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Los Chanchitos


Villa Crespo

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If you’re looking for something to eat after visiting the Museo Histórico Nacional (and you haven’t yet hit your cow consumption limit), stop by Los Chanchitos for more excellent grilled meat. The dining room is pretty laid-back and cozy, and you’ll see large groups catching up over mozzarella sticks and a truly massive Neapolitan matambre, a popular Argentine brisket steak covered with tomatoes, and fries. End your meal with some tiramisu, and walk towards Musicleta Cultural Club on Aguirre Street to check out the bars and clubs in Villa Crespo.

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