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La Cabrera Buenos Aires
9
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Latin
Palermo
10 reviews
Palermo's best parrilla is on the quiet corner of Cabrera and Thames. Fun paraphernalia hangs everywhere, giving the feel of an old grocery store. — Fodor's
Tegui
8
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International
Palermo
6 reviews
A slick spot that gets high marks for its high-concept cuisine but disastrous grades for its snide service. — Fodor's
Restaurante Oviedo
8
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Mediterranean
Recoleta
5 reviews
The best high-end Spanish restaurant in the city, Recoleta’s Oviedo offers professional service, a refined and relaxed setting and the freshest fish–brought in up to twice a day. — Frommer's
Milion
8
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Pizza
Recoleta
6 reviews
While maintaining its original lavish form, the classic architecture is offset by cutting-edge art displays and projected visuals, bringing the space in line with its new, style-conscious clientele. — Time Out
Cafe San Juan
8
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Spanish
San Telmo
6 reviews
When famed "anti-chef" Leandro Cristóbal decided to return to his roots, he dropped his trademark modern cuisine in favor of huge platters of rustic traditional dishes. — Fodor's
Osaka Palermo
8
$$$
Peruvian
Palermo
4 reviews
Sick of the same old cheap steaks? Then Osaka is your remedy, slicing up some of BA’s most exquisite cold, raw fish – and so much more. — Lonely Planet
El Sanjuanino
8
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Argentinean
Recoleta
5 reviews
Mostly tourists from the nearby hotels flock to this Northern Argentine regional spot, but you'll spot some longtime locals, particularly at lunchtime. — Fodor's
La Brigada Parrilla
8
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Steakhouse
San Telmo
6 reviews
If you've ever had dinner in San Telmo, you know what it's like to be packed in tightly with eager patrons awaiting their steak and papas fritas. — Time Out
Don Julio
8
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Latin
Palermo
4 reviews
This knockout, family-run parrilla run by a butcher is now a Palermo classic, thanks to its perfectly seared prime cuts sourced from grass-fed cattle, impeccable service, and a top-notch wine list — Travel + Leisure
Plaza Asturias
8
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Mediterranean
Montserrat
3 reviews
This decades-old eatery on Avenida de Mayo is about as authentic as it gets, packed mostly with Porteños who want to keep this place to themselves. — Frommer's
Aramburu
8
$$$
International
Recoleta
3 reviews
Hidden away on a gritty, graffiti-covered street is one of the most beautiful, intimate, and romantic restaurants in the city. — Fodor's
Cabana Las Lilas
8
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Steakhouse
Puerto Madero
8 reviews
The place to head if you want to splurge on just about the finest steak around. — Rough Guide
Tomo 1
8
$$$
French
San Nicolás
7 reviews
Considered best restaurant in Argentina for longest time running. Passion fruit parfait, mushroom ravioli, avocado with gravlax all superb. — BlackBook
Brasserie Petanque
8
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European
Montserrat
7 reviews
There are few places as delightful to spend a long lunch in San Telmo as Petanque, an honest-to-goodness French brasserie with a marvellously light and airy atmosphere. — Time Out
Cafe Tortoni
8
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Cafe
Montserrat
6 reviews
Buenos Aires’ most famous café exudes pure elegance, but it is in grave danger of turning into a tourist trap. — Rough Guide
El Obrero
8
$$
Spanish
La Boca
6 reviews
Ideal destination for old-time porteño fare, including the usual meaty parrilla offerings and the wondrous Argentine pot-au-feu known as puchero, a stew of brisket, sausage, calabaza, potatoes. — Concierge
Bar El Federal
8
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Breweries
San Telmo
2 reviews
This bar and restaurant, on a quiet corner in San Telmo, represents a step back in time. Fortunately, as a bar notable, it will stay that way forever. — Frommer's
Chila
7
$$$
Pizza
Puerto Madero
4 reviews
Chila remains an elegant (if slightly stiff) favorite of business types, big-spending locals, and special-occasion visitors. — Concierge
La Fabrica del Taco
7
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Mexican
Palermo
4 reviews
Some like it hot, and then some like it La Fábrica del Taco. — Time Out
Novecento Cañitas
7
$$
International
Palermo
4 reviews
With a sister location in New York's SoHo, Novecento was a pioneer restaurant in Las Cañitas. — Frommer's
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