photo credit: Martín Chavesta
Güerrín should be one of your first meals in Buenos Aires—they’ve been making the best pizza in town since 1932 on the centrally-located Corrientes Avenue. You won’t find a thicker and fluffier dough fully covered with cheese anywhere else. To prove it, order an Especial Güerrín' with mozzarella, ham, and green olives. Avoid the crowds and go for a very early dinner (or Argentine lunch) around 6pm, but even if you have to wait, the line moves quickly and the food comes out fast. Don’t worry about trying everything on your first visit—you’ll most likely end up here more than once.
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