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Lelé de Troya

Lelé de Troya
Costa Rica 4901 (@ Jorge Luis Borges); Tel. +(011.54.11) 4832-2726
$$$-$$$$. Beautiful, super romantic and down-home chic, this relaxed and charming Palermo gem is a total winner. Lush outdoor foliage dripping from a wrap around the street corner arbor greets you as you enter into a hidden paradise...
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Gorriti 5870; Tel. +(011.54.11) 4776.7677
$$$$$. Arguably the hottest restaurant in town, Olsen mixes creative, modern cuisine with a polished, earthy atmosphere. A outdoor garden and stepping series of water falls set the stage for an evening of restaurants, slow slips of wine, good conversation and, of course, fabulous meals...
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Honduras 5733 (@ Carranza); Tel. +(011.54.11) 4772.0845/4776.3634
$$-$$$. Acabar's claim to fame is games, atmosphere, and creative restaurants. Acabar offers a selection of food starting with appetizers such as the waffled-potato mix with scrambled egg, diced ham, peppers and onions...
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Fitz Roy 1906 (@ Costa Rica); Tel. (011.54.11)
Bakano is a popular pizza place with fresh daily entrée specials. With menus in the shape of pizza pans and a young staff, one gets the feeling this is a happening place to come and spend an evening.
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Estilo Criollo

Estilo Criollo
Serrano 1458 (@ Gorritti); Tel. +(011.54.11) 4837.5517
$$$-$$$$. Authentic Creole cuisine is Estilo Criollo. Come here for Paella a la Valencia- rice with seafood in a spicy tomato sauce, or seafood brochette with prawns and salmon. Authentic parilla is offered with choices such as Lomo (tenderloin) with mashed potatoes, or veal with mushrooms in a lemon sauce...
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McNor Café & Bar

McNor Café & Bar
Juncal 3599 (@ Scalabrini Ortiz); Tel. +(011.54.11) 4804.5718 /5527 Delivery
$-$$. McNor is a small café with an intimate set-up and offers a peaceful retreat from the crowded heart of Palermo’s shopping district. There are about a dozen tables inside with more seating along the outside sidewalk. A bar and display case conceal the kitchen along the backside of the café, while windows line the opposing wall where each table sits...
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La Cabrera

La Cabrera
Cabrera 5099 (@ Goody Cruz); Tel. +(011.54.11) 4831.7002
$$-$$$. The secret is out. La Cabrera is on the list of top Palermo parillas. Their specialties include Provoleta de Cabra (melted goat-cheese) with sun-dried tomatoes, chicken in an orange and vodka sauce, along with typical parilla delicacies like lomo, chorizo, and grilled vegetables...
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Honduras 5916 (@ Ravidavia); Tel. +(011.54.11) 4777.9555
$$$-$$$$. French owner Stephanie Rovero and Brazilian chef Gabriela Barreto have brought a truly unique fusion to Buenos Aires cuisine. Through a combination of seasonal menus and an emphasis on lighter meats and fishes, the decadent dishes of Elles manage to satisfy even the hungriest of patrons without overstuffing them – a feat seldom accomplished with the heavy meats and cheeses of Argentine fare...
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Mark's Deli and Coffee House

Mark's Deli and Coffee House
El Salvador 4701 (@ Armenia); Tel. +(011.54.11) 4832.6244
$$$. Mark’s, as one can divine from the name, is a close to a US style lunch café as you can get. Located in trendy Palermo Viejo, this place is full of beautiful and well-dressed porteños, expats, and high-budget travelers...
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Bonpland 1808 (@ El Salvador); Tel. +(011.54.11) 4777.722
$$$. "Con las manos in la masa" (with hands in the flour) as the logo, Infragantti promises fresh, delicious food. Along with classic pizzas such as Margharita- tomatoes and mozzarella cheese- choices such as "Oye, mi cuerpo pide salsa" (Listen, my body is asking for sauce) and their signature Infragantti - with mozzarella, pancetta, provolone and a hard boiled egg in the center - leaves nothing to be desired...
