Stumbled upon this spot in the rain while wandering around the Plz. de Mayo. There are a few shops inside a beautiful old building, a courtyard that was blasting classical music, a violin maker and then a great little restaurant called Veladad Virreinales. The restaurant had surprisingly delicious fresh ravioli, delicious coffee and a wonderful vibe... it may have helped that we were the only ones in there but our server was very nice, we even ended up sharing tongue twisters in our various languages (English, Spanish and Korean) Definitely worth popping your head in for a bit of history!
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