Santa María

The desserts stand out as well as the pizzas

Part of a cluster of traditional pizzerias concentrated on Avenida Corrientes between numbers 6700 and 6900, Santa María opened its doors in 1947, the same year as the neighbouring Imperio de la Pizza. Both places are loyal proponents of the traditional Buenos Aires pizza, and Santa María is also popular for its traditional desserts like sopa inglesa, a kind of Italian trifle, palo Jacob, a kind of chocolate éclair, and imperial ruso, a local gateau.

Inauguration: 1947
Speciality: traditional Buenos Aires deep-pan and media masa pizza.



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