Restaurants in Argentina

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No one would argue that this noisy but attractive steakhouse is among the best of its kind, though the steaks are toothsome enough and the prices... Read More

Once upon a time, this strip- and neon-lit café was where your wannabe existentialist could smoke her way through a pack of Gauloises while dreaming of... Read More

Don’t expect the same tasty pies from this porteño pizzeria’s Ezeiza location. The Italian menu here is basic, with classic... Read More

Tucked behind the Four Seasons hotel is La Mansion, an 88-year-old Belle Époque mansion built by Felix Alzaga Unzué as a wedding gift for... Read More

La Mar turns out impeccable Peruvian-inspired seafood designed for sharing. Opened in March 2015, it’s become a firm local favorite; book two weeks... Read More

Panadería means bakery. Pablo is Pablo Massey, one of Argentina’s star chefs. This is his bakery. Except it isn’t really a bakery, though the sandwiches... Read More

Hands down the best option for a sit-down dinner, La Pausa serves excellent Argentine cuisine like grilled bife de chorizo (sirloin strip) or four... Read More

Plates of local ham and house-made sausages at an informal roadhouse in the Uco Valley. Read More

Chef Alejandro Marchant offers a sophisticated take on regional cuisine: wild boar prosciutto with sauerkraut, venison robed in honey and balsamic vinegar. Read More

This boisterous spot is known for grilled meats and fish. Read More

Chef Alejandro Digilio plays with foams and candied lacquering in his pint-size space. Read More

The coffee experts at LAB started out roasting beans for other establishments before opening up their own shop. Aside from their wonderful house blends ... Read More

The 1998 shuttering of this 124-year-old café caused such an uproar that within six weeks the city legislature gave it historic protection to... Read More

This art nouveau landmark opened in 1884, the year Oscar Wilde got hitched. It isn’t hard to picture the great Irishman in here, admiring the stained... Read More

 “Caution: Our coffee is extremely addictive” reads the chalkboard outside. It’s nice to be warned, even if it comes far too late for most of us.... Read More

With his skewed baseball cap, inked limbs, and skater drawl, Cristóbal looks and sounds like a 40-year-old Justin Bieber. At Café San Juan, he even has... Read More

In the ever-evolving Palermo Viejo, glamorous restaurants come and go within a week, but this spacious destination, housed in a converted manor, has... Read More

Celine is from Lille, her lovely house in San Telmo is from 1807, and the menu in her restaurant is from your favorite old cookbook. There’s comforting... Read More

French bakers Bruno and Olivier are rightly proud of their wood-fired stone oven, which dates from 1911. Out of its fiery maw come slim baguettes,... Read More

If Sunday brunch in Buenos Aires has a spiritual home, it’s the winter garden at the Alvear Palace Hotel. Once your white-gloved waiter has seated you... Read More

This insanely popular joint in Villa Crespo is so multi-talented we could have listed it under any number of categories, including best brunch spot,... Read More

Argentina’s McDonald’s have long featured what America’s Golden Arches are just beginning to add: an attached Starbucks-style coffee... Read More

Don’t judge yet. This American chain is a different creature in Argentina, having added waiter service and a rather refined atmosphere to its... Read More

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