4 gastronomic walks in Buenos Aires

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4 gastronomic walks in Buenos Aires

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Beyond tourism, many take advantage of weekdays to have an after office on this gastronomic tour.

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Soho Market, Palermo

The gastronomic walk is located in the heart of Palermo. Offers 9 international food proposals and two bars.

It’s found open on Sundays from 12:30 to 11:00 p.m., closed on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 12:30 to 00:00, Thursdays and Fridays from 12:30 to 02:00 and Saturdays from 12:30 to 00:00.

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The Soho Market has a wide variety of national and international gastronomic proposals.  Photo: Kitchen and Wine

The Soho Market has a wide variety of national and international gastronomic proposals.

Photo: Kitchen and Wine

It has cafeterias, stands with varied gastronomic offer such as: pasta, snacks, hamburgers, a “choripanería al paso” and two bars. It is characterized by simple dishes to eat on the go.

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It is worth mentioning that it is open every day, except Mondays.  Photo: Cronista.com

It is worth mentioning that it is open every day, except Mondays.

Photo: Cronista.com

Market, Villa Crespo

This market, located in the neighborhood of Villa Crespo, has a modern minimalist aesthetic that defines it, ideal for tourism. Is located eight blocks from Plaza Serranoon the border with Palermo.

is open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Sundays from 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., while on Fridays and Saturdays it opens from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. On Mondays it is closed.

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It is a three-story market, ideal for strolling on rainy days.  Photo: Cronista.com

It is a three-story market, ideal for strolling on rainy days.

Photo: Cronista.com

Is a three story building with different sectors to walk and explore it. In addition, of course, enjoy the cuisine offered: organic, gourmet and vegetarian products. It has 27 locations gastronomic.

For those who love cooking, there are live cooking classes. In addition, there are all kinds of foods to attract tourism: Chinese, Mexican, Jewish food. There’s also a choperie and a winery.

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The Mercat combines the perfect blend of modern and minimalist aesthetics.  Photo: Intriper

The Mercat combines the perfect blend of modern and minimalist aesthetics.

Photo: Intriper

Courtyard of the milkmen, Caballito

Located in the heart of Caballito. It has grills, station of cold meats, cevichería, coffee shops, ice cream stalls, desserts and “drinkerías”, to taste different drinks.

It’s found open on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 09:00 to 00:00. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, from 09:00 to 01:00.

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It is a gastronomic and shopping walk ideal for tourism.  Photo: Courtyard of the Milkmen

It is a gastronomic and shopping walk ideal for tourism.

Photo: Courtyard of the Milkmen

The Patio de los Lecheros became a very popular ride for tourism in Buenos Aires. It has commercial premises and is characterized by being surrounded by green, flowers and nature. Besides colorful umbrellas that decorate the roofssimilar to the Solar de French gallery in San Telmo or Plaza Canning in Ezeiza.

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Inside the Patio there is a nursery where you can buy plants and flowers.  Photo: Courtyard of Los Lecheros

Inside the Patio there is a nursery where you can buy plants and flowers.

Photo: Courtyard of Los Lecheros

Incredible discounts and promotions for tourism in Buenos Aires

Is Friday and Saturday (May 20 and 21) hay discounts on the four gastronomic walks mentioned above. In addition, they offer live musical shows and tastings.

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Although they will not be the only ones in Buenos Aires, there are also promotions in:

  • Belgrano Market
  • San Nicolas Market
  • Bonpland Solidarity Economy Market
  • Smart Plaza Patio Patricios Park
  • North Coastal Courtyard
  • Rodrigo Bueno Courtyard
  • San Telmo Market

You can find the complete list of discounts and promotions in each place, by clicking here.

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