Al fresco pizza on this corner of Palermo

Based in an old house with an impressive wood and marble bar, this pizzeria has large windows, private booths, a chequerboard floor and a grill in sight. It's the perfect blend of traditional Buenos Aires tavern and modern Palermo style. Grappa is also one of the best proponents of the local invention of pizza a la parrilla, cooked on a barbecue grill and served thin and crispy, in an oval shape on a wooden tray.

Inauguration: 2000
Speciality: pizza a la parrilla 



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