In the mid-1850s, Buenos Aires was a modest settlement of 90,000 residents. A trickle of European newcomers drawn by open immigration and unlimited land soon...more
Owned by musician Fabián von Quintiero, SuperSoul (like Soul Café, its parent establishment next door) has a determinedly rock 'n' roll feel. The...more
Well-heeled locals drawn to the laid-back vibe and melodic electronic sounds at Sabbia Liquor Bar's lounges in glam Punta del Este and party beach resort...more
One of a smattering of B.A. hot spots known by number and not by name (Ocho7Ocho refers to the bar's street address), this diffusely lit, sofa-strewn speakeasy...more
The highlight of this Palermo Hollywood hot spot is the jam-packed Thursday dance party known as Club 69. It's been B.A.'s essential night out since 1998, now...more
Housed in a three-story mansion built in 1903 by the wealthy Allemand family, Milión encompasses three high-ceilinged dining rooms, two exterior terraces,...more
Mansion Dandi Royal, the luxurious "Residential Tango Academy" housed in a 1903 San Telmo mansion, opens its Salon Dandi ballroom to the city's tangueros every...more
In operation for 80-odd years, Luna Park—with its landmark neon signage—has seen its share of history, from the 1935 funeral of tango legend Carlos...more
Lying far outside the complex rules and social restrictions of tango, Argentina's folk music, or música folclórica, reemerged to a new popularity...more
This all-purpose bar, café, and late-night discotheque offers a sophisticated take on the familiar cram-them-in-until-somebody-faints ethos of most B.A....more
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