Here’s a fun fact for die-hard fans of The Little Prince : Antoine de Saint-Exupéry once lived in an apartment here in the glittering...
Closer to Plaza de Mayo is the Spanish Renaissance Standard Bank building, often sprayed with graffiti and the locus of noisy activities.
The Spanish Renaissance Edificio Menéndez-Behety building was once headquarters of a Patagonian wool empire.
This beautiful art-nouveau theater, just off pedestrian Florida street, used to be a red-light cabaret venue. The show here is based on...
Florida 165, 1st fl · interesting places nearby
Stepping into this large, modern lacto-ovo-vegetarian eatery will make you wonder if porteños have had enough steak already. Pick from the many hot appetizers and mains; there’s also a great salad bar and plenty of desserts. It’s only open for weekday lunches, and located in a shopping mall (look for the stairs on the right). Takeout is available.