Address: Av. Corrientes 6735 – Chacarita

It is located where the Great Avenue ends. This is one of those restaurants that do not show the passage of time and that remind of the origins of the neighborhood, the simplicity of the daily life some decades ago.
It is a small and simple place to have a good time hanging out with friends. The decoration is primitive and many times you have to wait in order to get a seat. Despite of said fact, the fast service and the quality of the waiters stands out.
It is a classic restaurant that gave pizza its place. Among the 14 varieties of pizza there is one that stands out: the “Gran Albamonte” that has mozzarella cheese, ham, egg, pepper and palm tree cores. The people who go there very often say that it is one of the best pizzas in town. Other specialties stand out such as pastas or more local food such as “matambre”.
It is closed on Mondays.



Address: Paraná 356 – San Nicolás

Pipo is added to the list of places where you want to breathe that timeless porteño air, where the waiters provide their services in the same way as they used to in 1936 and the customs remain untouched.
It is a symbol of the vermicelli with tomato sauce and pesto whose flavor remains unchanged. It also serves exquisite traditional barbeques, for said reason many tourists go there. It is very popular due to its half-kilo beef. The dessert is a classic: flan or bread pudding with cream.
Prices are reasonable and the portions are sizable.
It opens every day from lunch, non-stop, until late dinner.