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  • Congo

    One of the most popular Palermo bars, Congo is invariably packed with a smartly dressed crowd of locals and tourists at the weekends. During the hot summer months, the large garden is a great place to drink under the stars. The cocktail list is extensive, and while drinks are expensive, you definitely get your money’s worth, they’re eye-wateringly strong. Soulful house music provides a funky background to the main business of the night, which is chatting up members of the opposite sex. The spot-lit summer garden does rank among the city’s best outdoor drinking spaces. Expect to queue after midnight.

  • La Cigale

    La Cigale is a reassuringly down-to-earth antidote to the new breed of design bars cropping up all over the city. With simple fairy lights decorating its black walls and a notable lack of pretension, it has become something of a Buenos Aires institution. Alongside hosting local DJs and live bands, it’s best known for its mid-week parties, when you’ll find it packed with an over-sexed crowd of locals, expats and travellers. Be prepared to queue for the renowned French night on Tuesday.

  • Ocho7Ocho

    Away from the main drag of the ever-sprawling Palermo district and on the edge of up-and-coming Villa Crespo, this former speakeasy has recently gone above board. By night, burly doormen give the only indication of what lies behind the heavy wooden door, and yet even an out-of-towner can’t fail to find it (Ocho7Ocho – ie 878 – is its street number). Inside, exposed bricks form part of a stylishly “unfinished” décor that is typical of many of the city’s recent renovation projects. The main attraction, however, is the dazzling back-lit bar, offering an already legendary collection of whiskys.

  • Crobar

    After establishing a name in America, Crobar now comes to Buenos Aires with the same style and spunk. A great place for late-night dancing and drinking, Crobar also makes an interesting socializing spot. Featuring a state-of-the-art sound system, enjoy the sounds of house and electronica and a host of other genres played here. Crobar has an impressive list of artists of international fame who make the guests dance to their tunes. Exuding a lively vibe at all times, Crobar promises to pep up your nights.

  • El Living

    El Living is a rare find in Buenos Aires: it’s a chill lounge and video disco in one, where you feel completely comfortable either reclining on one of the plush sofas with a caipirovska or bopping to 80’s dance classics until dawn. The two rooms, the “Living Room” and the “Green Room,” each have their own bars and DJs, who spin tracks to fit the evening’s theme, which can vary anywhere from “Electric Proms” to “Dark Side of Pop con Placebo.” El Living is one of the many clubs in Buenos Aires that offers a set-menu dinner before the dancing begins, so go early for dinner and avoid paying the cover fee.

  • Shamrock

    Every night, this bustling Irish-owned joint opens its doors to those who enjoy loud music and pub-style beverages like beer, spirits, or cocktails. Under the red, blue, and ultra violet lights, people stand about or lounge in rectangular armchairs. It often has a loose, festive, happy hour-like atmosphere. Tourists and regulars alike frequent the place although it is a traditional neighborhood bar. The decoration is a mix in between classical and avant-garde. Weekend nights the party moves downstairs to the Basement Club, The Shamrock’s in-house techno club.

  • Van Koning

    A Dutch bar in Las Canitas, Van Koning has a large selection of imported and locally-made micro-brews, and pizzas, tapas and cheeses from around the world. A DJ plays funk, house and jazz two or three nights a week. Van Koning is a great place to mingle with the locals and tourists from around the world. Make sure to check out their special drink, the Koning Passion (rum, orange juice and Passoa).

  • Move

    Popular style bar in the vibrant Paseo de La Infanta where every second door is a restaurant, club or bar. Move shifts from hip daytime lunch spot with great lake views to vibrant late-night party place for local movers and shakers. The lights dim down, the dance music is turned up to 11 and the colourful tables reflect the charm and charisma of the laid-back Latino clientele. Cocktails from the margarita to the Mai Thai should keep even novice Movers happy.

  • Jackie O

    Well-located and lively, this popular Buenos Aires bar is packed out pretty much every night of the week. If you enjoy being surrounded by the hum and buzz of people having a good time then this is the place to visit. Inside it’s on the large side, spread over three levels, with wood-paneled décor that is rather classically English in style, not quite gelling with the noisy, exuberant vibe, but appealing just the same. The covered rooftop patio is a nice place to while away the evening with a drink. They also serve a simple selection of Argentine and American dishes, but really it’s the vibrant atmosphere that ensures this place’s continued popularity.

  • Le Bar

    Owned by the guys behind popular Scandinavian joint Olsen, Le Bar has an eclectic vibe. Located in Microcentro, bartender Leo Speroni has composed a suitably cool drinks menu (the Passionaria, a mixture of cachaça with passion fruit and angostura is a particular joy). The decor is chic and the stunning roof terrace is peppered with inviting beanbag chairs. Later in the night DJs start spinning electro rock.

  • Macondo Bar

    Macondo Bar is one of the stars of Plaza Serrano, with sidewalk seating and lots of levels overlooking the action. Inside, the restaurant twists around several staircases and low ceilings. It’s a loud and busy place for sure, but the setup adds a certain sense of intimacy when sharing conversation with friends over drinks and a meal. DJs blast music of all kinds through the bar, from folkloric to techno to electronica. Technically there’s no live music, but sometimes people come around and play on the street in front of the bar.

