Restaurants in Argentina

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Chef-owner María Luisa D’Aloiso has made this cupcake-sized venue a destination patisserie for sweet-toothed porteños. Sticky chocolate cakes,... Read More

This award-winning joint in Retiro is backed by a dream team, which includes both legendary barman “Tato” Giovannoni and Julián Díaz, owner of 878 ... Read More

Stuck in a late-Modernist time warp amid the Microcentro bustle, this 60’s café is for certain media and politico types an office, living... Read More

One part Oscar Wilde, one part Charlie Trotter and one part unique; Mallmann is probably Argentina’s best-known living chef. At Patagonia Sur, the... Read More

Colombian-Irish couple Victoria Angarita and Alan Jordan set up Full City in 2011. Since then, it has switched neighborhoods (from Chacarita to the more... Read More

Founded in 1858, the Tortoni is an urban gem that continues to sparkle. It is easier to list the literary and political luminaries from Argentina’s late... Read More

Service is fast and furious at this casual Asian/Latin American eatery. Led by an Anglo-Argentine couple who previously worked with local celebrity chef... Read More

Since its opening in 1866, the storied French Club has drawn generations of politicians and writers. While the city’s intelligentsia still... Read More

Founded by Colombian siblings in San Carlos de Bariloche, i Latina moved to the Argentine capital four years ago and hasn't looked back. Chef Santiago... Read More

You’ll get brownie points just for knowing about this place, a word-of-mouth success with a supper club vibe. Colombian chef Santiago Macias’s seven... Read More

Not more than a kick of a fútbol from the Boca Juniors stadium, and as brightly colored as a Caminito house, Il Mattarello is the gritty barrio... Read More

The northwest's "high plains cuisine" with contemporary style. Read More

Love oozes out of every pressata sandwich and chocolate mousse tartlette topped off with sea salt at La Alacena. And every bite is totally delicious at... Read More

Ground zero for people-watching in Buenos Aires is the terrace at this Parisian-style café and bar. Here, shaded by one of the city’s grandest rubber... Read More

Chef Jean Paul Bondoux hails from the Bourgogne region of France; in 1993, he opened this restaurant that specializes in cuisine from his homeland, at... Read More

Of all the steak houses in this carnivorous city, La Brigada may have the most loyal following: members of the national soccer team are regulars. Have... Read More

Soccer and steak define this San Telmo classic, owned and (meticulously) overseen by legendary grill-master Hugo Echevarrieta. The walls festooned with... Read More

Located in the affluent Puerto Madero neighborhood and within walking distance of a handful of high-end hotel chains, this steakhouse serves the usual... Read More

Located in the trendy Palermo Soho district, this restaurant serves super-sized portions of Argentine steak to an often-packed house. Beef is served on... Read More

Reserve a table or line up for an hour at this insanely popular parrilla, voted Latin America’s 17th best restaurant at the 2014 S. Pellegrino awards.... Read More

A new breed of hipster steak house, the hottest parrilla on the block is La Carnicería, literally meaning the Butcher, which has been wowing diners with... Read More

Argentines take their empanadas (meat- and vegetable-filled pastries) seriously, and many claim that the tiny, 30-year-old La Cocina has the best around... Read More

There are tummy rumblings and food cravings, and then there is that feeling that only a hot pastrami sandwich can save the day. This little gem in Villa... Read More

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