A guide to local favorites in Almagro
- By Abel Escudero Zadrayec
- Photos by Erica Canepa
This artistic, bohemian area, near the Medrano (Line B) and Castro Barros (Line A) metro stations, barely registers the bustle of its noisy neighbor, Palermo. In Almagro, you’ll see why Buenos Aires is considered the capital of indie theater in Latin America. Enjoy live music, a range of cuisines and a place to tango, if you dare.
Meet Abel Escudero Zadrayec
After spending seven years in Buenos Aires in the '90s and early 2000s, Abel moved back in 2016. He’s proudly “bahiense” — that is, from Bahía Blanca, the home of former NBA star Manu Ginobili and Nobel Prize winner César Milstein. Abel loves fútbol, asado, IPAs and traveling.
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