One of the most famous of the Av. Corrientes classics

One of the oldest pizzerias on Avenida Corrientes, with more than 70 varieties to choose from. Güerrín was founded by Genoese immigrants at the start of the 1930s and is a popular place to eat before or after attending a show at one of the many nearby theatres. You can eat standing at the original bar at the front of the restaurant, or seated in the larger dining rooms behind the ovens or upstairs. Pizzas are served deep-pan style with very generous amounts of cheese, and traditionally accompanied by a cold beer, moscato, or a soda siphon.

Popular toppings muzzarella, the especial Güerrín (with cheese, ham, red peppers and olives) and verduras con salsa blanca (vegetables and white sauce).

Inauguration: 1932
Speciality: typical Buenos Aires pizza, al molde or media masa.




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