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El Rincon Salteño

El Rincon Salteño
Av. Martín Garcia 302 (@ Yrala); Tel. + (011.54.11) 4307-6136
$. From the hidden location on the opposite side of Parque Lezama (away from Defensa, closer to the entrance to La Boca, next to the McDonalds) to its super low-key almost backyard atmosphere, this place is a real non-touristy treat, at least for now.
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La Barrica

La Barrica
Magallanes 845 (Caminito); Tel. +(011.54.11) 4301.9197
$$$-$$$$. La Barrica works the French bistro concept with Argentine enthusiasm. Nestled among the many dining options along this Caminito main street, it proudly proclaims an ethos to, “Prepare typical dishes, keeping to their essence and pouring into this preparation our love for the chosen job – good cooking”. Dedicated chef ‘Che Carlos’ ensures La Barrica sets itself apart from the competition, conjuring up mouth-watering specials amongst other mainstream dishes in this bodega come art gallery location...
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Nonno Bachicha

Nonno Bachicha
W. Villafane 396 (@ Av. Almirante Brown); Tel. +(011.54.11) 4361.1816
$$$. Deep down in the heart of La Boca, located in what Lonely Planet describes as the 'don't stray areas of the riverside walk and the tourists sections of El Caminito', is a true hidden gem full of La Boca history, charm and an excellent variety of homemade pastas and seafood.
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Don Filiberto
Av. Almirante Brown 602 (@20 de Septiembre); Tel. +(011.54.11) 4362.7800
$$. “With the illusion of a child, with the enthusiasm of an adolescent, with the responsibility of a man and with the plans and hopes of a barrio family we open the doors of our house”. It is with this invitation of hospitality that Don Filiberto presents itself, and it lives up to every word...
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Waiting Room
Juan Manuel Blanes 78 (@ Caboto); Tel. +(011.54.11) 4300.4672
$-$$. Waiting Room is the Argentine equivalent to a ‘greasy spoon’. This restaurant is so far off the beaten track the arrival of foreigners still provokes looks of startled interest from its cluster of regulars. A steady trickle of local mechanics and Uruguayan truck drivers flow through its doors at all hours of the day and night to get their bottle of beer and choripan on the way into Buenos Aires...
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La Farola
Avenida Almirante A. Brown 800 (@ B. Perez Galdos); Tel. +(011.54.11) 4362-9143 / 4300-2826
$$$. A far cry from the touristic pretensions of El Caminito, La Farola is a taste of real-life living in one of the city’s poorer barrios. Though the restaurant itself surely stays afloat off the back of its pizza delivery service, if you’re looking for somewhere unremarkable to sit with a coffee and a tostado and consider fantasmas then this will easily fit the bill...
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La Chirilísima
695 Olvarria (@ Palos)
$$. Visitors that believe what certain guide books warn about staying out of La Boca are likely to miss some serious heart and soul of Buenos Aires. La Chirilísima is a perfect example of this syndrome. It is located just a couple of blocks from the heavily-touristed El Caminito in La Boca and those who stagger the final steps will not find a camera-toting tourist group in sight – what a treat...
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El Obrero
Agustin R. Caffarena 64; Tel. +(011.54.11) 4362.9912
$$-$$$. those looking for the authentic Boca dining experience, stop looking. Now! This little Boca backstreet hideaway takes the biscuit. Walking around to find this place you begin wonder where all the people are let alone the restaurant. Stumble across the entrance and inside you find the answer – they’re all in El Obrero having lunch...
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El Rinconcito
Del Valle Iberlucea 1166; Tel. (011.54) 4302.6642
$-$$. This is a place to rest away from the busy Caminato while you dine on bountiful plates of homemade gnocchi with tomato-cream sauce for $8 pesos, share a pint of Stella Artois beer for $8 pesos and watch as locals fill the tables, observe the real La Boca to one side, and the tourist-aimed La Boca to the other.
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Che Tango
Pinzon 60 (@ Av. Pedro de Mendoza); Tel. +(011.54.11) 4361.4526
$$$$-$$$$$. To put it simply Che Tango dazzles. This sultry tango, singing and dancing, theatre-lit, staged and styled hot shot Boca show has got to be one of the most illustrious acts in town. Set in a revamped warehouse in back of beyond La Boca Che Tango promises world class dancing and glittering entertainment in the barrio where tango was born...
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Suarez 396 (@ Almirante Brown), La Boca; Tel. +(011.54.11) 4301.1406 | 4303.3232
$$$. Since March 28, 1932 this well-established family run pizzeria deep in the heart of La Boca serves up a wide range of culinary delights. Its claim to fame is that the historic 'Fuzazza con queso', was created by Don Agustin and his son Juan at their original location on Olavarria Street. Now this classic establishment, with seating for more than 500 patrons, is packed on Saturdays, mostly with Portenos outside of La Boca, even from as far away as La Plata.
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