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Latin
Palermo
10 reviews
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International
Palermo
6 reviews
Sizzling hot, ultra expensive (even in green bills) and stunning in every sense. — BlackBook
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Mediterranean
Recoleta
5 reviews
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Pizza
Recoleta
6 reviews
This is one of the most stunningly situated restaurants in Buenos Aires, and yet despite this and the fact that it's been around for a decade, it remains hard to find. — Frommer's
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Spanish
San Telmo
6 reviews
A small, good-value, family-run joint whose huge portions and fresh-from-the-market meals mean it’s always full. — Rough Guide
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Argentinean
Recoleta
5 reviews
Easy to eat on the go, empanadas are a staple of the Argentine diet. There are hundreds of little empanada shops throughout the city, but this one in Recoleta arguably serves the best. — Frommer's
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Steakhouse
San Telmo
6 reviews
The waiters are exceedingly nice and professional. For a period of time, management seemed unhappy that tourists had flooded this venue, driving locals away from this San Telmo favorite. — Frommer's
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Latin
Palermo
4 reviews
This knockout, family-run parrilla run by a butcher is now a Palermo classic, thanks to its perfectly seared prime cuts sourced from grass-fed cattle, impeccable service, and a top-notch wine list — Travel + Leisure
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Peruvian
Palermo
4 reviews
Japanese Peruvian is BA's resto du jour. Tough reservation on popular nights, and always a scene. Tasty Tiraditos, creative rolls and fresh sushi, ceviches all delicious. — BlackBook
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Steakhouse
Puerto Madero
8 reviews
As a steakhouse, it should be ranked among the world's greatest. — Concierge
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Mediterranean
Montserrat
3 reviews
The AR$26 lunch here kicks off with a complimentary pre-prandial sherry and a plate of tapas on the house - zingingly tasty anchovies or soft white octopus tentacles. — Time Out
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International
Recoleta
3 reviews
This place has got quite a following, so be sure to book ahead or else you might miss out. — Time Out
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Spanish
La Boca
6 reviews
This 1954 stalwart on a hard-to-find street in La Boca serves up nostalgia alongside plump steaks, tortillas de papa, and shared tureens of homey soup. — Travel + Leisure
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Breweries
San Telmo
2 reviews
There's a standard set of coffees, beers and spirits and a long list of snacks and sandwiches - the lomo completo beef sandwich comes with all the trimmings. — Time Out
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French
San Nicolás
7 reviews
The decor of Tomo I, B.A.'s storied temple of alta cocina, is a bit sterile—but don't let that fool you. The restaurant's ambrosial offerings remain impeccable. — Concierge
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European
Montserrat
7 reviews
Classic French food such as boeuf bourguignon, moules, steak tartare and crème brûlée, with a particularly good value lunch-time menu du jour; at times, slightly uppity classic French service to match. — Rough Guide
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Cafe
Montserrat
6 reviews
Buenos Aires’ most famous café exudes pure elegance, but it is in grave danger of turning into a tourist trap. — Rough Guide
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Mexican
Palermo
4 reviews
You might just feel like you’re back in a Mexican beach town at this very casual, colorful taco joint. — Lonely Planet
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International
Palermo
4 reviews
Novecento is a thriving bistro with a menu that includes dishes like penne with wild mushroom and grilled chicken with guacamole. — Time Out
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Latin
Palermo
2 reviews
It consistently serves the tastiest and tenderest cuts of beef. — Fodor's
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