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Restaurante especializado en carnes
“Famous place to eat meat. Make reservation or wait patiently because is always crowded.”
  • Recomendado por 166 habitantes locales
Barrio
“San Telmo is the oldest barrio (neighborhood) of Buenos Aires, Argentina. It is a well-preserved area of the Argentine metropolis and is characterized by its colonial buildings. Cafes, tango parlors and antique shops line the cobblestone streets, which are often filled with artists and dancers. A street named the "Illuminated Block" is where many of these important historical buildings can be found. San Telmo's attractions include old churches, museums, food halls and stalls, antique stores and a semi-permanent antique fair (Feria de Antigüedades) in the main public square, Plaza Dorrego. Tango-related activities for both locals and tourists are in the area. San Telmo began to improve particularly after Rosas' removal from power in 1852. The establishment of new clinics, the installation of gas mains, lighting, sewers, running water and cobblestones and the opening of the city's main wholesale market led to increasing interest in the area on the part of the well-to-do and numerous imposing homes were built in the western half of San Telmo. This promising era ended abruptly when an epidemic of yellow fever struck the area in 1871. The new clinics and the heroic efforts of physicians like Florentino Ameghino helped curb the northward spread of the epidemic; but as time went on it claimed over 10,000 lives, and this led to the exodus of San Telmo's growing middle and upper classes into what later became Barrio Norte. At first hundreds of properties became vacant. A few of the larger lots were converted into needed parks, the largest of which is Lezama Park, designed by the renowned French-Argentine urban planner Charles Thays in 1891 as a complement to the new Argentine National Museum of History. Most large homes, though, became tenement housing during the wave of immigration into Argentina from Europe between 1875 and 1930. San Telmo became the most multicultural neighborhood in Buenos Aires, home to large communities of British, Galician, Italian and Russian-Argentines. The large numbers of Russians in San Telmo and elsewhere in Buenos Aires led to the consecration of Argentina's first Russian Orthodox Church in 1901. Expanding industry to the south also led a German immigrant, Otto Krause, to open a technical school here in 1897. San Telmo's bohemian air began attracting local artists after upwardly-mobile immigrants left the area. Increasing cultural activity resulted in the opening of the Buenos Aires Museum of Modern Art by critic Rafael Squirru in 1956, as well as in the 1960 advent of the "Republic of San Telmo," an artisan guild which organized art walks and other events. San Telmo's immigrant presence also led to quick popularization of tango in the area: long after that genre's heyday, renowned vocalist Edmundo Rivero purchased an abandoned colonial-era grocery in 1969, christening it El Viejo Almacén ("The Old Grocery Store"). This soon became one of the city's best-known tango music halls, helping lead to a cultural and economic revival in San Telmo. A great number of contemporary art galleries, art spaces and museums are located in this area. In 2005 the gallery and artist-run space Appetite opened and the Argentine public and media immediately noticed the crowds attending its openings and parties. Other art galleries began setting up in this neighborhood and it became a Mecca of contemporary art. The first to talk about it was Rolling Stone magazine which said in late 2006: "When all the movement seemed to be getting installed at Palermo, the Daniela Luna tornado opened the appetite with an art gallery in San Telmo and little by little is monopolizing the neighborhood and transferring the scene." A few months later the New York Times said that "To find Appetite, an avant-garde gallery that everyone I met recommended, I had to return to one of San Telmo's less atmospheric blocks. Many media remarked the transformation of San Telmo into a destination for contemporary art lovers, such as the newspaper La Nacion which counted around 30 galleries and art centers in 2008.Later that year, the same newspaper published another article that started: "Contemporary art moved into the neighborhood. San Telmo Art District is born"”
  • Recomendado por 210 habitantes locales
Restaurante argentino
“an elegantly rustic, old-school parrilla and neighborhood establishment. A contender in the best steak house battle, come for perfectly ccoked bife and absolutely killer morcilla (blood sausage) at non-touristy prices”
  • Recomendado por 156 habitantes locales
Pizzería
“Traditional pizza store. This is the way Argentine people eat pizza. You may have a seat or stand at the bar and orden "muza con fainá". ”
  • Recomendado por 107 habitantes locales
Pizzería
“Iconic pizza place, located at recognised Corrientes Av, where theatres and lights stand out”
  • Recomendado por 118 habitantes locales
Restaurante argentino
“This is a San Telmo restaurant at its best: tightly packed tables, patrons knocking elbows, suited waiters, a sweaty asador and great meat. It started with one floor but now has three, including a rooftop terrace. Order your meat jugoso (rare) and the waiter might just cut it with a spoon. Like La Cabrera, it’s a bit pricier but the whole experience is a good value.”
  • Recomendado por 68 habitantes locales
Hamburguesería
“Want a great burger and not looking for a longer meal this is one of the many new great burger places that have popped up and are excellent. I think you will agree that the burgers in BA hold there own to many top burgers in the USA or anywhere else in the world!!”
  • Recomendado por 45 habitantes locales
Restaurante francés
“Healthy and tasty meals for every day. Just one block apart from Quartier Dorrego.”
  • Recomendado por 89 habitantes locales

