Convento de Santo Domingo
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Brasserie Petanque information
This bright Parisian-style brasserie is a lively spot for Sunday brunch or a leisurely evening meal. Charismatic waiters pour complimentary aperitifs as you ponder steak tartare versus roasted chicken, boeuf Bourguignon, duck confit or grilled trout with almonds. There’s a short but wise list of wines by the glass; the prix fixe lunch menu (AR$42) is a steal.