At the helm of the vermut revolution in Buenos Aires is La Vermuteria, a pint-sized, curbside tapas and vermut bar in San Telmo. Bringing the taste of Spain to the streets of this southern district, La Vermuteria has a selection of vermuts on offer made from local tipples such as Cynar and international favorites like Aperol. Take a seat outside in the summer or make like a Spaniard and perch on a stool at the bar and choose your tapas from the display cabinet.
This quirky cocktail bar and restaurant is located on Caseros Avenue on the border of Barracas. Caseros is where it’s at these days in San Telmo, and Napoles has done its fair share in securing a steady stream of customers to this bustling avenue, which is a heady blend of old-school charm and new school hipness. Napoles is essentially the out-turned attic of a discerning collector, and you can sip your cocktails whilst perusing the incredible array of antiques, including old motorcycles and cars.