Coastal Patagonia drinking and nightlife

Top Choice Teahouse in Gaiman

Ty Gwyn

A favorite of locals, this white house serves cakes, jams and breads that are all homemade and fresh, always (tea adult/child AR$350/200). In business for 30 years.
Teahouse in Gaiman

Plas y Coed

Run by the original owner’s great-granddaughter in a gorgeous brick mansion, Plas y Coed pleases the palate and senses, with friendly service, fresh cakes and serious crochet cozies for that steaming-hot pot (tea ad…
Cafe in Trelew

Touring Club

Old lore exudes from the pores of this historic confitería (cafe offering light meals), from the Butch Cassidy ‘Wanted’ poster to the embossed tile ceiling and antique bar back. Even the tuxedoed waitstaff appear to…
Craft Beer in Puerto Madryn

James Beer

With modern ambience and 12 microbrews from all over Argentina on tap, this hipster bar is the latest addition to Madryn's nightlife. It also serves pub food like burgers and sausages, as well as its own craft beer.
Pub in Puerto Madryn

Margarita Pub

With a trendy edge, this low-lit brick haunt has a laundry list of cocktails, friendly bar staff and decent food, with popular sushi Wednesdays. On Friday and Saturday there’s dancing after 1:30am.
Pub in Trelew

Boru Irish Pub & Restobar

Hip and attractive, featuring a beautiful wood bar and a row of cozy red booths, Boru serves up icy beer and plates piled high with french fries.
Cafe in Comodoro Rivadavia

Molly Malone

Run by the Golden Oldies rugby club, this funky little restopub is a pleasant stop for an evening Quilmes, though you could also get breakfast or a set lunch. The food’s just average but the atmosphere is fun and in…