We had heard this was a fun place to see watch the locals dance tango and take a lesson. We decided not to take a lesson, but it was fun to people watch. The instructors put on a short demonstration just before the lesson started, and that was the best part of the evening. We decided to have a late dinner here, since our guide book said the food was homemade and traditional. It was neither. It was processed food heated in a microwave and, compared to most of what we had in BsAs, barely edible. Note that this place is a little hard to find--it's in the basement of a cultural center; there wasn't a separate sign on the street.
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