The variety of cuisine on offer is the biggest draw, with popular restaurants including the Middle Eastern themed Sarkis, a favorite among locals; Almacén Purista, one of Buenos Aires oldest and most celebrated vegetarian restaurants; and Scannapieco, specializing in delicious homemade Italian gelato. Other dining options include Italian, Argentine, Jewish, African and Chinese cuisine, and the area also boasts two of the city’s most exclusive nightclubs, Ocho7Ocho and Club Silencio, both hidden behind unsigned doors.
Villa Crespo is also a popular area for shopping with a number of brand stores opening up around Aguirre and Gurruchaga streets and some of the city’s best leather stores lining Murillo street.
Tours & Tickets
Take snaps with your phone and take home tips and see a different side of Buenos Aires on this 4-hour, small-group tour led by a photography professional. ... Read more
Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Duration: 4 hours (approx.)