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Don Ignacio



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Don Ignacio is all about two things: crispy chicken milanesa and rock music. Stop by for lunch after walking by the local shops on Rivadavia Avenue and order some breaded cutlets that are bigger than a snare drum and cost around $5. The menu has over 30 different milanesas, but we like the Don Ignacio with ham, onion, mozzarella, and fried eggs best. They’re usually playing The Rolling Stones and Chuck Berry and it sort of feels like you’re in a mini rock and roll hall of fame—there are photographs of Elvis on the wall, Gibson guitar trinkets everywhere, and old posters and framed album sleeves.

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