This adorably rustic landmark is an essential stop. The shop in the front sells a wide variety of local cheeses and cured meats, perfect for a picnic. It's wonderfully cozy and atmospheric at night, when candlelight…
This popular and smartly decorated restaurant is known for its fish, steaks, pastas, risottos and paella, plus special seafood stews in colder weather. There's a good wine list, too. It's located between the main pl…
This centrally located, cavernous dining hall, half a block off the plaza, is popular for its efficient service and its reasonably priced, abundant servings of Argentine classics such as milanesas with fries, pasta …
This restaurant does only pasta, and does it very well – it’s all homemade and deliciously fresh. Try the tallarines (fettucine) with smoked ham, asparagus and vodka cream. Discount on takeout.
A relaxing place for lunch, this bohemian eatery invites you to linger with its artsy vibe, casual garden with pool, and an ever-changing five-item menu built around fresh organic ingredients.
This small and smartly decorated restaurant does fine gourmet dishes like tagliatelle with mushrooms, or trout in lime and aromatic rice. Reservations are a good idea.
With a great outdoor terrace overlooking the Dique del Fuerte, this parrilla is unbeatable on a warm sunny day. Closed Sunday night outside the warm months.
Breakfast on the plaza? Frawen’s is your spot: light and sunny, with heaps of sidewalk seating, this place is a great start to your day.
This simple parrilla, specializing in perfectly grilled steaks and top-notch salads, is a locals' favorite.
Delicious gourmet salads, sandwiches and specialty dishes.