Podium Club (José Antonio Cabrera 3780, Buenos Aires) – this is something different (especially for visitors): Karaoke! Friday & Saturday nights are best for coming here, where partygoers can take part in live karaoke sessions. Afterwards, the club’s dance floor opens up, and plays 80s, 90s, pop, rock, Latin, Reggaeton, and other types of music. […]
Pachá (Av. Rafael Obligado Costanera 6151, Buenos Aires) – die hard international dance music fans that are passing through Buenos Aires are likely to treat this place as a “home away from home”. That’s because this venue is the Argentine branch of the famed Barcelona (and Ibiza)-based nightspot. Located by the river, this, like the […]
Notorious (Avenida Callao 966, Recoleta, Buenos Aires) – this is a high-end jazz club, with well-dressed waiters & waitresses serving the 35 tables that barely fit into this venue. A number of patrons come here for dinner first before taking in the live jazz music. A stream of local and international jazz musicians (from Cuba, […]
Niceto Club (Niceto Vega 5510, Palermo, Buenos Aires) – opening at 12:30 am on Thursday & Friday nights (and Saturday at 1 am), this Palermo area nightclub has various rock-themed and dance music events. Sometimes, international acts are booked there, too, such as Tame Impala (an Australian rock group), among others.
Jet Lounge (Av. Rafael Obligado 4801, Buenos Aires) – this nightspot is open on Thursday through Saturday nights, playing mainly Top-40 flavored dance music (and even some Reggaeton). There’s also an outdoor dining section that faces the river.
Ink Buenos Aires (Calle Coronel Niceto Vega 5635, Palermo Hollywood, Buenos Aires) – for those who have money to burn it in one night, this is the place for you. “Ink” is Buenos Aires’ answer to trendy VIP nightclubs Miami and New York where bottle service is heavily stressed. No doubt, Buenos Aires’ “young and […]
Tegui (Costa Rica 5852, Palermo Hollywood, Buenos Aires) – another of Buenos Aires’ finer restaurants, Tegui is the creation of head chef Germán Martitegui, who has a solid reputation with seafood dishes – from seared red tuna in almond gazpacho (garnished with raspberries and arugula sprouts) to oysters topped with trout roe and green apples. […]
Sucre (Sucre 676, Belgrano, Buenos Aires) — located in the city’s Belgrano district, Sucre offers dishes with Peruvian, Spanish, Japanese and Italian influences. Its wine cellar has a large selection of national and international vintages. Dishes ranging from ceviche, to bondiola (pork shoulder) and Patagonian lamb are among the most recommended here. The restaurant’s impressive […]
Sottovoce (Av. del Libertador 1098, Buenos Aires) – with a name like “Sottovoce”, this restaurant has to be Italian. Olives Ascolanas (Olives stuffed with batter-fried veal) and the Eggplant Parmigiana (eggplant au gratin with parmesan cheese, tomato and basil) are among the appetizers served here. An array of pastas is served here — all […]
Romario (Gurruchaga 1493, e/Gorriti, Palermo Hollywood, Buenos Aires) – this is a wood-fired pizza restaurant that also delivers (apparently using rollerbladers to deliver the pizzas!). Most visitors give the pizza served here a good rating. Foreigners, especially Americans used to eating pizza in America, Italy and elsewhere will point out that Argentine pizza is distinctive […]