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Good Eats Near the Regente Hotel

Check out these LOCAL PICKS near the Regente Hotel for a meal, a light snack or just a friendly cup of coffee...

Pasaje de los Carruajes ( between Tcuman and Toscanini).
Open: everyday for lunch and during the afternoon
Shhh! The fact that the Colon Theater has a coffee shop inside is almost a state secret among music lovers.  Just opposite the ticket office, the shop is a place of understated elegance at one of the most astonishing opera theatres in Latin  America. If you are thinking of grabbing an early light dinner while listening to exquisite music, this is the place to go !

Carlos Pellegrini 521
+54 11 4326 6695     
Open: noon-3pm, 7.30pm-1am Mon-Fri; 8pm-midnight

Tomo Uno is highly rated among Argentina's top chefs, primarily because of the flavour-filled rabbit, pheasant, duck and lamb dishes. The Patagonian lamb, in particular, is as fresh as you will find in Buenos Aires. The message from the kitchen is that the food represents 'sophisticated experimentation, without the unnecessary fashionable and exotic extras with which so many restaurants spice up their menus'. Come here for the food and forget about the price tag! 

Libertad 1264 – Recoleta
4519-8055 / 4519-8049
Picture this ..a magnificent garden, a table shaded by an enormous tree and absolutely delicious food for less than a 100 pesos (about $25 USD). The lunch menu includes some chef's original spreads and wonderful breads, beverage of choice (1 glass of wine or still or sparkling water), appetizer, main course, dessert and coffee. Diner  is a little bit more expensive but excellent as well.

Esmeralda 776 - Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Tel: (5411) 4322-7652 / 7754 / 9848

At Broccolino you will dine in a warm familiar yet contemporary Italian atmosphere. You will receive the utmost professional service along with the freshest and finest prepared cuisine Antonio Trio has to offer.

Talcahuano 937, Recoleta, C.A.B.A.
Tel: 4816-1758/4331
M through S from 12:00 until very very late

If you say pizza, Argentineans automatically think of El Cuartito. This traditional pizza joint is always crowded, so try to get there early. Pizza and empanadas are great, especially the fugazza.

The service is friendly and helpful and the pizza is delicious. Not a touristic place at all, you will feel like an Argentinean.