Hands down the most ambient eatery in Río Gallegos is this chic pizzeria and restaurant that first found success in El Calafate. The room is low-lit, with walls sheathed in old newspapers and wine crates. There's an…
American Tex-Mex has arrived in Patagonia. Buffalo wings, potato skins and steak dishes are just some of the unlikely but well-executed offerings served alongside a tiny bottle of Tabasco. Fajitas come with abundant…
Satiate your appetite for dinosaur dioramas and modern art at this museum offering exhibits on anthropology, paleontology, geology and fine arts. The Tehuelche ethnology exhibit includes fascinating photographs and …
Cheap and casual, with service that’s friendlier than you’ll find elsewhere in town, this is where students and families dine on burgers, gnocchi and salads, and older gents share big bottles of cold Quilmes beer.
Perhaps a must-see for Brits, this museum gets inside the Argentine claim to the Islas Malvinas. New exhibits include signs made by ex-combatants and a video on the subject in English.
Shows rotating exhibits from larger museums and paintings by Santa Cruz artists, with a mission to educate through art. Also a good spot to get news on local cultural gatherings.
Modern fast food with extensive hours and decent versions of the basics: sandwiches, salads and burgers. Features neat and minimalist decor and a playhouse to entertain children.
An attractive, imported, prefabricated wooden house. Once a customs office, it now hosts cultural activities as well as a salón de té (teahouse).
In a prefabricated 1890s metal-clad house shipped from England, this museum has good displays on early immigrant life.
Pretty, with quiet benches in the shade of poplars and purple-blossom jacarandas.