Kika Club is perhaps the most talked about nightclub in Buenos Aires. Featuring suave and contemporary interiors, the club is a refreshing change form most night-spots in the city. With two separate floors, there is an ample amount of room for guests to groove to the best of house and electro, rock and hip hop spun by the DJ. The crowd that frequents this place is stylish and hip, so make sure you look your best if in the mood for socializing.
Music is the queen, at this bar-music shop. This paradise for music fans, allows them to listen to any band on a computer with headsets, while savoring a hot cup of coffee. Its modern aesthetics constitute a unique place. There is a natural garden in the back, that features nice little tables under the sky, a perfect setting for warm, starry nights. Indoors, the carefully arranged tables harmonize with the dim light, candles, and selected music. Live music performances, are on Fridays and Saturdays from 11:30p.
This ever-popular brewpub puts a modern twist on a typical brewery's image. Every seat and stool is occupied from open to close nearly every night, and it's not hard to see why: Antares is the home of seven locally brewed beers on tap and bottles of countless other domestics and imports. Order a pint of your future favorite brew or forget the stress of choosing the right one; relax with a sample of all seven at once! With a complete menu offering smaller bites and full meals, Antares is the perfect place for a night out with friends, and to see who else is drinking what! Do check for incredible Happy Hours.
Located in the very fancy Palermo, this club is the place for a fun night out in Buenos Aires. There is everything you could imagine here—electrifying music, premium drinks and an energetic hip crowd. A haven of party goers, this haunt gets full on event nights. The night gets started with bands like Los Alamos and the French Kid Loco performing here. The mood gets livelier with the in-house DJs spinning the latest beats!
This cafe has formed part of the Porteno landscape since 1858. A shrine to local tango culture, it houses the Academia Nacional del Tango and stages performances as well as literary events in the basement. Legendary literati such as the disquieting poets Argentine Alfonsina Storni and Spanish Federico García Lorca gathered here. Porteno bohemia and nostalgia fuse here over a game of chess, domino and billiards. Chocolate con Churros (hot cocoa and churros) are a traditional Argentine breakfast.
An original alternative within the scope of barbecue-style restaurants. This is a top quality steak house, impeccable in every sense. Located in the modern complex of Puerto Madero (a recent dock-side development), it has a cutting edge, end of the 20th Century style. The clientele often comprises an elegant and relaxed crowd. Specializing in offal and grilled sweetbreads, this restaurant is the flavored choice for tourists and Argentineans living abroad, who come back dreaming of a characteristic Argentine barbecue. Recommendations are barbecued pork ribs with potatoes au gratin; isla flotante (exotic dessert) and tiramisu. The decoration is a plain country style. The excellent fillet steaks are proof of the high quality meat they are known for, having bred their own cattle for several years.