Music too loud, and it was pretty caotic! but drinks there are very good! So , if you can bear to hear some Dolly Parton song... go for it!
After dinner with some excellent wine we wanted to go for a drink. The waiter at our restaurant told us about this place. I liked the look of the place and it seemed to have a nice, maybe some what young, crowd on a friday night. We took a seat at the bar and wanted to order some wine. The... More
Had an enjoyable reasonabbly priced lunch. 300 pesos for four. The Thai salad was tasty as was baked Brie. There is an outside courtyard off the street that is quiet.service was pleasant and efficient. Would definetly return.
I have lived in Buenos Aires for seven years and during that time I have never been treated as rudely by a server as I was tonight having dinner at the Rio Cafe. I speak passable spanish and, to start off with, he brought me an english menu. I started to joke that I spoke spanish and before I uttered... More
The staff were great, the food was good and diverse - we had a really good Thai salad and Argentine mains. There is not a huge menu, but it is well put together. I liked the quiet atmosphere, a DJ started setting up at 10pm just before we left, so I don't think it was going to stay quiet for... More
We just stop by to have a coffee, don't be intimated to go in when you get to the door, they have an unusual coffee look and people just think its a club, go in and get a seat, they have a nice place to relax and also an amazing patio in the back, coffee was great and the desserts... More
For week days I would recomend to get there early for drinks and dinner, in the weekend , late dinner and dancing! Good dj!
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