Bars and coffees

        
      
    

BAR BRITÁNICO

Open day and night, the taxi drivers there to saturate pause in his task, like many other locals outdated. Items chess, soccer some discussion, a "coffee" to wake up ...
The distinguished writer Ernesto Sabato was one of his regulars. Wrote there much of his novel "On Heroes and Tombs" and the British part of the scenery of the novel.



BAR PLAZA DORREGO


In a landmark corner of San Telmo (historic) versus
homonym square, it still racks, bottles and objects
its original activity as "Clearance Warehouse and beverages."


The graffiti on their tables and walls are a trademark of endeleble
over time and its visitors.





ESQUINA HOMERO MANZI



"San Juan y Boedo antigua, y todo el cielo..." Así comienza la
poesía del tango "Sur" del genial Homero Manzi. Y en esa esquina
emblemática se encuentra el bar que mantiene viva su memoria.



CAFÉ MARGOT


In the traditional district of Boedo, this keeps the hot coffee typical atmosphere of the neighborhood bars and it is an enclave of meetings associated with the intense cultural activity of its people.






CONFITERÍA LAS VIOLETAS

In the 90s was rescued from imminent demise due to the
efforts of neighbors, cultural personalities, their own Legisltura employees and the City. Today looks to its original splendor of the belle epoque "and retains the wonders of products.






CAFÉ EL BANDERÍN


Café typical neighborhood for decades, stands out for a rich collection of flags of football clubs around the
world, photographs and associated items that cover its walls.







CONFITERÍA IDEAL
A typical tearoom where we can find Buenos Aires milonga and live orchestra on Thursday night.

GRAN CAFÉ TORTONI
Coffee is more representative of the traditional spirit of the Avenida de Mayo and a legend in the city. 
 This bar belongs to the select group of "notable bars of the City of Buenos Aires.