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Jorge L. Borges 1757 (@ Costa Rica); Tel. +(011.54.11) 4831.3071
$$$$. Cabernet is an intimate, tapestry draped place to wine and dine. Chefs Joaquín Alberdi and Luis Coluccio present a menu reminiscent of Tuscany...
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Malabia 1833 (@ Costa Rica); Tel. +(011.54.11) 4833.4618
$$-$$$. Peace flags waft from the ceiling, low cushioned seats line the room, and bright red walls lift and calm the spirit inside Krishna. A vegetarian haven on the edge of plaza Costa Rica, Krishna is far from your typically chic and trendy Palermo Viejo hot spot. Rather, it’s the antithesis, representing the small but proud veggie-only population in Buenos Aires...
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Art X 3
Jorge Luis Borges 2088 (@ Guatemala); Tel. +(011.54.11)1563214241
$$. Art X 3 is a cozy little restaurant with a Mexican and Argentinean kitchen. Located on one of the busiest streets in Palermo Soho it still manages to keep a very relaxed atmosphere. Based in what feels like an old family home that’s been given a blitz of bright red, yellow and blue paint it really has a look all of its own. It couldn’t be called fancy or authentically Mexican, but it certainly is welcoming and laid back. With the seating areas divided into several small rooms Art X 3 is a great restaurant for an intimate dining experience.
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Bar 6
Armenia 1676 (@ El Salvador) ; Tel. + (011.54.11) 4833-6807
$$$$-$$$$$. Bar 6 is an all around great restaurant, artfully grooving through the day from elaborate and satisfying early morning breakfast, through creative lunches, sumptuous and sinful dinners, and well into the late evening with sinful cocktails. High ceiling, modern décor, and a combination of rounded sofas for groups and regular tables make it an inviting place.
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Café Morena
Honduras 5502, Palermo, Buenos Aires; Tel. +(011.52.11)
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Cielito Lindo
El Salvador 4999 - Ciudad de Buenos Aires, Argentina; Tel. +(011.54.11) 4832.8054
With spicy food and a sizzling atmosphere in the hottest area in town, this lively colored small corner restaurant gives the feeling of Mexico without the mariachi band.
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Cocina Regional 1810
Julian Alvarez 1998 (@ Guatemala); Tel. + (011.54.11) 4864.4507 / 4865.0030
$-$$. Hidden away in a quiet Palermo side-street this rustic eatery offers authentic north-western Argentinean cooking at affordable prices.  The setting is tranquil and informal...
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Crack Up
Costa Rica 4767 (@ JL Borges) ; Tel. +(011.54.11) 4831.3502
$$. Crack Up is a small bookshop with a massive Stella Artois sign outside and if the combination of Borges and beer appeals then this might well be the place to try it out.  That said, it's definitely more of a coffee and croissant kind of venue than a place to bring a bachelor party.  Located centrally in the nightlife hotspot of Palermo SoHo, Crack Up greets visitors with a window display filled with delights of world literature and glossy tomes dedicated to the natural splendor of Argentina...
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Divina Patagonia
Honduras 5710, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Tel. + (011.54.11.) 4771.6864
restaurants straight from the mountains of Patagonia, this refined restaurant boasts elegant twists on national favorites including wild boar, fresh venison and a smoked cheese platter to share.
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Don Julio
Guatemala 4691, at Gurruchaga; Tel. +(011.54.11)4831.9564 / 4832.6058
$$-$$$. There’s hardly a sign outside Don Julio’s Parilla, but it’s religiously full night after night, with nothing other than Porteño Spanish spoken. The tourists head towards Plaza Costa Rica or Plaza Serrano, but those who want reliably juicy, no frills filet minon and sizzling chorizo along with a lively atmosphere come here.
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El Galeon
Santa Fe 4002 (@ Gurruchaga); Tel. (011.54.11) 4831.0544 / 4831-7976
$$-$$$. This large and spacious cafe serves as a great place for getting that late-night cheese fix or for an afternoon tea and facturas (pastry) while gazing at the wooded Botanical Garden across the street, and stretching the day into evening in a nearly tourist-free true Buenos Aires neighborhood.
