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Sip a cup of excellent coffee, which is available with several flavor options, at this cozy and welcoming café, tucked away in an alley amidst flowers. Craving something more than just coffee? Go for a frappuccino, or tuck into one of the sweet treats.
Cafe Paseo de Las Flore, Azcuenaga 430, El Bolsón, Argentina, +54 294 445-5732
For unique, delicious, and varied eats on a budget, look no further than El Bolsón’s outdoor market, or feria artesanal, open from 10 am on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. From Belgian waffles with assorted toppings, empanadas and sandwiches and frittatas galore, and an abundance of fresh fruit, this is the place to be.
Feria Artesanal, Plaza Pagano, El Bolsón, Argentina, +54 294 449-2604
When brunch time begins to melt into lunchtime, and hunger strikes, there’s only one thing to do: head down Avenida Belgrano to La Salteñita for empanadas. Far from the standard fillings of the average Argentinian empanada, these flaky pockets have fillings as creative as orange juice, ham and pineapple, or cheese and trout, and they’re all made to order.
La Salteñita, Belgrano 515, El Bolsón, Argentina, +54 294 449-3749
For a midday meal consisting of excellently rendered Argentinian classics, Tomatican is the place. The dishes, which are portioned generously and priced reasonably, include classics like bife de chorizo with chimichurri sauce, ravioli and other pastas, and assorted seafood.
Tomatican, Av San Martin 2760, El Bolsón, Argentina, +54 294 472-0545