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Biftek Restoranı
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“Famous place to eat meat. Make reservation or wait patiently because is always crowded.”
  • Yerel halktan 166 kişi öneriyor
Semt
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“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"”
  • Yerel halktan 211 kişi öneriyor
Arjantin Restoranı
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“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”
  • Yerel halktan 156 kişi öneriyor
Pizzacı
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“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". ”
  • Yerel halktan 107 kişi öneriyor
Pizzacı
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“Iconic pizza place, located at recognised Corrientes Av, where theatres and lights stand out”
  • Yerel halktan 119 kişi öneriyor
Arjantin Restoranı
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“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.”
  • Yerel halktan 68 kişi öneriyor
Burger Restoranı
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“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!!”
  • Yerel halktan 45 kişi öneriyor
Fransız Restoranı
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“Healthy and tasty meals for every day. Just one block apart from Quartier Dorrego.”
  • Yerel halktan 89 kişi öneriyor
Amerikan Restoranı
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“Great place to enjoy of a nice meal, drinks and rock! and also for buying a hard rock BA t-shirt”
  • Yerel halktan 30 kişi öneriyor
Arjantin Restoranı
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“Good parrilla, friendly and lively atmosphere and low prices. I usually go here with my friends. Go very early or late or you'll have to wait forever for a table.”
  • Yerel halktan 86 kişi öneriyor
Suşi Restoranı
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“If you are a sushi lover then this place is amazing!!! This is the perfect mix between Asian and Peruvian cuisine, they have different sushi options and appetizers. The amazing part that this is not a regular sushi restaurant, is a well-decorated ambient also, but I don't recommend it if you are searching for a restaurant on a budget. ”
  • Yerel halktan 68 kişi öneriyor
Kafe
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“A slightly smaller, more intimate version of its 'brother' El Federal. A varied menu, relaxed atmosphere and traditional/vintage decor. Great to while away the hours on a relaxing morning.”
  • Yerel halktan 48 kişi öneriyor
Orta Doğu Restoranı
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“The food is fabulous and well priced at this long-standing Middle Eastern restaurant – come with a group to sample many exotic dishes. Start with the roasted eggplant hummus and boquerones (marinated sardines), then follow up with kebabs or lamb in yogurt sauce. Less busy at lunchtime; there's usually a wait for a table at dinner.”
  • Yerel halktan 79 kişi öneriyor
Bar
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“Along with it's 'sister' La Poesia, this is one of two traditional restaurants, very typical of old Buenos Aires. Having the same owner, they both have the same varied menu, including burgers, pastas, salads, sandwiches and some very good sharing platters (‘picadas’) . Both have a great atmosphere and interesting antique/vintage décor, without being super ‘touristy.’ Try a craft beer accompanied by a traditional ‘picada.’ A great option any time of day.”
  • Yerel halktan 56 kişi öneriyor
Gizli içki satılan yer
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“Great Dinner Experience in this awarded as #3 in ranking The World's 50 Best Bars.”
  • Yerel halktan 73 kişi öneriyor
Peru Restoranı
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“One of the best seafood restaurants. Not cheap, but definitely a different experience.”
  • Yerel halktan 37 kişi öneriyor