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"lovely low-key way to visit a different neighborhood"
reviewed January 5, 2020 by organicprof
Take the A subway and get off at Puan. Walk a few blocks along Av. Rivadavia, turn right on Emilio Mitre, Walk four blocks to corner of Emilio Mitre and Av.Jose Bonifacio. You'll probably see folks already standing in line to catch this free tram. The ride is about 20 min., punctuated in the middle with a description (in Spanish)...
If you’re a first-timer to Buenos Aires, you’ll be revelling in Recoleta, partying in Palermo, and feasting like a financier. Museums? BA’s full of them: Beaux Artes, Decorative Arts, you name it. But if you’re interested in natural science, you might want to spend some time at the Rivadavia Museum, even though it’s way down at #16 on TA reviewers’...
Just massive. Don't know that I've ever taken the time to think about a street for any length of this but this one is in a class of its own. They say it's the widest in the world and they may be right. Never seen the likes of it.
The Parque Centenario is a large circular park bounded by Av. Patricias Argentina and Leopoldo Marechal, which also holds the Berndardino Rivadavia museum of natural history, a concert amphitheater, and the Observatory (Rivadavia from Parque photo). If you’re going to one of these attractions or just walking past the park, it’s worth a look-see, and provides a shady break from...
This is it! If the visitor has been looking for some CD, vynil, book, magazine or other impossible-to-get object, this might be the place to find it.
Strolling around the narrow aisles and looking over to try to find that beloved obejct which one has been looking for for ages is such a must in here.
AT WEEKENDS THE PLACE...
Lovely place from the beginning till the end.
Warming people receive you and make your night completely beautiful.
Nice cocktails and great dishes. If you are able, try them all, you won't regret.
We were able to meet one of the owners and he explained the concept of what they are looking for.
Please keep going that way and thank...
$$ - $$$ • Mexican, American, Argentinean, International
"Pleasant and thrilling"
reviewed April 13, 2019 by FerLich
Pleasant atmosphere, the menu is mainly Tex-Mex but there are a few surprises. Dishes are well presented, a large screen showed scenes of adventure movies that were superbly selected and the service was great.
I have stayed there with some friends, and we have had a nice afternoon, in a pleasant atmosphere.
Service was ok, and puddings were tasty. I would decorate better the place. It is an old, beautiful house, but in the inside it is not attractive.