The English magazine Time Out chose Buenos Aires’s Thames Street as one of the top ten “coolest in the world”, ranking 30 must-see districts according to the advice of “local experts”.
The street connecting Plaza Italia to Villa Crespo is preceded by a road in Melbourne, Passeig de Sant Joan in Barcelona, and Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles, among others. As noted by the prestigious London Guide, “Thmes Street, a bustling street linking elegant Palermo to the newest Villa Crespo, is known for its independent kitchens and bars, many of which are located in restored buildings,” as the prestigious British publication describes.
“Food lovers revere Sarkis for traditional Armenian food and Las Pizzara for high-quality small plates, while a young crowd at Nino Gordo’s Asian Steakhouse, Juan Pedro Caballero Churros and Taco Bar, and Chori choripaneria” recommends the Time Out note.
The article continues: “Meerkat houses a Jewish bakery and a wine bar. When it’s time for cocktails, Tres Monos has been ranked as one of the best bars in the world, Cacho deli specializes in tapas and Puro Bistro is the place for cigar and whiskey lovers,” continues the article, which compiled this list from a survey of 27,000 people worldwide.
“All these streets have great stories to tell. They are a microcosm of everything we love about cities: dining destinations that are a destination in their own right, vibrant local culture, tons of history. In a year where travel dreams have faded and we have had to stay close to home, help us On feeling like we’re part of something bigger.”
A note with journalist and bartender So rrel Moseley-Williams’ recommendation also highlights La Carnicería Grill, one of the most innovative grills in the ring, and one of the classics on the “Villa Crespo” side, 878 Beverage Bar: “A cavernous space with two bars directed by the best bartender.” , Julian Díaz,” closes.
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