We would like to give a special thanks to our awesome local Justina for sharing her Buenos Aires with us on our maiden voyage to South America!!!
First of all, for most of us to getting to South America is a big ask. It’s really freakin’ far away! Once we get there we want to end up doing as much as possible, because when the hell are we ever going to get the chance to go back there again? It’s sad, but true.
I am also glad we got the chance to share Buenos Aires with you now, because it could be a part of your itinerary this summer before, during or after the World Cup in Brazil.
The restaurants below have been broken into groups: Parrilla for a true Argentinian meat experience, Italian food as it’s also part of Argentinian cuisine, Brunch/Lunch/Coffee places to relax and enjoy a good meal out in the sun, and a list of Other recommended places. Enjoy!
Parrilla (BBQ or Charcoal Grilled) aka Meat Heaven. This is the holy grail for meat lovers everywhere.
El Pobre Luis
Italian. Some of the best Italian food outside of Italy can be found in Argentina.
Address: Both Locations
Il Balo del Mattone
Brunch/ Lunch/ Tea Time–Find some really cool and chill spots to go for an enjoyable brunch, or a relaxing tea/coffee.
Address: Vera 699, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Coco Marie Cafe
Voulez Bar Patisserie
La Lupita. Mexican.
Osaka. Peruvian & Sushi.
Address: Soler 5608, Buenos Aires, Argentina
There are quite a few of these all over the city. If you find one, just pick up a medialuna from here. A medialunas are basically croissants in Argentina.
The tooktook team,
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