Many would argue Il Ballo dishes out the best Italian meals in the city, but what really draws the crowds to this local hot spot is its edgy, pre-party atmosphere and handmade pastas, like fusilli.
Gorriti 5737, Palermo Hollywood, Buenos Aires
Join the young, hipster porteños, who have already discovered this stylish vermouth and tapas bar. Try mouthwatering small plates like creamy burrata, potato-packed tortillas and tangy boquerones.
Aguirre 526, Villa Crespo
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Set in a glass-enclosed space, Secreto invites diners to indulge in a traditional asado, or barbecue. Enjoy juicy steaks, suckling pig, roasted potatoes and the seared goat’s cheese appetizer.
Posadas 1086/88, Recoleta
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This Southeast Asian-inspired enclave is known as much for its uber-affordable prix-fixe lunch menu as for its tasty dinner specials. Try the tenderloin stir-fried with greens or vegetarian noodles.
Guatemala 5602, Palermo Hollywood, Buenos Aires
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