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Maure 3126, Colegiales
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Catalino is in Colegiales, the current hub for all the restaurants where the chefs use tweezers. Order things like wild pig empanadas baked in a stone oven, deer cooked on the coals, and their famous buñuelos, which are fried dough fritters with greens. They also use the best seasonal vegetables and fruits from local farmers. The patio is filled with plants and the smell of firewood, and is also home to a pet hen named Catalina who you’ll likely see wandering around.   

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