Best Cafes in Palermo, Buenos Aires

Argentina, Buenos Aires Guide (B): Best Cafes in Palermo, Buenos Aires

The word "Palermo", believe it or not, may refer not just to Sicily, Italy, but also to Buenos Aires, Argentina. Indeed, this neighborhood (barrio) is largest in the city and is trendy and bohemian, renowned for its boutique shopping, cafes, restaurants, bars, and nightclubs. Oftentimes, it is compared to Greenwhich Village and Chelsea of New York, but it has a truly unique character of its own. This, in turn, makes Palermo rather popular an area with tourists and locals, and earns it a reputation of the "heart and soul of Buenos Aires". Similar to café society in Vienna, Portenos - as the lifetime residents of Buenos Aires are affectionately referred to - enjoy relaxing at sidewalk cafes which is, perhaps, their greatest pastime. Throughout Palermo you will find a great variety of cafes offering beverages, pastries, light snacks, and great atmosphere. Wait no longer and explore the scene well-worth being discovered!

This corner café is renowned for its thin crust pizza, pasta dishes, empanadas, sandwiches, and more. It is reasonably priced with a diverse menu and is suitable for everyday snacks and relaxing moments. The staff are friendly and most speak some English. It is located close to Plaza Italia, the Palermo Woods and La Rural Exhibition Grounds. Here you will find locals and tourists coming together to enjoy simple dining out. There are a few outdoor tables, but this can be a noisy street corner during rush hour traffic times. The food is never disappointing for quality and value, plus their pizza is a definite must! ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Best Cafes in Palermo, Buenos Aires
Guide Location: Argentina » Buenos Aires
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