Pintó bodegón began, the initiative to eat with discounts of up to 30% in the City

The gastronomic movement organized by the Ministry of Economic Development and Production of the City began this Tuesday, April 19, and will end on Friday, April 22. Within four days you will be able to access the benefits within the more than 50 adhered still lifes.

The organization of the quadruple day of discounts has the collaboration of the Association of Hotels, Restaurants, Sweet Shops and Cafes (AHRCC) and the General Directorate of Heritage, Museums and the Historic District.

In addition to the promotions, you can also participate in different additional benefits in the networks of BA Capital Gastronómica, where there will be raffles for vouchers to eat in the still lifes and books by Pietro Sorba whose theme will be precisely the still lifes. In addition, information about the event can be consulted in the BOTI, the City’s WhatsApp chat: 11-5050-0147.

The City government prepared a map specially designed so that diners can find out the location of the 50 bodegones that will offer discounts. In addition, Ámbito offers a list of some of the still lifes that will participate in the eventwhich will have special dishes and offers for the occasion.

The outstanding restaurants of “Pintó Bodegón”

Miramar

The iconic still life in the San Cristóbal neighborhood is one of the most traditional in Buenos Aires. It was founded in 1950 as a deli and beverage outlet, later becoming what it is today: a restaurant distinguished by unique dishes such as snails or oxtail.

For “Pintó bodegón” they offer a special menu that includes Swiss chard fritters, oxtail or Spanish-style lentils with a glass of house wine or water or soda. For dessert: mixed flan or coffee. The price per person is $1,500.

Location: Av. San Juan 1999.

Phone: 4304-4261.

the big gnat

It is a free grill to the embers located in the neighborhood of Almagro. As a result of the event, they make a 10% discount on the final price but you have to take into account that you can only go with a prior reservation.

Location: Lt. General Juan Domingo Perón 4499.

Tel: 4865-0033

Charlie’s thing

Located in the neighborhood of Villa Urquiza, it is one of the most recognized grills in the city. In addition to offering the possibility of eating the typical choripán at the bar, it also has the possibility of enjoying a good time with the family. Its attention is 24 hours and during the event it will offer a 30% discount.

Location: Av. Álvarez Thomas 2101

Phone: 45530882

8 corners

This bodegón is located in the Colegiales neighborhood and for this opportunity it offers two abundant menus to try its tricolor noquis with 8 corners sauce or its stewed veal, one of the dishes chosen by Pietro Sorba for his book. Prices range between $1,599 and $1,999 and include empanadas or fritters for starters, flan or coffee for dessert, and a glass of Nieto Senetiner Malbec.

Location: Av. Forest 1186

Tel: 4554 5129

The hippo

This bodegón located in the historic neighborhood of San Telmo is also a good option to enjoy a hearty dish. For the event they will offer a special menu of homemade vegetable ravioli with bolognese, drink (glass of wine, soda or water) and dessert, at a value of $1,150 per person.

Location: Av. Brasil 401

Phone: 1134563956

The Impartial

It is the oldest restaurant in the City, currently located in the Monserrat neighborhood. The gastronomic option includes cold meats and cold dishes, shellfish and molluscs, as well as other proposals.

For Pintó Bodegón, the special menu includes an appetizer that can be a potato omelette, cooked ham with pineapple or caesar salad; a main course to choose between breaded veal or supreme with garnish, ravioli vegetables with mixed sauce, Valencian rice either hake fillet Roman style with puree, and a dessert (fruit salad, custard, ice cream or homemade flan). To drink: soda or mineral water. $2,100 per person.

Location: Hipólito Yrigoyen 1201

Phone 114383-2919..