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El Gorriti
Bonpland 1411, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Tel. + (011.54.11) 4777.0242
This is the place to go for classic Argentine cuisine in a traditional atmosphere, with high ceilings and intimate decor.
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El Trapiche
Paraguay 5099 (corner of Parguay and Honduras, Palermo) Buenos Aires; Tel. +(011.54.11) 4772.7343 / 4775.5793
$$-$$$. El Trapiche's claim to fame is traditional Argentine food at respectable prices. Many plates are large enough to share with friends or family.
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Grappa Cantina
El Salvador 5802, (@ Carranza); Tel. (011.54.11) 4899-2577
$$$. Grappa is Italian cuisine with a hint of hip. Salads such as Karit- with endives, paltas, palmitos, shrimp in a lemon dressing, a choice of nine pastas able to be combined with one of 17 sauces, and five varities of lomo (beef cut) leave nothing to be desired.
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La Choza
Gascon 1701; Tel. (011.54.11)4833.3334
$$$-$$$$. This is the rich comfort-food of restaurants. Long crisp table clothes, clear goblets waiting for wine or water, mounds of bread, and heated outdoor seating in a quite colonial neighborhood helps create an ambience perfect for a subdued dinner or slow Sunday lunch.
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La Mia Casa Pizzería
Cabrera 4570 (@ Scalabrini Ortiz); Tel. +(011.54.11) 4777-2723
$$. Wandering around this neighborhood can be so daunting with its wealth of fine, ethnic cuisine. The options are literally dizzying and hungry diners can end up spoilt for choice and wandering the streets with a case of low blood sugar just trying to decide. When the popular eateries are full, savvy, money-conscious, empty-bellied locals slip into quiet and unassuming La Mia Casa Pizzería...
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Los 40 Bar de Tapas
Costa Rica 4933 (@ Jorge Luis Borges); Tel. +(011.54.11) 4833.7008
$$-$$$. The folks at Los 40 Bar de Tapas sure know their way around what they serve. In the evening, the streets of Palermo Viejo are generally quiet and dark, while bbehind the closed doors of restaurants, the party continues into the wee hours of the morning. The atmosphere at Los 40 is subdued and inviting with its red walls and modern booths stretching backwards into the elongated space...
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Costa Rica 5602, at Fitz Roy, Palermo, Buenos Aires; Tel. +(011.54.11) 4771.4255
Come to Miranda for classic Argentine cuisine with ambiance. House specialties such as fresh pastas with a choice of sauces, Patagonian beef, and parrilla are the name of the game.
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Oui Oui
6068 Nicaragua (@ Dorrego); Tel. +(011.54.11) 4778-9614
$-$$. Nestled among the shady streets of Palermo Viejo is Oui Oui. BA’s shabby chic spot for sipping a café con leche or weekend brunch is somewhat reminiscent of an afternoon in Paris’ own Monmarte and is always crowded with posh locals catching up on their reading, clicking away on their laptops, or just enjoying a coffee and a sweet...
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Serrano 1580 (@ Honduras) ; Tel. + (011.54.11) 4833-0447
$$$-$$$$. Prólogo is recognizable in the crowd of bars and restaurants in Plaza Serrano by its dubious location between “the blue bar” (Tazz) and “the bar with the giant Heineken sign on top". Nothing else really sets this friendly and unassuming place apart from the others and, for this reason, you can from time to time find an empty chair – a rarity in Plaza Serrano – though usually not after 1am.
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Salguero 1804 (@ Charcas); Tel. +(011.54.11) 4824.4366 / 4827.5051
$$-$$$. Buenos Aires is the city in the world with the most psychotherapists, so it should come as no surprise that the father of psychoanalysis has given his name not only to the charming Palermo neighborhood of Villa Freud, but also one of it’s restaurants, Sigi. Their menu tells us he changed his name to the more formal Sigmund once his career took off. Keeping with the theme...
