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If you have traveled to a country where the virus is spreading or have been in contact with

someone who tested positive, you must stay in isolation for 14 days.

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El Fortín

The pizzeria claimed by several different football teams

Founded by Don Perfecto Purdón and inherited by his son Sergio and grandson Sebastián, El Fortín is an iconic pizzeria in the Villa Luro neighbourhood. It takes its name from the nickname of nearby football club Veléz Sarsfield, but supporters of rival teams All Boys and Argentinos Juniors also claim it as their official pizzeria.

Pizza here is strictly "al molde" - deep-pan, oily and loaded with ingredients. 

Inauguration: 1962
Speciality: typical Buenos Aires "al molde" pizza cooked in a wood-fired oven.

 

ALVAREZ JONTE AV. 5299

Filo

One of the pioneering Italian pizzerias in Buenos Aires.

Gran Pizzería José

What started as a small and became a huge pizzeria

Grappa

Al fresco pizza on this corner of Palermo

Güerrín

One of the most famous of the Av. Corrientes classics

La Guitarrita

Famous pizzeria with around 70 varieties of pizza!

La Más Querida

Modern pizzeria with some unconventional toppings.

La Mezzetta

Standing room only at this old pizzeria.

La Moderna

Created by the founders of La Continental chain.

Las Cuartetas

One of the most famous pizzerias in town, where Carlos Gardel´s lyricist used to write

Los Campeones

Founded by four football fanatics, this place is famous for the loyalty of its regular clients

Los Inmortales

Traditional pizzeria with walls covered with pictures of characters from the 1930s.

Patio de los Lecheros

Open-air food court in the heart of Caballito