Regional archaeological and ethnographic items such as arrowheads, spear points, pottery and musical instruments are the focus of this museum, located two doors north of the tourist office, near Av Roca.
A cute little bakery-cafe serving up an excellent range of fresh and healthy snacks and meals. The salads are great and the freshly baked scones and muffins hit the spot.
One reader claims this upmarket parrilla serves ‘the best meat in all of Argentina.’ We haven’t tried all the meat in Argentina (yet), so you be the judge.
Cheapest place on the lakeside with outdoor seating and reliable food. Good for afternoon beer and french fries. Very popular.
The cozy atmosphere belies the wide menu, with some good twists on regional favorites. Try the boar stew in black-beer sauce or the lamb and wild mushroom risotto.
A Mapuche cooperative with high-quality weavings and wood crafts on offer.
Good selection of books on Patagonia in Spanish; some Lonely Planet titles and novels in English. Carries the excellent Sendas y Bosques park trail maps (AR$160).
This cute little place has one of the most creative menus in town, with plenty of trout dishes, paella and a couple of vegetarian options.
The local’s choice for pizza is this ever-expanding place near the plaza. All the classics are here, plus some ‘gourmet’ options such as smoked trout, spinach and eggplant.