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Guatemala 5602 (@ Fitz Roy); Tel. +(011.54.11) 4776.3777
True to its name (literally Southeast hit), Sudestada adds a unique kick to Asian cuisine, Buenos Aires style. The restaurant’s extremely minimalist décor directs all focus on their food; Southeast Asian fusion. While Sudestada may appear nondescript from the outside, locals and visitors alike consistently spill out onto the sidewalk at night to wait for a table at this Palermo Hollywood hot spot...
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Armenia 1784 (@ Costa Rica) ; Tel. +(011.54.11) 4832-3726
$$$-$$$$. Stepping in from the bustling Palermo streets to an intimate table or cozy couch in Terreo can be likened to taking tea at your favorite friend’s house. Usually when a hip, modern restaurant takes over a mansion’s domestic floorplan, major renovations follow. Terreo, however, has kept the original space in tact and just filled it with a mix of comfy sofas, beanbag chairs, and candle-lit café tables.
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Salguero 1807 (@ Charcas); Tel. +(011.54.11) 4823.7770 / 4827.1458
$$$. Of all the restaurants and cafés that surround Plaza Güemes, Velvet is the most stylish. The design is modern and elegant with high ceilings and plenty of light.  The walls are painted a deep red and there’s an abundance of large mirrors with dark wood frames.  Above the bar...
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Virasoro Bar
Guatemala 4328; Tel. +(011.54.11) 4831.8918
$$-$$$. As if the combination of pizza, board games and imported beers wasn’t enough, Virasoro Bar also offers some of the best live Jazz in Buenos Aires.  When we throw in the fact that they’re based in a masterpiece of 1920s art deco architecture and cook some seriously tasty crepes, it shouldn’t be too hard to understand why this charming little spot in one of Palermo’s leafy residential areas has become so popular...
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Humbolt 1897, at Costa Rica, Palermo, Buenos Aires; Tel. +(011.54.11) 4779.9113
$$-$$$. Zelanda is Asiatic cuisine mixed in among Palermo's parilla obsessed restaurants. Their interpretations include appetizers such as Bunuelo Vietnamita (little Vietnamese bundles) along with entrees including shrimp flan with miso soup and miniature steamed vegetables, and red chicken curry with coconut milk and Jasmine rice.
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El Salvador 4800 (@ Gurruchaga); Tel. +(011.54.11) 4833-6102
$$$-$$$$. Like all restaurants in attractive Palermo, Xalapa is usually packed to the gills and spilling out into the street. This colorful, casi-casi (almost) Mexican eatery operates on some prime restaurant real estate in the heart of Palermo’s nighttime eating scene.
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Viejo Indecente
Thames 1907, and Nicaragua; Tel. +(011.54.11) 4775. 2666
$$$. Soon upon entering, it becomes evident that this resto/bar is made for enjoying the simple pleasures of life: fabulous genre-changing music, board games, rich food, friends, and a variety of freely flowing drink.
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Ummo Restaurante y Arte
Gorriti 4918, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Tel. + (011.54.11.) 4833.5676
A hot dinner spot and art gallery in the heart of Palermo's night scene, Ummo brings an unassuming humility with its hip, modern style.
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Te Mataré Ramirez
Paraguay 4062 (@ Scalabrini Ortiz); Tel. +(011.54.11) 4831.9156
$$$$$. At Te Mataré Ramirez, sexuality goes far past the point of innuendo. From the menu names to the theatrical shows, this X-rated restaurant combines carnal hunger with a healthy sexual appetite in a surprisingly classy way. The entire ambience of Te Mataré Ramirez amazingly manages to transcend cultural taboos, turning a naughty topic into a well-rounded night of entertainment for all ages – above 18, of course...
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Gorriti 5578, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Tel. +(011.54.11) 4776.3338
Stone shows off a sleek black exterior and modern interior design, mixing bold colors and lighting resulting in an atmosphere that sets the stage for a decadent evening.
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Thames 1101, at Jufre; Tel. (011.54.11) 4772.4911
$$$. Located on a quite neighborhood street, virtually tourist and restaurant free, Sarki´s seems to be the only action around. This large Armenian restaurant is packed every night, no joke. In a neighborhood with a large Armenian population, Sarki´s seems to be the favorite.
