The Parrilla Tour
Parrillas are Argentine restaurants offering the most traditional cuisine. Most visitors to Buenos Aires only dine at the most touristy parrillas published in guidebooks and sadly miss out on some of the city’s most delicious gems. To experience and taste authentic Porteño flavors, join us on our Parrilla Tour, to discover hole-in-the wall restaurants where the locals go, learn about Argentina’s culture and cuisine, and meet others during the relaxed and social tour.
The Parrilla Tour includes:
- Walking tour of 3 different authentic local restaurants
- Tasting traditional foods at each stop and excellent Argentine wine
- Visit to one of the best artisanal “heladerias” (ice cream shops) in the city
- English explanations of the food sampled along with the history of the neighborhood
Palermo – Our Palermo tour centers around the Las Cañitas section of Palermo, a neighborhood known for its beautiful tree lined avenues, historic polo fields, and burgeoning culinary and nightlife scene. On this route we begin at a classic parrilla filled with soccer fanatics known for it’s choripan. Next, we visit a Northern Argentine style casa de empanadas to try some of our favorite handmade empanadas and a glass of Torrontés wine, before moving on to enjoy some of the best meat and service in the city at a historic and hidden parrilla famous among locals, and finally finishing at an incredible artisanal “heladeria” (ice cream shop).
The Palermo tour is conducted every Tuesday, Friday and Saturday beginning at 12 pm (noon), and Tuesday at 7:30 PM and lasts 2.5 hours.
San Telmo – The San Telmo tour is for those visitors who love historic architecture and have a desire for a little adventure. We begin near the Mercado de San Telmo for a homemade empanada at a family owned neighborhood institution. After exploring the market and seeing Argentine butchers in action, we have the classic street food of Argentina, choripan. The main stop is at one of the best and oldest Buenos Aires parrillas to try provoleta, 2 cuts of steak, salad and Malbec . We finish up at a small heladeria known for their selection of homemade ice cream flavors.
The San Telmo tour is conducted every Monday and Wednesday at 12 pm (noon) and lasts 2.5 hours.
Check out our Wine Tour in Buenos Aires. We also offer private and custom tours.