Some Taverns of Buenos Aires
El Obrero: One of my favorites! in La Boca’s neighborhood, very close to the Usina del Arte, so you can take advantage and make a Cultural and Gastronomic combination! It is a place of worship. It is not easy to find it, better if you look www.googlemap.com before arrival. What You can eat? Puchero, Ravioli, lentil stew! Caffarena 64. Monday to Saturday for lunch and dinner.
Café de García: A must in Devoto neighborhood. Customers can enjoy the famous huge house Picada wich includes 30 ingredients. The place is like a dream: a billiards saloon, an old espresso machine, a long bar and a kind of museum that keeps very old objects. Sanabria 3302. Monday through Friday from 6 to 2:30 a.m. and 2:30 a.m. Saturday 7.
The Preferred of Palermo: declared Cultural Heritage of the City of Buenos Aires. This Palermo corner was in the beginning a warehouse bar, eventually became a tavern in the time that Palermo Viejo had low single houses. Traditional dishes: tripe, stew, pasta, etc. Jorge Luis Borges 2108. Monday to Saturday for lunch and dinner.
2901: More to the north of the city, in the neighborhood of Núñez. A simple tavern, but with a very tasty, abundant and affordable food. A nicely varied menu to suit all tastes. Cramer 2901. And no rest … ..Monday to Sunday all day.
Imparcial: In the City Centre. It is the oldest restaurant in town, opened in 1860. The people who work here have many stories to tell. I recommend: The Stewpot. Hipolito Yrigoyen 1201. Monday to Sunday for lunch and dinner.