One of the Congreso area’s most striking buildings is this 22-story concrete edifice. The building’s unique design was inspired by...
This flamenco venue, in the old Taberna Español, once hosted the Spanish poet Federico García Lorca. It’s a small basement space with...
Thanks to fair prices and relatively quick service, this colorful Peruvian eatery is jam-packed at lunchtime with office workers...
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This old-fashioned Spanish restaurant draws in a regular midday crowd with its set lunch (AR$90), which includes a main dish plus coffee, dessert and a glass of wine. Otherwise, the regular menu features staples like chorizo, ham and potato casserole, and pasta, as well as more adventurous dishes like cazuela de mariscos, a powerful seafood stew rich with mussels, garlic and herbs.