  • Bar Isabel

    Isabel is Juan Santa Cruz’ new creation in Buenos Aires, five star hotel service meets rock and roll. The Isabel music style mixes the best of the last fifty years with the last tracks of the global scene, with studio quality sound. A unique space that in just a few months has become a landmark when the sun sets in Buenos Aires. Chosen by Condé Nast Traveler, Vogue and Wallpaper for its concept, design, and clientele. The main room functions as a large living room. It has a classic distribution in symmetry with the art decó signeé piopo root sofas upholstered in green velvet, mahogany and ebony tables with bold chromed studs and walls covered in blue velvet panels held by macassar ebony poles. The flooring was made in the best Argentine lapacho. The roof, a sure ISABEL impact inspired by that of the Whitney Museum of American Art, in New York, acts as a mood setter as it changes its lights to the sound of the music, combining Marcel Breuer’s original design with cutting edge technology. The ISABEL seven metre long bar, entirely covered in mirrors and brass features a 15 cm. thick acrylic lit shelf, showcasing the best liquors of the world and the most interesting Argentine wines. The toilets walls and doors are entirely pannelled in mirror generating an illusion of endless multiplicity. The roof and flooring is identical, made of Italian and African marbles featuring art decó lighting. The taps bear the ISABEL star in martelé gold over nickel plated spheres of the size of a fist. The yard is done in white stone covered by jasmin and ivy, with a great fire under a tree.

  • Carnal

    Great roof top patio with ample lounging around space. It can get pretty packed up there on weekends. Different feel downstairs than up and there is always space downstairs. The service can be slow when it gets busy so sometimes you are better off going to the bar. 2×1 happy hour til 10p.m. every day.

  • Ferona

    Bar, Menu , DJ, Good for Groups , Hot Saturday Nights Metrosexual Bustling/Boisterous. Part of the new holy trinity of semi-exclusive expat haunts, despite the fact it’s run by porteños. Door-ajar social club serves food, attracts the recently relocated with its members-only feel and foxy French DJ. Perfect spot to schmooze with British aristocrats, computer programmers/Burning Man aficionados, and Rutgers alumni. Proudly snatching the afterhours torch from recently-shuttered Miloca, powdery toilet seat lids and all.

  • Frank’s Bar

    Prohibition-era speakeasy with delicious cocktails and plush ambiance. Located on the edge of Palermo Hollywood, you wouldn’t know it was a bar-unless you knew it was Frank’s. A “Joe Mafia” guards an inconspicuous facade and only the secret password scores you entrance. Once inside, you’ve entered a world reminiscent of the American prohibition era, where l´bonne vie reigns and the alcohol flows freely. Burlesque dancers, home-made liquors and bow-tied bartenders round out the list of reasons why Frank’s Bar is the place to be in Buenos Aires.

  • Indie Bar

    Friendly and fun Staff. And without any doubt the specialities at Indie bar are the cocktails. You can also enjoy a variety of beers and good selection of wines. You can get anything from mini pizzas to large ones, cold cuts and fine bruschettas selections. Making it one of the not so many bars in Buenos Aires where you can find great cocktails, good food and music. Indie Bar it’s located at the old quarter of Buenos Aires.

  • Makena Cantina Club

    This bar is set up for live music. With the stage elevated to the level of the second floor lounge the guests have plenty of room downstairs to groove and dance. If you’re not the dancing type then find a couch upstairs, relax, grab a bottle of wine and watch the reggae, funk or rock band hammer out some tunes. The downfall of Makena is that it can get pretty smoky, so if you have little tolerance for smoke then it’s probably not the place for you.

  • Sugar Bar

    Open every day! Great food and drink specials! 3 huge HD screens and more than enough room making Sugar the best place to watch sports in Buenos Aires! Conveniently located off of Plaza Armenia in the beautiful Palermo Soho! Great music and great people make for an even greater party! SUGAR is the no.1 expat bar in Buenos Aires.The best international food around. Try our burgers, nachos, chicken pita, salads, Spicy wings, English Breakfast, and other delicious meals. Open every day, 3 GIANT Screens w/ SPORTS in HD every day! HAPPY HOUR – 7pm to 12am – $12 peso pints of beer, wine, and well drinks Soccer, Rugby, American football, Basketball, UFC, and more sports. MON (every second week) – Beer Pong night TUE – SUGAR & HYPE WED – SOUL, FUNK & HIP HOP NIGHT THUR – LADIES’ NIGHT FRIDAY & SATURDAY – THE BEST PARTY IN TOWN SUN – Sports on the big screens HAPPY HOUR – EVERY NIGHT 7pm to 12am – $14 peso pints of beer, wine, and wells drinks TUESDAY – SUGAR & HYPE WEDNESDAY – FUNK, SOUL & HIP HOP THURSDAY – LADIES’ NIGHT FRIDAY & SATURDAY – THE BEST PARTY IN TOWN SUNDAY – 3 GIANT Screens w/ SPORTS in HD

  • Magdalena’s Party

    Finally something fresh in Palermo SOHO. Magdalena’s Party offers daily 2 x 1 Happy Hour specials til midnight, live DJs and premium cocktails in a great atmosphere. Join us for a beer on our patio or one of our signature drinks; all with great music til 4 AM – even during the week. Magdalena’s Party also serves up Souther California style food, which brings classic American dishes and flavors from Mexico to Buenos Aires. Magdalena’s Party offers lunch from 12pm to 5pm daily and dinner from 7pm to 1am. Magdalena’s also has the best brunch in town with signature dishes such as their Cali Coast Omelette and Bacon, Egg and Cheese Sandwich. Both can be enjoyed with a delicious Bloody Mary.