Restaurants in Argentina

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Open since the last millennium, Milíon appears immortal and it’s easy to see why. Simply put, this is one of the world’s most beautiful bars, sprawling... Read More

Once a tailor shop, then a deli with a bar, this ur-bodegón is famous for its collection of old vermouth bottles, grilled sardines, and a wine... Read More

You don’t have to be part of a big group of thirtysomething female professionals to enjoy brunch in this handsome café, but it will place you in the... Read More

This bright, colorful Spanish chain serves up some of the airport’s healthiest fast food. The fresh-squeezed juices, vegetarian sandwiches (think... Read More

NOLA is known for serving the city's best southern fried chicken, as well as its superb craft beers on tap. At Buenos Aires’ first legit gastropub,... Read More

Owners Hubert and Pamela O'Farrell (he's the chef, she does the pastries) preside over the open kitchen in this mellow-but-posh restaurant in a wealthy... Read More

Olsen transports diners from Palermo Viejo to Scandinavia with its seafood-heavy menu and impressive selection of more than 60 vodkas. Dishes like blini... Read More

Calling itself a cross between a general store, restaurant, wine cellar and rotisserie, this… whatever-it-is occupies a quiet street corner in Núñez.... Read More

This perma-hip French coffee shop serves one of the best cafés con leche in town—rich, creamy and begging to have a croissant or pain au chocolat dunked... Read More

A refreshing alternative to the city’s ubiquitous steakhouses, Oviedo is a Spanish-inspired seafood restaurant in the Recoleta neighborhood.... Read More

With its polished brass light fixtures, starched white tablecloths, leather banquettes and taciturn waiters, Oviedo feels like the kind of place where... Read More

Palermo’s new hidden gem, helmed by a pair of young chefs whose résumés include stints at such avant-garde temples as Fat Duck and... Read More

This knockout, family-run parrilla run by a butcher is now a Palermo classic, thanks to its perfectly seared prime cuts sourced from grass-fed cattle,... Read More

Tired of rustic chic and overpriced sausages? Then head for this unpretentious downtown steakhouse, which looks like it was designed and decorated... Read More

Dine on sirloin wrapped in boar with a Malbec wine sauce at this brick-walled restaurant. Read More

Bringing the gaucho tradition to La Boca, famed pampa chef Francis Mallman set up his grill at this renovated Italianate town house not far from the... Read More

Once you get past the disappointment that it’s not a branch of Thomas Keller’s culinary empire, you’ll find plenty to enjoy at this glamorous new... Read More

If you don’t mind a politically charged meal, come to Peron Peron—a culinary tribute to former Argentine president Juan and his wife Eva. Memorabilia... Read More

This is a sentimental (and smart) choice. In town for my wedding in 2003 and staying at the Hotel Castelar across the avenue, my parents ate in this... Read More

The dickie-bowed waiters win the plaudits here—and they are very good—but I’ve always wanted to track down whoever buffs the L-shaped mahogany art deco... Read More

Not wishing to sound like a press release but this sleek and handsome venue really did shake up the 5-star bar scene when it opened in 2012 at the Four... Read More

This is where holiday budgets go to die—so stretch out on a red lounger beneath a red parasol (“red, the color of love,” says Philippe Starck, who... Read More

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