Staying in an apartment nearby, we made Decata our morning go-to spot. While the coffee was delicious, I mostly enjoyed the atmosphere. A beautiful space, full of communal wooden tables, brass access, chipped paint, antique typewriters - you know the style. The style wasn't limited to the atmosphere either - the clientele held their own.
The downside of Decata: it's unnecessarily expensive. What we paid for a coke, tostada, and a coffee bought us two dinner entrees and drinks elsewhere in Argentina.
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