Ethnic and sophisticated restaurants, international fast food chains, pubs...Buenos Aires has more than 3500 food spots. You can find the classic "parrilla" with argentinean meat easily, you will see them even at the sidewalks. A lot of restaurants have wide windows with "ruedo", a different way to cook meat, that looks like crosses settled around the fire with cow ribs, lamb and young goat.
Schedule: In Buenos Aires, at night after 10 pm and until the early morning. If in cities like New York, Paris or London, places get crowded at 8:30 pm, in Buenos Aires that happens between 10 and 11pm.
Most restaurants open every day, midday and night, but some of them are closed on modays. We suggest you confirm first. Prices; at midday, in general, restaurants offer many executive and economical menues. For lunch, prices are in between $10 and $20, but at night these prices rise up considerably.
Restaurant always have a price list at the windows or in the outer side of the restaurant.
Traditional, alternative, outstanding, entertainning, sports, literary bars or pubs....Thay are good places to read, have a chat with friends, surf on the internet, see different shows, buy craftwork, listen to live music, watch TV, discuss politics, movies, literature or futbol.
Classics are; the "Tortoni" and "36 Billares", (Avenida de Mayo) "La Giralda" and "La Paz" (on Corrientes Av).; the "Britanico" (at Parque Lezama); "Las Violetas" ( Medrano and Rivadavia); "La Biela" (in Recoleta) and "LA Academia" (on Callao and Corrientes).
Some of them are part of the cultural heritage of the city. It is considered as "remarkable" those places that make reference to activities or cultural facts, related to the history, architecture or any local importance... .