N°1 Pulpería Quilapán
It took Pulpería Quilapán over four years to open to the public, but now, its charming 19th-century mansion (in one of BA’s oldest neighborhoods) triples as a restaurant, general store, and social club. The space first had to be gutted and totally refurbished before its French owners could begin decorating with one-of-a-kind antiques and historical memorabilia. The two patios are prime for warm-weather drinking and an impromptu foosball game. The actual food can be hit or miss (ask for the daily special promos) and servers can have a bit of a ‘tude, but the oasis remains an absolute treasure chest to soak in the cultural history of Buenos Aires. Plus, its social calendar is filled with fun activities.
San Telmo, Buenos Aires F.D. 1143, Argentina