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Offers nice pastries and weekend brunch.
Serving homemade burgers and fries, sandwiches and steak and eggs, this is a local favorite for high-octane, low-cost dining with friends.
This corner bistro serves the usual suspects in a bubbly atmosphere. For a late-night bite, this is your best bet – it’s the only kitchen open until 2am. Its sister branch offers nice pastries and weekend brunch.
With its quirky memorabilia and postings of the local environmental issues you’ve never heard of, this former general store is a peek inside the real Ushuaia. Locals hold their powwows here...
Nothing fancy, this classic, dated Argentine cafe nonetheless charms with reasonable prices and swift bow-tied waiters game to try out their French on tourists...
Next to the dock, this welcoming haven offers espresso drinks, chocolates and pies in a cozy setting of oversized chairs with great sea views.
A simple eatery serving sandwiches and set menus, with chupe de centolla (crab casserole) in season.
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