A café where the community grew up. This old-school haunt is a favorite amongst locals and tourists alike, thanks to its charming atmosphere and delicious coffee. Has a menu that comprises over 20 different tapas, including picadas.
Said by some to be Buenos Aires' most iconic café. A high-end establishment, complete with ornate moldings and a $1.4 million Tiffany glass ceiling. Tortoni serves standard café fare, and hosts an authentic tango show.
Since 1991, this local spot has been serving delicious empanadas with a range of fillings. Try one of their delicious picante varieties, as well as the dulce de leche for dessert. Open morning till late.
First opened in 1948, and reopened in 2015. Los Galgos is a place for food, drinks, people watching, and learning Porteño culture. Open all day for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Expect classic Argentine fare.