Derek881 (50) St. Petersburg, Florida | April 26, 2012
66 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 7/15 FOOD 9/10 VALUE 7/10 OVERALL 14/20
I went to this bar several times while living in Buenos Aires to watch sports (NFL & MLB) and to eat their hot wings. The bar has a nice setting in an old house with a lot of mirrors and wooden chairs in a smaller seating area with a bar. The food was pretty good, but the beer selection was not very extensive, and the prices were high for Buenos Aires. A nice expat environment for homesick nights.
giarcsr (16) San Diego, California | January 7, 2011
76 AMBIANCE 5/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 11/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 9/10 OVERALL 14/20
This is one of the cooler bars Iíve been in. They took an old Victorian house and made it into an awesome bar. Super high ceilings, mirrors and a big picture window in front which make it seem bigger then it is. The smallness is part of the charm though. Didnít get a chance to go upstairs but would imagine its as interesting as the first floor. Beer selection was ok. It was basically all the major macros available and a few other things as well. Prices were really cheap and the staff attentive. Also everyone in here was speaking perfect English which was interesting. Cool bar to hang out at.
cheerbeer (1) metuchen, New Jersey | July 29, 2008| Updated October 27, 2008
92 AMBIANCE 5/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 15/15 FOOD 8/10 VALUE N/A OVERALL 18/20
This new bar carries the top premium import beers and serves Heineken on tap. Beer is very popular in Argentina both with the men and women. Unfortunately it is not a sophisticated drinking country in that the it is more about quantity than quality.
This new bar carries the premium imports ( both brewed abroad and those licensed to be brewed here ).
Heineken, Stella Artois, Corona, Bass Ale, Staropramen, Wartseiner, Leffe, Budweiser, Guinness, Negra Modelo, Carlsberg, Erdinger, Grolsch, Lowenbrau.Samuel Smith line, Radeberger, La fin Du Monde, Tuborg, Sapporo, La Trappe Micro brews - Otromundo, Indie Ale, Antares and Patagonia and Domestic Quilmes as well as seasonal brews. The micro brews imo here in Argentina are below par. FYI - This place has without a doubt the largest spirits selection in the city.
The prices start at 8 pesos for a Quilmes up to 18 pesos for a Bass Ale, so something for everyones budget with Heineken on tap ( The tap beer of choice in Buenos Aires ). Great music, daily speicals, theme & live music nights, upscale and stylish bar situated in a classic petit style house common to bís aís and imo a true traditional style bar set-up for service.
For the sports fan they have large flat screen tvs and show all the major sporting events. Food is minimal at this time until they open the 2nd floor, but good eats served late nonetheless. Illy Italian espresso and desserts also served.
Pound for pound the best bar in the city for style and substance and getting better each week.