Mercado de San Telmo
This market was built in 1897 by Juan Antonio Buschiazzo, the same Italian-born Argentine architect who designed Cementerio de la...
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...
Pasaje de la Defensa
Originally built for the Ezeiza family in 1880, this building later became a conventillo (tenement house) and was home to 32 families....
A pair of tango dancers entertain diners continuously from 12:30pm to 8pm during the day, working on tips, at this casual restaurant on...
Bar El Federal
Dating from 1864, this historic bar has a classic, somewhat rustic atmosphere accented with original wood, tiles, and an eye-catching...
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Origen Café information
Modern but unpretentious, this stylish corner bistro spills out onto the wide sidewalks; snag an outdoor table on a sunny afternoon. The creative menu features health-conscious dishes from stir-fries and whole-wheat pizzas to homemade soups and green salads. There's an emphasis on vegetarian food, and the cappuccinos are served in delightfully oversized mugs.