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Parilla La Dorita
Humbolt 1911 (@ Costa Rica); Tel. +(011.54.11) 4773.0070
$$-$$$. With busy restaurants on opposite corners of the intersection, you know this is the place for fresh parilla in Palermo.
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Aráoz 2148 (@ Paraguay) ; Tel. +(011.54.11) 4833.2408 / 3691
$$-$$$. Odyssey is one of Palermo’s many resto-bars, basically a restaurant where you can also go for a drink, or a bar where they also serve food, depending on how you see it.  Based in one of the bar-peppered side streets of Avenida Scalabrini Ortiz it stands out with its bright purple and black 19th century façade and is very elegant...
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Nativos BA
Fitzroy 1500 (@ Cabrera) ; Tel. +(011.54.11) 4772.9073
$$-$$$. Amongst the throng of bars in Palermo Hollywood is Nativos BA, a chilled bar with a great vibe for pre-party cocktails or just a quiet night out with friends. What immediately catches the eye is the right-hand seating area. It consists of several hugely comfortable paisley sofas and armchairs surrounding a low coffee table...
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Maldito Salvador
El Salvador 4963, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Tel. +(011.54.11) 4832.1765
An artsy, creative atmosphere, high ceilings and an upper-level loft give this hip tapas restaurant a comfortable feel.
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Maria Fulo
Cabrera 5065, Palermo, Buenos Aires; Tel. +(011.54.11) 4831.0103
$$$$. Maria Fulo stands alone as the taste of Brazil in Palermo. Chef Eduardo Pinheiro serves up specialties such as Salgadinhos, an appetizer plate of mixed Brazilian tidbits, shrimp served in a soft tomato and cream sauce with roasted pumpkin, veal stroganoff simmered in a light tomato puree with cream and mushrooms served with rice, and daily specials.
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Magno Bar and Lounge
Gorriti 5577, at Fita Roy, Palermo, Buenos Aires; Tel. +(011.54.11) 4904.1185
$$. Magno is a chill hang out for groups of friends and couples. With WIFI, Magno draws a hip, working crowd in the afternoons when it offers a "light" menu.
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La Pharmacie
Charcas 3494 (@ Vidt); Tel. +(011.54.11) 4823.0861
$$-$$$. La Pharmacie has an idyllic corner location in one of Palermo’s greenest neighborhoods.  It’s based in a renovated old drugstore and a number of original features like wood shelves and high windows with carved ledges have been kept and restored.  There are even some ancient medicine bottles on display to add to the old day feeling...
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La Paila
Costa Rica 4848 (@ Jorge Luis Borges); Tel. +(011.54.11) 4833.3599
$$-$$$. For those visiting Argentina that won’t have time to head to the Northwestern provinces of Salta and Jujuy, La Paila bring a taste of it home to Palermo for you. Located on Costa Rica in Palermo Viejo, prime restaurant territory, La Paila is recognizable by the folksy ambiance and the range of live music blasting out the door and into the street...
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La Esquina Café
Beruti 3897 (@ Republica Árabe Siria); Tel. +(011.54.11) 4807.6176
$$-$$$. As its namesake implies, La Esquina Café occupies a serene street corner in Palermo bordered by the verdant Jardín Botánico. This casual, upscale café is generally patronized by an older crowd, possibly because of its quiet location and tranquil ambiance...
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La Peca
Gascon 1493; Tel. (011.54.11)4867.4282
$$-$$$. La Peca is neighborhood pizza in a warm atmosphere. This small corner café is clean of foreigners and full of local 20somethings enjoying mounds of crispy fries ($9AR), homemade bubbling pizza($12-$19AR), and a variety of thick sandwiches ($11-18AR) served on wooden pallets.
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Gascon 1791 (@ Soler); Tel. +(011.54.11) 4833.5833
$$. As far as reggae bars go Instinto hasn’t exactly gone overboard on the decor.  The theme is reflected in a funky black, yellow and green sign, bright yellow walls and a series of black and white photographs of Rastafarians above the bar.  That’s it.  Otherwise this could just as well be The Isle of Man as Jamaica...
