We leave Balvanera behind taking bus 180 to Avenida Boedo in the neighbourhood of the same name. There we can find Esquina Homero Manzi (corner of Av. San Juan and Av. Boedo), a traditional bar full of fileteado details. Another option for a bite to eat is Café Margot (Av. Boedo 857) two blocks away. There's a fileteado sign in the entrance that reads: “On this traditional corner in the 1940s the preserved turkey sandwich was invented.” Through the streets of Boedo there are 40 fileteado works by Luis Zorz commemorating historic places. A few of the locations are the Circo Politeama Doria (Av. Boedo 1063), Café Dante (Av. Boedo 875) and Editorial Claridad (Av. Boedo 837).