Británico

Address: Brasil 399 – San Telmo

This bar was originally created in 1930 with another name, but then it became the place of choice by the British soldiers that lived in Buenos Aires; therefore it was named “British”.
The bar is located in front of Parque Lezama and it is an austere place where a number of collectibles such as the old glass cabinet with old bottles. Among said bottles there is the Lucera aperitif that was the fashionable drink a long time ago.
It is said that the writer Ernesto Sábato wrote a part of his book “Sobre héroes y tumbas” (On Heroes and Tombs) here.
During the day, lots of young people attend it, cinema students in general (due to the proximity of the Cinema Private University) and during the night this place is chosen by taxi-drivers who gather to play cards and dominoes while they enjoy the typical dinners from Buenos Aires or cold cuts & cheese with beer.

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