Address: Guardia Vieja 4085 – Almagro
This recently redesigned restaurant opens at 10pm, offering pizza or pasta (you can repeat the dish or the beverages as many times as you want). After 1am it turns into a dance floor. This is where the best classics of the 70’s are revived, which makes this a very special place to go with nostalgic friends and who want to dance.
Address: Av Alvear 1891 – Recoleta
It constitutes the lobby of the Alvear five-star hotel, one of the most distinguished places in the city, located in the core of Recoleta. Stunningly beautiful, it was built following the French style of the 18th century revealed in the Ritz Hotels.
The Sunday brunches are considered to be the best in the city. The round marble tables stand out in this sumptuous frame once visited by many different world known characters, from the Prince of Wales to Arthur Miller, from Joan Manuel Serrat to Kenzo, from the Spanish Royal Family to Sharon Stone, among many others.
Address: Aristóbulo del Valle 1100 – La Boca
A couple of Spanish immigrants opened it in 1939 , receiving the current name in 1976, when their son took charge. It recalls the building’s age on the one side, and the 3,5m tin counter, which is said to be unique in Buenos Aires in such size.
The decoration in highly original, with a carved wooden coating on the walls and a giant mural standing out together with the shelves in the part where the store used to be. There are also antique objects such as the fridges or a German cold cuts slicer, which are preserved in the best shape possible through restoration.
For these features, it has been the stage for many films.
It organizes the literary “mate cocido” for the children that attend school in the surroundings, so that they learn the true story and escape the visual invasion of today’s consumption trend.
This mission makes it a refuge for artists and bohemians of La Boca and of other places where there is no place like this one.