Many museums and quality art spaces. Suggestions for lunch: Agarrate Catalina (Caboto 532), El Obrero, an institution for meat (Agustín R. Caffarena 64), the restaurant of the Proa museum, with a breathtaking view (Avenida Don Pedro de Mendoza 1929) and the Matterello, a family-run Italian restaurant (Martín Rodríguez 517).
Located south of Palermo, it has long been neglected by Porteños. Many art galleries and trendy boutiques, Villa Crespo is an artistic center. Area preserved in time, with magnificent period houses, pleasant to wander around. Fashion designer Jessica Trosman’s restaurant, Yeite, is a pleasant and healthy stop for lunch. (Humboldt 293, closed at night).
GETTING OUT OF THE CITY
Puerto de Olivos
A peaceful setting facing the river, to get away from the frenzy of the center, come for lunch, have a drink, go for a walk or a boat ride. Juan Diaz de Solis 80. 15 minutes from Buenos Aires’ city center
On Sebastian Elcano Street, in the middle of the wilderness, is a superb antique dealer with a pleasant little café and spaces dedicated to kite surfing. In the center, a magnificent cathedral and restaurants with nice terraces, with a young and relaxed atmosphere. The peaceful atmosphere that reigns in the city, makes you feel like you are in the province.