A guide to local favorites in Barracas and San Telmo
- By Abel Escudero Zadrayec
- Photos by Erica Canepa
One Parisian-looking block of Avenida Caseros, a long street on the border of the Barracas and San Telmo neighborhoods, is a little gastronomic hub just five minutes from the drone of tourists. There are nine options within 300 feet. Try the Italian dishes at Nápoles, traditional bodegón food (like an extensive tavern menu) at La Popular, craft beer at On Tap and ice cream at El Fundador. Their surroundings offer even more activities.
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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Barracas & San Telmo