It has more than 4 stars on Google and the most reviews highlight the setting. Many assure that she made them feel for a few hours as if they were in New York.
OH NO! LULU
located too in Palermo, stands out for its Hawaiian-themed setting. It is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 8:00 p.m. Every day until 02:00 in the morning, except on Sundays when it opens until 00:00.
It represents the tiki culture in the United States, inspired by the culture of the Polynesian islands. With an atmosphere, music and exotic cocktails.
The theme immediately transports visitors to Hawaii. Besides the Hawaiian menu combined with Asian and international meals for tourism.
Shrimp and fish croquettes for $986, Hawaiian wings (chicken, glazed in brown sugar with lime, sesame and cilantro) $1,591, traditional Hawaiian dish to share between two people (chicken wings, pork rolls, sweet potato and rice noodles, breast, croquettes and more) $4,796. As well as desserts and different cocktails, with names like “zombie”, “tik tonic”, “tikigroni” and more.
BAR THE FLASH
It’s located in Palermo. Open every day from 6:00 p.m. until 00.00 hours. Except on Fridays and Saturdays, which are open until 02:00.
It’s a drink place with arcades from the 80’s and 90’s. It offers fichines, video games, cocktails and a gastronomic proposal to hang out with friends, alone, as a couple or as you prefer.
It is a relaxed place, which has different old video game machines. With classics like Mortal Kombat, Wonder Boy Metal Slug, Terminator, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Street Fighter, and more.
In addition to a comic book sector. In addition, while visitors receive their orders, they can take advantage of reliving the famous games like Pac Man or Tetris.
The plates are traditional, from hamburgers that range from $1,000 to $1,500 (there are vegan options). There is also falafel, tempura, hummus, fries, desserts like apple crumble and flan for $600. To drink there are different classic drinks, beer, soft drinks and water. The drinks range from $500 to $2,500 the most expensive.
You can book on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday. On Fridays and Saturdays it is accessed on a first-come, first-served basis.
It’s found in Palermo, Buenos aires city. Open Tuesday to Thursday and Sunday from 6:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m., and Friday and Saturday from 6:00 p.m. to 3:00 a.m.
this bar It has an airport theme and has a plane on the terrace. It is very used by tourism, it makes its visitors feel as if they were on a flight about to take off.
the menu is varied with vegetarian dishes like avocado toast, eggs and marinated tomatoes for $900, burrata with pesto and marinated olives for $2,000. Pumpkin ravioli for $2,000 and special mushroom risotto for $3,000. Also sushi and sea dishes, such as prawns, salmon and fish.
In addition to various drinks named after different cities and their airports, ideal for tourism. For example, Buenos Aires (gin mate, citric solution, grapefruit, ginger soda), New York (vodka, lime and raspberry juice), Paris (Aperol, nectar, lime juice, orange and cognac), Cancun (tequila , grapefruit soda), Hong Kong (gin, lime juice, soda top), and more options. Drinks range between $900 and $1,300.
THE HOLE – PENITENTIARY BAR
Located in Palermoin the heart of the City of Buenos Aires. It’s found open from Tuesday to Saturday from 8:00 p.m. until 04.00 hours.
It’s a themed bar of the famous prison of Alcatraz, in the United States. Its setting recreates the old prison with tables around cells distributed on two floors.
Outside, a vintage Cadillac is parked, with ads on the wall offering a reward for capturing Al Capone. when they enter visitors can have their photo taken holding a placard with the prisoner’s number.
It has a drinks and appetizers menu named after famous prisoners. You must book in advance as it is one of the busiest for tourism in Buenos Aires.
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