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Almacén Secreto

Owner María Morales Miy—leading light in Buenos Aires' puertas cerradas (closed door) restaurant movement, in which chefs cook in their own...more

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Cabaña Las Lilas, Buenos Aires

The glamorous subjects of the headshots lining the walls of Cabaña Las Lilas aren't movie stars or Rat Packers—they're cows. To be precise, they're...more

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Café Tortoni, Buenos Aires

If there's a spiritual, intellectual, and historical epicenter to Buenos Aires, this is it. The Belle Époque Café Tortoni, on the bustling Avenida de...more

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Chez Manú, Ushuaia

The coastal waters off Tierra del Fuego provide Ushuaia's restaurants with a rich assortment of marine creatures ranging from oysters and mussels to lobster and...more

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Chila, Buenos Aires

Widely praised for its well-presented nouvelle Argentine cuisine when it opened in 2006, Chila remains an elegant (if slightly stiff) favorite of business...more

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Dominga, Buenos Aires

This soothing retreat in Palermo—all bamboo, wood, and tinkling water—is half sushi bar and half eclectic bistro. It's also full-on hip, and one of...more

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El Almacén de Ramos Generales, Ushuaia

This coffeehouse, bakery, and wine bar beside Ushuaia's port is housed in a recently renovated general store dating back to 1906. Crammed with...more

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El Baqueano

Bored by local diners' obsession with beef and intrigued by the idea of applying haute-cuisine technique to Argentina's lesser-known native critters, chef...more

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El Cuartito, Buenos Aires

Like Naples, New York, and Chicago, Buenos Aires is a town that loves pizza. The Porteño pie falls somewhere between New York's and Chicago's on the...more

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El Obrero, Buenos Aires

La Boca is the old port of Buenos Aires, a relatively seedy maritime barrio boasting plentiful graffiti, the stadium of the Boca Juniors soccer team, and the...more

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