Restaurants in Buenos Aires City

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Bar 6
Bar 6can best be described as having a cozy and warm atmosphere. There is a long Scandinavian interior, mood lighting, comfortable velvet chairs and sofas to relax on while listening to lounge music. This centrally located restaurant in the Palermo neighborhood is very well known and for this reason is often visited by various celebrities. There is nothing transparent about this spot. It is known for having its own unique style. They offer a small international menu with dishes such as chicken kidney salad, vegetable wok, coriander quesadillas and grilled salmon. Also try one of their exotic cocktails at their reasonable priced bar. DJs ensure that the scene gets even livelier on weekend nights.
Style: International
Open: Mon-Sat from 8 p.m.
Speciality: Frutas del mar risotto
Address: Armenia 1676. In between El Salvador and Honduras, Palermo neighborhood, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Main Courses: Between 25 and 55 pesos
How to Reach: Bus 15, 39, 151and 168
Telephone: 0054 4833 6807

La Brigada
If you have ever eaten in San Telmo you know what its like to be packed in a tiny little place, awaiting for your steak with papas. Are you sick of bumping elbows with backpackers and locals and do you want a more tranquil experience? Go to La Brigada; over here it is more likely that you bumb into gentleman discussing their wines. This San Telmo favorite is a refined version of the traditional parilla; serving up excellent cuts of meets. Everything is accompanied by grilled cheeses, various salads and crispy fried potatoes. A good range of Malbec wines will bring a blush to your cheeks. La Brigada is said to be one of the best parillas in town.
Style: Argentinean/Traditional
Open: noon-3 p.m. and 8 p.m.- 1 a.m.
Speciality: Bife de Chorizo
Address: Estados Unidos 465. In between Bolivar and Defensa, San Telmo neigborhood, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Main Courses: Between 20 and 40 pesos
How to Reach: Bus 29, 126 and 195
Telephone: 0054 4361 4685


Description: Would you like to eat something healthy after all these Argentinean grills and parillas? Head up to this warm and homey country kitchen in the busy city of Buenos Aires. The innovative organic menu they serve in this beautiful and tranquil restaurant ranges from bite-sized starters like polenta bruschetta topped with dried tomatoes, pear and arugula focaccia, vegetable wok dishes and homemade fish pasta dishes. Artemisias artsy salads are some of the best around town and accompanied with warm home made bread.
This lovely place is not only a restaurant but also a perfect spot to sip a tea out of their impressive range.
Style: Vegetarian/healthy
Open: Tue-Sun from 8.30 p.m
Speciality: Their homemade bread with dip sauce.
Address: Cabrera 3877. In between F Acuña de Figueroa and Medrano
Main Courses: Between 15 and 35 pesos
How to Reach: Bus 36, 92 and 106
Telephone: 0054 4863 4242


Description: This brand new restaurant in the East of the Puerto Madero neighborhood thanks its name to Porteño slang; Mina means women. Every dish of this restaurant is called after a lady and is made with as much passion as the Argentinean women have. It is through these teasing touches and good food that Minna stands out from the sea of ´normal restaurants´ in Puerto Madero. You can pick a whine out of the rack with more than 900 Argentinean bottles, eat one of their delicious stone baked and square shaped pizzas and wash down your meal with a passionate cocktail.
Style: Modern Argentinean (grill, pasta, pizza)
Open: Daily from noon to 2 a.m.
Speciality: stone baked pizzas
Address: Olga Cossettini 1691, near the corner of Vera Peñaloza, Puerto Madero neighborhood, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Main Courses: Between 20 and 35 pesos
How to Reach: Bus 2 and 152
Telephone: 0054 5787 3090


Description: Attend a Sunday brunch at this restaurant and find an array of diners, from expatriates to local portenos. This unique spot serves both brunch and ethnic food. The décor is pure Scandinavia, with curvy plywood furniture and 60 types of vodkas. Dishes include herring and smoked salmon with Argentine bondiola (pork tenderloin). If you enjoy dining outside, make sure to call ahead to get an outdoor table on the heated deck. If a cozier atmosphere is your preference, dine inside around the fireplace. In a concession to Argentines’ overheated night life, brunch goes on until 8 p.m.
Style: Scandinavian
Address: Gorriti 5870, Buenos Aires
Telephone: 11/4776-7677

Parolaccia di Mare

Description: This branch of the Bad Mouth chain of restaurants specializes in seafood. Marine-inspired decor abounds evoking a fisherman's wharf. The ambience and attentive service create an inviting family atmosphere. Italian gusto is present in the Pulpo a la Napolitana (squid with tomato sauce and cheese), Merluza Negra a la Crema de Esparragos (black hake in asparagus creme sauce), homemade pasta and an array of seafood dishes.
Address: Avenida Alicia Moreau de Justo 1160
Telephone: +54 11 4343 5008

Siga La Vaca

Description: For fresh buffet food, a good variety of side dishes and some great barbecue, Siga La Vaga is the place to haunt. This place translates into 'follow the cow' and there is more meat served here than anywhere else in Buenos Aires. Plus, you also get a free bottle of wine or a liter of beer ... it's your choice.
Open: Noon onwards M-Su
Address: Alicia Moreau de Justo 1714
Telephone: +54 11 4315 6801

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