Cafeterías

Café
“Emblematic cultural café that dates back to the mid 1850's. Located in the heart of the downtown area, on Av. de Mayo. VERY TOURISTY. ”
  • Recomendado por 200 habitantes locales
Restaurante francés
“Healthy and tasty meals for every day. Just one block apart from Quartier Dorrego.”
  • Recomendado por 89 habitantes locales
Café
“This is both a restaurant and outdoor café which is a great spot when you are ready to visit the famous Cementerio Recoleta. You can sit outside or inside, but recommend enjoying the ambiance outside. Great for small meals, a drink or two, tapas, and great sandwiches. This area is especially great on the weekends as you will find a great outdoor market with local arts and crafts for sale.”
  • Recomendado por 69 habitantes locales
Cafetería
“So far is our best and traditional coffee store in Buenos Aires the best "Medialunas" (porteño croissant) in town”
  • Recomendado por 65 habitantes locales
Pastelería
“Great Place for breakfast or Tea. BEST CAKES IN THE WORLd. ( A piece is TO SHARE) ”
  • Recomendado por 41 habitantes locales
Restaurante francés
“Has many locations, one of them, within the Museum of Decorative Arts in Recoleta, (Av. del Libertador 1902). Very beautiful environment. The other one, within the Larreta Museum in Belgrano, (Vuelta de Obligado 2155). ”
  • Recomendado por 47 habitantes locales
Café
“El Café de los Angelitos es testigo vivo de más de cien años de historia porteña, recorre lujosa y distinguidamente con su Show toda una época, y escribe la primera página de la próxima historia... The Café de los Angelitos is a living witness of over one hundred years of Buenos Aires history, it travels luxuriously and distinguished with its Show a whole time, and writes the first page of the next history. Legendary tango cafe and restaurant located in the longest avenue in the world.”
  • Recomendado por 44 habitantes locales
Pool Hall
“Pool, table tennis, classic barrio club, food, people, overall environment.”
  • Recomendado por 38 habitantes locales

Reposterías

Pastelería
“You have to be well-informed in order to find it. Is located on Independencia. On the left, in the direction where the cars go by, next to a garage, there is a double wooden door and a doorbell”
  • Recomendado por 2 habitantes locales
Café
“Restaurant variado, pero se recomienda pasar por allí por un buen postre. We recommend having a good cake for dessert.”
  • Recomendado por 24 habitantes locales
Pastelería
“One of the better bakery shop, organic food, and amazing internal garden, in a marvelous old building.”
  • Recomendado por 29 habitantes locales
Café
“The best maracuya cheesecake in town!!! Beautiful place to have dessert / coffee :) ”
  • Recomendado por 29 habitantes locales
Pastelería
“Pastries, breakfast, brunch and snacks served in an informal French-style atmosphere.”
  • Recomendado por 34 habitantes locales
Cafetería
“Cosy place to have a brunch, scrambled eggs, sandwiches, juices, lemonades, served with love by the owners. ”
  • Recomendado por 30 habitantes locales
Restaurante francés
“Mornings coffee in the sunshine is a great way to start your day, Lunches are great as well!”
  • Recomendado por 30 habitantes locales
Cafetería
“Ninina offers lovely, fresh and organic (vegan and non vegan) meals. This Ninina is located in Palermo, ideal for brunch or having a bite when you are walking around Palermo's shopping area (there is another one at the Malba museum).”
  • Recomendado por 24 habitantes locales