This place is frequent by locals and the crowd is ecclectic and very diverse. You will surely have great food, drinks and mingle with the locals
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…
a quaint neighborhood spot that serves large portions of Argentine classics and offers a fine selection of Malbecs. If you’re looking for a casual place to enjoy traditional Argentine food among locals, then Dada is the best bet, but be warned – it’s a small space that fills up quickly.
The coolest bar in town. It looks like a french bistro, the atmosphere is great, and the drinks are delicious (try the mojito!). Staff is friendly and inviting, great for a late night drink.
“If you're looking for fine dining and got the pocket to spare, Casa Cavia is the place to splurge at. Found inside a beautifully restored home, the restaurant is designed around a gorgeous courtyard. The dishes are all delicious, though on the small and (most definitely) expensive side. Should you not be in the mood for dinner, this place has an elegant bar with special cocktails worth the try. Book your reservation a couple of hours in advance.”
“If you’re into CAFE DE ESPECIALIDAD as I am, then you cannot miss THE SHELTER COFFEE. Amazing varieties plus LA MARZZOCO make something out-of-this-world. Masculine vintage vibe and so hip!”