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Jorge Luis Borges 2095 (@ Guatemala); Tel. +(011.54.11)4832.9510
$$. A corner bar and café that also serves up some decent meals for lunch or late night snacks, Henri, is a favorite among Palermo Soho locals. With plenty of chairs and tables along the sidewalks it attracts families and sightseers eager to rest their feet after hitting the nearby tourist haunts and shopping opportunities by day, and bar flies looking for a quiet spot to start or round off a session by night...
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Green Bamboo
Costa Rica 5802, at Caranza, Palermo, Buenos Aires; Tel. +(011.54.11)4775.7050
$$-$$$. Vietnamese cuisine full of flavor, life, and style is what Green Bamboo is about. Here you'll find traditional favorites such as sesame prawns, pork and rice with vegetables, and delicious ingredients including cilantro and lemon grass.
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Finis Terra
Honduras 5200 (@ Uriarte); Tel. +(011.54.11) 4831-0335
$-$$. Finis Terra sits right in the center of the roaring nightlife machine that is Palermo Viejo.  It tries to differentiate itself from the mass of other bars in the area by being a culture venue as well as drinking hole.  They host exhibitions and frequent gigs, featuring a wide variety of genres, including Jazz, Blues, folklórico, Celtic music, Rock and so on...
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Entre Tapas y Vino
Guatemala 5650, and FitzRoy, Palermo Hollywood, Buenos Aires; Tel. +(011.54.11)4773.0598
$$$. "Between Tapas and Wine" as the title suggests, is where Chef Jose Cerdo's menu is created.
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Eliot Restó & Otras Pasiones
Honduras 5237 (@ Uriarte) ; Tel. +(011.54.11) 4831.1112 / 4834.6229
$$$-$$$$. Eliot is an elegant bar and restaurant in the heart of chic Palermo SoHo.  The restaurants area at the front of the space is bright and contemporary with a minimalist feel.  The white walls are balanced by three striking curtains in shades of red and purple that decorate a wall-to-ceiling window overlooking the street...
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El Manto
Costa Rica 5801 (@ Angel Carranza); Tel. (011.54.11) 4774-2409. Open Monday- Saturday for lunch and dinner
$$$-$$$$. El Manto serves Armenian cuisine with recipes passed down through generations. Appetizers such as Topik- little bundles filled with nuts, raisins and while onions, or eggplant stuffed with tomato, onion and red pepper will delight you.
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El Embrujo
Gorriti 5612 (@ Bonpland); Tel. + (011.54.11) 4776.4502
$$$. From the mock castle walls and false candle chandeliers to images of cards and dice strewn all over the floors, walls and ceiling, this magic bar screams mystery and intrigue. El Embrujo Resto-Bar is the creation of former World Champion Magician (1994) Adrian Guerra who still owns and performs regularly...
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El Calero
Serrano 1598, at Honduras; Tel. (011.54.11) 4831.3850
$$-$$$. One of the many bars and restaurants crammed and stacked around Plaza Serano, El Calero offers refreshingly spacious upstairs seating; a nice contrast the smoke-filled downstairs. Long, white couches line the walls and tall windows look out onto the plaza. High ceilings with wooden beams stretching the length of the room are reminiscent of an old barn that perhaps once stood in this place.
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Doctor Mason's
Aráoz 1199 (@ Mason, between Córdoba and Cabrera); Tel. +(011.54.11) 4777.7889
$$-$$$. This cozy bar and restaurant on one of Palermo's quieter streets (on the other side of Scalabrini Ortíz) is a firm favorite among Porteños in the know. The intimate space is decorated in the style of an English pub, with classic brewery signs and a mural of a rain-drenched cobbled street adorning the walls...
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FitzRoy 1613, Palermo, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Tel. +(011.54.11) 4776.3500
Japanese cuisine is cool, elegant, refined and satisfying, and that is exactly what Dashi offers the customer.
