Esquina Homero Manzi

Address: Av. San Juan 3601 – Boedo

This historic place offers a dinner-tango-show of international level in the heart of Southern Boedo neighbourhood, right in the intersection of Boedo and San Juan Avenues. The name commemorates the poet Homero Manzi, due to the strength with which he was bonded to the place, both in life and work. Everything recalls him, from the façade to the objects inside, like his texts, scores, writings, pictures and cartoons that give the entrance a unique profile.
Such profile has nothing to do with what it looked like back in the ‘40s, when it was only the typical bar of the neighbourhood where the poet would spend long hours with friends. It was also the place of birth and development of an intellectual trend that contributed to making history, called “the Boedo group”, in which painters, artists, poets and actors were involved.

Esquina Homero Manzi (Homero Manzi Corner)
Esquina Homero Manzi (Homero Manzi Corner)

Esquina Homero Manzi (Homero Manzi Corner)
Esquina Homero Manzi, located at the core of Boedo

Esquina Homero Manzi (Homero Manzi Corner)
Esquina Homero Manzi (Homero Manzi Corner)

Esquina Homero Manzi (Homero Manzi Corner)
The Esquina Hormero Manzi pays homage to the homonym poet and author of tango and milonga