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Bulnes 331, Almagro, Buenos Aires 1176, Argentina | +54 11 4862 0415
Courtesy of El Boliche de Roberto
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Live music, Dive bar
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This is one of the best spots to hear tango music without the distraction of clicking three-inch heels or flashes of bare skin. Famed singers such as Osvaldo Peredo start around 10:30 p.m. on Tuesdays through Fridays, performing for a crowd that spills onto the Almagro sidewalk when it’s warm out. Surprisingly popular with young, hip twenty-somethings, this tiny, decrepit bar started out as a drinks dispenser and has been in the Pérez family since 1930; the cash register and wine bottles lining the walls appear to come from that era, too. This is as authentic of a porteño watering hole as you’ll find in Buenos Aires.

Bar
El Boliche de Roberto

This is one of the best spots to hear tango music without the distraction of clicking three-inch heels or flashes of bare skin. Famed singers such as Osvaldo Peredo start around 10:30 p.m. on Tuesdays through Fridays, performing for a crowd that spills onto the Almagro sidewalk when it’s warm out. Surprisingly popular with young, hip twenty-somethings, this tiny, decrepit bar started out as a drinks dispenser and has been in the Pérez family since 1930; the cash register and wine bottles lining the walls appear to come from that era, too. This is as authentic of a porteño watering hole as you’ll find in Buenos Aires.