The Brighton bar

Travel back to Buenos Aires' “Belle Époque”.

The New Brighton opened as a high class tailors in 1908, and years later has been converted into the restaurant Clark’s by legendary Argentine chef Carlos Alberto “Gato” Dumas. In the entrance, you'll find a magnificent cedarwood bar with ebony and bronze details, and carved ostrich feathers in homage to the then Prince of Wales. There's piano music in the afternoon, when the bar is frequented by a mainly male crowd, while at midday and in the evening, international dishes are served in the elegant dining room.