Convento de Santo Domingo
Marking the approach into San Telmo, this 18th-century Dominican building has a long and colorful history. On its left tower you’ll see...
Museo Etnográfico Juan B Ambrosetti
This small but attractive anthropological museum was created by Juan B Ambrosetti not only as an institute for research and university...
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New on the scene in San Telmo is this seductive cocktail bar and adjacent Japanese- Peruvian eatery. Framed by antique brick archways in...
Located under the Moreno Hotel, this restaurant–wine shop is an upscale eatery serving a small but tasty menu of meat, seafood and pasta...
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La Ventana information
This long-running basement venue is located in an old converted building with rustic brick walls. The tango show is excellent and includes a folkloric segment with Andean musicians and a display of boleadores (balls on cords that gauchos used to tangle up prey). There's also a patriotic tribute to Evita as a singer belts out 'Don't Cry for Me, Argentina.' The dinner offers a wide variety of tasty main dishes – unusual for tango shows. Gala Tango is a more upscale experience and happens upstairs.