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First specialty coffee in Buenos Aires, it is small inside, but the coffee and the "alfajores de maicena" are really nice.
If you are a coffee lover, you must visit Lattente, it's a small Coffee at Palermo Soho. Their coffee are colombian. I've been there twice. First time I tried double expresso and brownie, and second time cappuccino. Both were excellent. The expresso was as strong as it must be, and cappuccino was…
All of the flavours a palate could ever ask for. There is a chalkboard on the wall where guest leave love notes for the café; we are not alone in our admiration.
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“Jogging Route Stretching across the city from Recoleta to Palermo, Av. del Libertador offers some of the best options for running in Buenos Aires. You can choose to run straight along the road or break off at any or all of the plazas scattered along the way to run laps, do some stretching, or take a break on an oversized park bench. A steady stream of joggers and cyclists usually means the female runner can gain some light relief from the catcalls and leering of over friendly locals and the grassy areas on the northern side of the avenue are popular, workout-friendly spots.”
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“Pizza in Palermo. Gourmet thin-crust pies at this stylish pizzeria near Plaza Armenia in Palermo Soho. ”
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“Over a decade ago, Las Pizarras (which means “the chalkboards” in Spanish) was one of the first restaurants to go beyond parrilla fare to show local diners there can be more to a meal than a slab of steak. A pioneer in the farm-to-table movement, this cozy Palermo bistro changes its menu depending on what seasonal ingredients chef Rodrigo Castilla finds at the central market. Appropriately, chalkboards fill the space to highlight the daily specials.”
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