BBQ Joint Thames 1653 Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires C.F.
People also say (32 tips):
Mechi Wonka: "Choris are great tastewise though the size is a bit disappointig; lets say its a gourmet chori and one's got to deal with it. Def not a top 10, still prefer a food truck in Costanera for the real deal"
Varo Tete Elvis: "Craft beer selection small and UNIQUE,had a blast and the bartender was super friendly and took the time to pin point me to the right spots to make sure id enjoy BA to the max. Will be back, no doubt"
Serious Eats: "Part florist, wine shop, & underground bar, Florería Atlántico excels in the cocktail business, also serving meats and vegetables cooked on an iron grill that dates back to the the 1940s."
Art Museum Av. del Libertador 1473 Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires C.F.
People also say (176 tips):
Sofia Uz: "Definitely check it out, 1-1.1/2 are more than enough. Some not very prominent works by impressionists and local artist of the same era. Do: check out the deck on the last floor"
Nuk Cho: "Highly recommended. Free entrance. Lots of European, especially French, painting collections. Goya, Rodin, and Argentine are also the must-see. There is an interesting temporary exhibition as well."
Art Gallery Agustín Caffarena 1 La Boca, Buenos Aires C.F.
People also say (60 tips):
Serafettin B.: "In Buenos Aire's art district, surrounded by street art, this gallery is worth a visit. We walked from San Telmo (about 30-40 minutes) and the neigbourhood seemed safe, a must see in BA."
Rachael Leonie: "The best place for afternoon merienda. Best terrace in Palermo, and away from the louder parts of the area."
Patricia Costa: "AMAZING! hard to pick something, you'll want to try everything! The voltini cocktail and choc volcano were divine. But the quality of the service is what really impresses and is hard to find nowadays."
Clementina: "The black rice was amazing. All the desserts are great, but you can't miss their ice creams, pretty unique. Don't be afraid to ask for Pony Line cocktails!"