El Obrero

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El Obrero (literally 'the worker,' which tells you a fair bit about the ambience of this place) is one of the city's most famous restaurants, and celebrities from Bono to Wim Wenders have eaten at this living, thriving museum piece in the heart of the old port neighborhood. (The area is gritty, verging on lawless, so go with company and take a taxi there and back.) Most people go for the parrilla items on the chalkboard, but there are also fair pastas and fish dishes, and a selection of old-style desserts like sweet flan and sopa inglesa should finish you off nicely

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El Obrero details

Agustín Caffarena 64,
entre Ministro Brin y Caboto

Area La Boca

Transport Bus 25, 29, 68, 130

Telephone 011 4362 9912

.30Open noon-4.30pm, 8.30pm-1am Mon-Sat

Main courses $$

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