reach BA's hottest bar, a cavernous underground space with DJs and dancing, and a smaller, cozier room styled as a pharmacy. It's a popular place; call ahead to put your name on the guest list.
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Uptown
2030 Arévalo
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Descend the graffiti-strewn stairwell and step aboard the carriage of an actual New York subway train to reach BA's hottest bar, a cavernous underground space with DJs and dancing, and a smaller, cozier room styled as a pharmacy. It's a popular place; call ahead to put your name on the guest list.
Upscale restaurant-wine bar with a good selection of wines by the glass as well as fresh fruit cocktails, exotic martinis and Euro- and Asian-inspired dinner selections. It’s very popular, so come early and snag a good seat on a sofa.
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Gran Bar Danzon
1161 Libertad
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Upscale restaurant-wine bar with a good selection of wines by the glass as well as fresh fruit cocktails, exotic martinis and Euro- and Asian-inspired dinner selections. It’s very popular, so come early and snag a good seat on a sofa.
This sophisticated, upscale and polo-inspired bar is located in the five-star Four Seasons Hotel and attracts a well-heeled clientele. Drinks are top quality, from the craft beers to the exotic cocktails and fine international liquors; the food is good as well. Dress well, bring a fat wallet and come early if you'd like to avoid the crowds; otherwise reserve ahead.
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Pony Line
1086 Posadas
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This sophisticated, upscale and polo-inspired bar is located in the five-star Four Seasons Hotel and attracts a well-heeled clientele. Drinks are top quality, from the craft beers to the exotic cocktails and fine international liquors; the food is good as well. Dress well, bring a fat wallet and come early if you'd like to avoid the crowds; otherwise reserve ahead.
Jet definitely has an exclusive vibe that attracts celebrities and fashionistas, so put on your best get-up or you won’t make the dress code. Early on you can hang in the swanky cocktail lounge, nibble on tapas or sushi and enjoy the marina view. As the night progresses, however, the hip young clubbers start making their appearance.
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Jet BA
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Jet definitely has an exclusive vibe that attracts celebrities and fashionistas, so put on your best get-up or you won’t make the dress code. Early on you can hang in the swanky cocktail lounge, nibble on tapas or sushi and enjoy the marina view. As the night progresses, however, the hip young clubbers start making their appearance.
One of BA’s most elegant bars, this sexy spot takes up three floors of a renovated old mansion. The garden out back is a leafy paradise, overlooked by a solid balcony that holds the best seats in the house. Nearby marble steps are also an appealing place to lounge with a frozen mojito or basil daiquiri.
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Milion
1048 Paraná
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One of BA’s most elegant bars, this sexy spot takes up three floors of a renovated old mansion. The garden out back is a leafy paradise, overlooked by a solid balcony that holds the best seats in the house. Nearby marble steps are also an appealing place to lounge with a frozen mojito or basil daiquiri.
Delys
A sufficiently large selection of wines at a reasonable price together with various charcuterie in a pleasant atmosphere. Great as somewhere to grab a glass and bite for an hour or so
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The Pick Market
3154 Ugarteche
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A sufficiently large selection of wines at a reasonable price together with various charcuterie in a pleasant atmosphere. Great as somewhere to grab a glass and bite for an hour or so
Specializing in organic and natural fare, this place has a good range of fish and vegetarian options, including tasty sandwiches, wraps, salads, and fish and veggie burgers as well as the classic beef version. A nice place to linger with a coffee or smoothie. Also sells deli products to take away.
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Tiendas Naturales
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Specializing in organic and natural fare, this place has a good range of fish and vegetarian options, including tasty sandwiches, wraps, salads, and fish and veggie burgers as well as the classic beef version. A nice place to linger with a coffee or smoothie. Also sells deli products to take away.
Sweat
Large, well-equiped. SportClub is one of the citie´s top gyms. They have plenty of stationary bikes, multiple swimming pools and even some green spaces to relax in
Sport Club Recoleta
1179 Rodríguez Peña
Large, well-equiped. SportClub is one of the citie´s top gyms. They have plenty of stationary bikes, multiple swimming pools and even some green spaces to relax in
Ice Cream
With 11 branches around the city, Persicco is many porteños' ice-cream vendor of choice. The selection of flavors will leave you spoilt for choice – take our advice and order the dulce de leche (caramel).
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Persicco
2591 Jerónimo Salguero
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With 11 branches around the city, Persicco is many porteños' ice-cream vendor of choice. The selection of flavors will leave you spoilt for choice – take our advice and order the dulce de leche (caramel).
Sample Argentina's fabulous Italian-style gelato at this upmarket ice-cream parlor. The sambayón (made with egg yolks, milk, cream, sugar and Marsala wine) is particularly good here.
Un Altra Volta
2614 Av. Cnel. Díaz
Sample Argentina's fabulous Italian-style gelato at this upmarket ice-cream parlor. The sambayón (made with egg yolks, milk, cream, sugar and Marsala wine) is particularly good here.