Restaurants generally open a little later, like after 8:30 or so. But Chato's wine bar is open at 7, he speaks English very well and he's got a great selection of regional wines to try. So stop in before going to dinner. I had a wine flight of 5 wines from the area. A merlot, syrah, malbec, malbec/cab, and a tannat. That'll set you back about 50 pesos. Not overly generous pours but quite suitable for a good tasting. The plate of snacks to go with for 2 was good. A couple of different cheeses plus some olives, sliced ham and some bread.
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