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Honduras 5329 (@ Godoy Cruz); Tel. +(011.54.11) 4833.5857
$$-$$$. Now open for a year and a half, Congo is quickly ascending the ranks among the coolest places in town. There’s no sign outside; there’s not a list to get in either, but prior knowledge is necessary to avoid walking right past it. The well-muscled bouncer smiles and responds in turn to friendly greetings...
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Club Eros
1609 Uriarte (@ Honduras); Tel. +(011.54.11) 4832-1313
$-$$. Club Eros warrants a write-up and a pin on the map for being the single most UN-Palermo eatery in Palermo. This neighborhood is famous for intricate, sumptuous, ethnic, and sinful world-class cuisine and some major restaurant real estate lies on all sides of Eros. Here, however, hungry diners will not find silky tablecloths, crystal wine goblets, or hand-carved garnish. Instead you will find real food, real people, and real fun with absolutely no frills in sight...
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Casa Cruz - Resto-Bar
Uriarte 1658, at El Salvador, Palermo; Tel. (011.54.11) 4833.1112
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Boutique del Libro
Thames 1762 (@ Costa Rica); Tel. +(011.54.11) 4833-0068
$$-$$$. A combination of a traditional bookshop, a hip record shop and a really soulful coffee shop, Boutique del Libro is a great spot to stock up on Latin American literature, find out what’s happening in local music, or just hang. The book department has that classic library feel with shelves reaching all the way to the ceiling and clerks flying up and down old-fashioned wooden ladders...
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Bar Unico
Honduras 5604 (@ Fitzroy) ; Tel. +(011.54.11) 4775-6693
$$-$$$. The immensely popular Bar Unico in Palermo´s drinking district has won many fans through a combination of its vibrant atmosphere and rock and roll attitude, achieving an aptly unique – or unico – vibe. Its décor would best be described as a mix of Spanish and American styles. Drinking paraphernalia is exhibited around the lower half of the walls while bare red bricks and colourful artwork share the upper area...
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Bar Abierto
Jorge L. Borges 1613 (@ Plaza Serano); Tel. + (011.54.11) 4833.7640
$$-$$$. With a name that translates to “Open Bar” how much more information does one need? Like the title suggests, here one will find a large variety of alcohol served at any hour (no, not on the house as the term fortunately means in the US), not to mention a large enough bar menu with pizza ($10-20AR), salads ($10-$15AR), burgers and sandwiches ($9-$15AR) popular both late night and lunchtime diners...
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Cabrera 3877 (@ Acuña Figueroa) ; Tel. + (011.54.11) 4863-4242
$$$-$$$$. Even coming in from a chilly winter’s walk, Artemisia warms you up as soon as you step in the door. Everything about the place is welcoming upon arrival; from the warm, low-hanging light fixtures, to the enticing aroma of the fresh bread selection, this is the place to wile away some hours.
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Armenia Restaurant
Armenia 1366 (@ Gorriti); Tel. +(011.54.11) 4776-2500
$$$$$. For a taste of Armenian cuisine and culture there is no better experience than Armenia Restaurant. Located on Calle Armenia above the Armenian Cultural Centre and opposite an Armenian Church, it is the most authentic Armenian restaurants experience in Buenos Aires. In terms of the food on offer it definitely does not disappoint, but on top of this diners are given the opportunity to learn all about the country too...
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Al Shark
Av. Scalabrini Ortiz 1426 (@ Gorriti); Tel. (011.54.11) 4833-6933/ 2049/4774
$$$. My Big Fat Greek Wedding has come to Buenos Aires in the form an Arab palace. You'll see the florescent blue and green pillars from blocks away and wonder if you haven't stepped onto a movie set.
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Aceto & Oliva
Beruti 3395 (@ Bulnes); Tel. +(011.54.11) 4825-1859 / 1812
$$-$$$. Located just two blocks east of the Alto Palermo shopping center, Aceto & Oliva’s cool mix of industry, antique, and organic decorations provides an ambience to satisfy the trendsetter and the bohemian in a traditional Argentine parilla setting...
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