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.
Bar that's witnessed neighbourhood life in La Boca for more than 8 decades.
Former meeting place for the city's poets
Historic cafe opened in 1887.
Beautifully restored Art Nouveau cafe, voted best historic cafe in the city in 2017.
An elegant witness to the incessant bustle of downtown city life.
One of the city's listed “bares notables”, renovated to maintain its traditional spirit.
Pool and games club with a bohemian crowd.
Founded in 1976, this is one of the few "bares notables" located off the street.
Travel back to Buenos Aires' “Belle Époque”.
What, when and where to eat, food tours and dining tips.