Bar Plaza Dorrego
After Plaza de Mayo, Plaza Dorrego is the city’s oldest plaza. It dates to the 18th century and was originally a pit stop for caravans...
Dating from 1760, this building was a convent and later a women’s prison before it became a penal museum in 1980; reconstructed old jail...
Iglesia Nuestra Señora de Belén
Near Plaza Dorrego, this baroque, neocolonial building was a Jesuit school until 1767, when the Bethlemite order took it over.
A pair of tango dancers entertain diners continuously from 12:30pm to 8pm during the day, working on tips, at this casual restaurant on...
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Bar Plaza Dorrego information
You can’t beat the atmosphere at this traditional joint; sip your submarino (hot milk with chocolate) by a picturesque window and watch the world pass by, or grab a table on the busy plaza. Meanwhile, traditionally suited waiters, piped-in tango music, antique bottles and scribbled graffiti on walls and counters might take you back in time.