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Where to Eat, Sleep and Explore in Buenos Aires

Some of our favourite spots in Buenos Aires, from a steampunk cocktail den to a LEED-certified boutique hotel.

Explore

Verne

Verne

This steampunk cocktail den is within walking distance of jazz clubs like Cafe Vinilo, Virasoro, Thelonious, Boris and Bar Sheldon.

vernecocktailclub.com

Minton’s

Minton’s

Barely big enough to walk around in, this repository of classic jazz on vinyl and CD is not far from jazz clubs Notorious and Bebop.

minton-s.blogspot.com

Festival Internacional Buenos Aires Jazz

From November 15 to 20, the annual festival that drew more than 90,000 people to 15 venues last year turns the entire city into one big jazz club.

festivales.buenosaires.gob.ar

Eat & Drink

Sucre

Sucre

This sultry Belgrano jewel is a place to see and be seen (from the bottle-lit mezzanine catwalk) – and to experience high-quality rib-eye usually saved for export.

sucrerestaurant.com.ar

El Baqueano

Photo: Pablo Baracat

El Baqueano

The name means “guide” in gaucho terms, and you’ll need one to identify indigenous meats, like wild boar, llama or alligator on a tasting menu with excellent Argentinian wine pairings.

restoelbaqueano.com

Sleep

Hotel Nuss

Hotel Nuss

The Palermo property is housed in an old convent, and the two “studios” are actually large, bright spaces with both, a bedroom and living room. From the rooftop plunge pool, peer down into the unrenovated courtyard of a similar building next door for a glimpse into the past.

nusshotel.com

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