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Ocho Esquinas. Colegiales.

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Low-key and perfect. »

4.0 Stars

Around since the 1930s, Ocho Esquinas is probably the most relaxing and affordable restaurant to eat delicious food that features pictures of tango singers on the walls. During the daytime, the crowd is mostly businessmen on their lunch breaks, tucking into plates of perfect homemade pasta while reading the paper. On weekends, when it's open at night, families come for live music. Whenever you opt to go, good luck choosing between one of the epic picadas--a plate of various meats (venison and wild boar are both great) and artisan cheeses--or the entrees. Oh, and unlike anything that looks like it over in Palermo, eating here is actually affordable.

On Tue Jan 12, 2010 | Permalink

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4.0 Stars
Av Forest 1186, Buenos Aires, Argentina

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Unpretentious spot popular with locals since the 1930s.

Tags: argentine picadas, beer, cozy, german food, live music, locals, mainstay, meat and cheese platters

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