Pubs and Bars in Buenos Aires
Spend some time in Buenos Aires and you may become spoilt. The pub and bar scene here is a dream of traditional bars with sidewalk tables, wooden furniture and tiled floors, slick upmarket cocktail joints packed with beautiful people, and other more bohemian, laid back watering holes.
When it’s time to leave Buenos Aires, re-entering the outside world of early closing times and a ten minute jostle at the bar to buy a drink could prove trying. So make the most of it while you can and get bar-hopping.
Pubs and Bars
A classic Buenos Aires cafe-bar in operation since 1864, El Federal, with its antique wooden fixtures and extensive menu of local favorites, has long been a favorite of San Telmo residents and visitors.
Share a bottle of Argentine wine and relax for the evening at Bar Seddon, a San Telmo bar with live music, an international crowd and local charm. A true Buenos Aires neighborhood staple.
Acabar is a colorful and relaxed setting where one can eat, drink and… play a classic board game. It may not be quite as trendy as the surrounding bars, but it’s still a Palermo Hollywood hotspot.
Pubs and Bars
Antares Pub boasts some of the best handcrafted beers in the city of Buenos Aires. Sample some of these original and refreshing brews in their modern space at the heart of the Palermo Soho neighborhood.
Quaff some lovely beers at the one true brewpub in Buenos Aires. Not only that, but Buller also has a great beer garden in a prime position opposite the always-fascinating Recoleta Cemetery.
Shoot pool, sip cocktails or enjoy your own personal beer tap at Deep Blue, an upscale bar frequented by the after-office crowd. Located in the City Center, with other locations in Puerto Madero and Olivos.
Shoeless Joe’s El Alamo is your typical expat dive bar in Buenos Aires. A good place for lots of beer, American-style food and international sports events on TV. Located in Recoleta, near Avenida Santa Fe.