Inaugurated in 1946, the Claridge is one of the city's most traditional five-star hotels. The bar with its wood panelling and leather chairs is redolent of English clubs, and the bartenders are famed for their skill and service.
One of the favourite cafes of the writer Jorge Luis Borges and his mother Leonor Acevedo.
Worn chequerboard floor and wood panelling create a warm atmosphere
Atmospheric bar named for its location on the south of the original city limits.
Bar founded by the artist Luis Felipe Noé in 1969 as a "cultural provocation"
Located in the Galería Güemes, where the writer Antoine de Saint-Exupéry lived.
One of the city's most popular cafes.
Historic cafe and museum of football flags
Legend has it even president Perón dropped by here to try the famous turkey sandwich
Historic cafe famous for its cured ham and German specialities.
Classic train station cafe brought back to its former glory
Pop in for a coffee steeped in history at the city´s oldest cafe.
Located in a building that dates back 150 years.