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|Monday||07:00 PM to 02:00 AM|
|Tuesday||06:00 PM to 02:00 AM|
|Wednesday to Thursday||07:00 PM to 02:00 AM|
|Friday||06:00 PM to 04:00 AM|
|Saturday||07:00 PM to 04:00 AM|
|Sunday||07:00 PM to 02:00 AM|
Anuva offers wine tasting sessions in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The tastings consist of 5 wines from small boutique wineries and 5 traditional Argentine tapas. During the tasting, you have a relaxed and friendly conversation about how to taste wine, the history of the Argentine wine industry, the terroir of the country, culture and more.
Cosy, comfortable and lively, Cossab is the quintessential brew pub. Apart from six of their amazing house brews on tap, the bar also offers an impressive selection from the micro-breweries of Argentina, and imported beers from Mexico and Europe. Apart from beer, Cossab also serves up a variety of sandwiches, pizzas and Picadas that are sure to perfectly complement your drink. Welcoming and warm, this pub is a great place to hang out with friends and enjoy a pint of delicious brew.
With a history dating back to 1915, Bar de Cao has seen a lot in its many years of existence. Spread across two floors, its wooden accents, posters, antiques and decor has an old worldly charm to it that is welcoming. They make their own brew which ranges from golden, red and dark. Take a sip of your choice beer and relish their tasty bites.
Typical Irish pub, situated in downtown Buenos Aires. The facade emulates those of pubs in Ireland, as does the interior with its dark wood and stone decor. The main drink here is beer and it flows especially heavily during the "Happy Hour" from 6p till 9p, Monday to Friday. On weekends there are live bands and the rest of the week it is possible to play backgammon and darts, the classic pub pastimes.
Finding a tasty brew in party-hardy Buenos Aires is an unexpected challenge,sure, portenos can down beer to hold their own like the rest of the world, but connoisseurs of the good stuff will be disappointed by the standard selection found in supermarket refrigerators and even in bars, where local, mass-produced brands reside. Enter Breoghan Brew Bar: a fresh-on-the-scene beer spot serving up its own rich varieties every night of the week. Try the Old Red Ale and the Cream Stout, the house favorites. What's more, the grub here isn't half bad, making this a stopping point for the entire night.