Buenos Aires Best Coffee shops.

Birkin : It takes its name in honor of Jane Birkin , and has a retro decor with squared black and white floors, which gives it a New York look . This, added to the fact that Colombian coffee is prepared with excellence, has made it one of the most fashionable places in the city.
The menu consists of sandwiches and delicious cakes. For dessert, I suggest the spongy Chocotorta , stuffed with a lot of dulce de leche, how could it be otherwise. 3061 Republica Arabe Siria.

Café Cortazar : This cafe / bar installed in San Telmo in a building of 1889, in honor of the famous Argentine writer ; It is an indispensable destination for literature fans. In addition to the delicious food, it is a place where art exhibitions, literature talks, live music, etc. are held. Cabrera 3797

Salvaje Bakery : A very particular bakery, its founder says he wants to return to making bread in the traditional way. Thus use for its dough-less, not so common, ingredients : like rye and buckwheat. Then he lets it ferment, it ends up baking it in a floor oven with shovel. The results are extraordinary: an old bread, a bread that feeds.
Its menu of desserts and cakes , varies frequently and is different from everything offered by the city, among the highlights are the various types of cinnamon rolls and matcha pudding . Dorrego 1829. Palermo.

LAB: They call themselves: “Coffee Roasters”. If you are a connoisseur of coffee, this is the place to go. They have 6 filtering methods and use coffee beans from the best origins in the world. They are also sold in bags to take home.
In addition to cafeteria, they offer tastings and courses for amateur baristas. www.labcafe.com.ar

Florida Garden: It is on the list of “Notable Bars” of the city, due to its outstanding history. Located in the street Florida, this cafe frequented by Jorge Luis Borges and other notable artists, maintains the attitude of the 60s Upon entering, I try to imagine, which of these tables, was his favorite to sit and read, enjoying a coffee and some croissants. www.floridagarden.com

Ninina : A very fashionable cafeteria in Buenos Aires , that already has three stores because since it opened it maintained the quality of its products with excellence.
It is ideal for brunch, since the menu of coffees and teas is extensive and includes “Cold Brews”. They also have an interesting wine list and a wide menu that includes waffles , eggs Benedict and “Avocado Toast “. But what does it for me are the desserts, for me the best in the city, they are always freshly made and exhibited at the counters , as to increase the temptation to try them. www.ninina.com

Full City Coffee House : Its owners are a couple, formed by a British and a Colombian, which is why this cafe has a different menu, not only use Colombian coffee beans for their preparations, but also offer a variety of dishes inspired by their countries – no it isn’t common to find arepas in Buenos Aires.
They also offer roasted coffee beans, to go. www.fullcitycoffeehouse.com

Coco Café: Upon returning from Birkin , you find this pleasant little coffeeshop  / restaurant. With large windows and outdoor tables is a good place to see the comings and goings of passers-by in this beautiful area of ​​Palermo.
The menu features salads, sandwiches and cakes as well as the classic Argentinian desserts alfajores de nutella or dulce de leche , rogel de dulce de leche with merengue and lemon pie. www.cococafe.com.ar

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