Find out what Bar restaurants to try in Province of Santa Cruz including La Vineria, Pluschow Resto, El Parador Fast Food Comidas Para Llevar, LA ZORRA - Taproom, Humus Cocktail Bar, La Parri Grill, B&B Burger Joint, Don Guerra, Pietro's Cafe, Mako Premium Bar
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4 based on 175 reviews
Went there for dinner. Ordered a hamburguesa it was ok. Cheese was good but bacon was chewy and undercooked. The tenderloin steak was excellent. We should have all ordered that. Pizza was pretty good. French fries were excellent. Waitress was very inattentive and just flat out disappeared at times. Had to call one over anytime we needed something and then they make a point to let you know that service wasnât included in the bill. Yikes it wasnât included in the meal either. They serve coke not sure if they take credit cards we gave up waiting for them to come back and run it. We left cash and left. Another table did the same and the waitress magically appeared out of now where and opened the door for both tables. Odd to say the least. Itâs a bar scene with a bit loud music but had a nice soccer game in the screens. Itâs ok. Thanks for your recommendation. Your opinion helps us to continue improving our service.
4 based on 947 reviews
Had vegetable canneloni here: although portion size was big and the taste was okay, it was not very warm and tasted a bit like it was reheated. The fresh salad with orange, avocado and nuts was nice. Staff was okay. Price was reasonable. There was a football match on large screens, but without sound; they had some music playing.
4 based on 325 reviews
"Don Guerra" is a restaurant / brewery that is on the north part of the city, near the El ChÃ¡lten trail. It was our favorite restaurant on the city on the past (Autumn season), and we decided to return last year on Spring. It has a more cozy and pub-oriented atmosphere, like an alpine cottage with related decoration, with an American style service, great heating for the colder days and with a nice bar on the middle of the restaurant. It has more elaborated dishes, with good portions and very nice and friendly service, and depending of the season it is packed with groups to drink the several options of beers that they have - it is also a good place to be on couples if you like a busier place. They have also Happy Hour and an extensive chart of wines and distilled drinks.We did go there twice on the last trip: in the first one, we tried the Laguna Soup (roasted pumpkin and blue cheese) that was ok, along with two excellent regional indian pale ales (IPA) and a Ravioli del Campo (stuffed lamb pasta with tomato sauce, mushrooms, and cream - just awesome and rich). In a second visit we had another two Indian pale beers along with a Del Norte Soup (sweet corn with bacon soup, very tasty), a Sorrentino del Lago (stuffed trout past with butter herbs and green onions, just delicious), and the Wok a Lo Gaucho (vegetables wok with rice chicken and Mollet egg - the egg was a bit too much boiled and the rice a bit tasteless). For dessert two Torta de Frutos Rojos (red fruit cake with American cream and ice-cream, very good).We have been there four times on the previous trip (past Autumn season), and the menu had more options, with different dishes and it was cheaper (the prices were higher on the recent visit - maybe because of the devaluation of pesos, maybe because of seasonality). They also offered a starter that was a delicious bread with pumpkin paste that we didnât get on the recent visits. We got the chance to try lots of dishes, like the squid rings, the Pizza (excellent, packed with a delicious cheese), Sorrentino del Lago, Ravioles de Campo (both delicious), Cordero a la Massa (it was the dish that I missed the most), Lomo al Pecho, Bife Don Guerra (both were excellent), the Hamburger (a bit dry) and the Flan. Without almost no exception, all dishes were very good. I don't know if they have a seasonal menu or if they just alter the menu from time to time, but gladly, many of those options still are in the menu and are excellent choices.In resume, Don Guerra is a very good choice if you want an excellent beer or some more gourmet dishes that are usually very well done, very rich and tasty in good portions. You pay a bit more than other places in the city, but the place, ingredients used, presentation and preparation are worth the extra bucks, and it still have a very good cost benefit. Without a doubt we can recommend a visit if you are in El ChÃ¡lten.
4 based on 230 reviews
B&B its a place eat the best burger in the chalten, we have abig terrace with happy hour of draft beer and verry good music and a view of the valley of el chalten
We were looking for a quick bite. We went here based on TA reviews. The place is like a shack with wooden benches. We went in and were seated quickly. We ordered a chimchurri and veggie burger. They were prepared quickly and served piping hot. Lots of lettuce, guacamole and tomatoes on mine. The veggie burger was hot but the patty was okay in taste. My husband loved his beer and meat burger. Service was good.
5 based on 50 reviews
Also recommended to us by our taxi driver and it did not disappoint! Ordered the ribs, rib eye, and lamb - all were cooked perfectly cooked over a charcoal grill and topped with a chimichurri. All meats are served with colorful salad and crispy potatoes. The empanadas were SOO GOOD too - instead of ground up meat, the meat was in chunks with green onion, little bit of hard boiled eggs and perfect seasoning. It's a very small restaurant with a casual vibe. Fills up quickly at night, so arrive early if you don't want to wait. Also, definitely get the table wine - malbec that local Argentinians drink and super affordable!
4 based on 236 reviews
Great Bar. Great Views.
Too tired to go out for dinner after a long tour, we stopped at Humus.A new facility, overlooking the inside pool with great music. The food is outstanding with service and drinks to match.One of the best Patagonian lamb dishes I ever had. Hello babygranpaReceive a trendy regard from Humus Cocktail BarOur principal objective is to make an unforgettable experience the vacation of our visitors and we are so glad to know that you really enjoyed your stay at Posada Los AlamosWe are pleased to that you enjoyed your stay with us and that our facilities and services offered to you by our staff were to your fullest satisfactionWe are sincerely looking forward to the pleasure of welcoming you again in our Posada Los Alamos and assure you that you will enjoy even superior services and facilities on your next visit.King regards, Federico Suarez
4 based on 633 reviews
We ate here 3 times during our stay. Thoroughly enjoy their unique salads and the lamb stew. Big selection of beers but we donât drink so I canât speak to that. Great outdoor seating too.
4 based on 104 reviews
We loved the food in this little restaurant. We went two times and both times the food was very tasty, for a much cheaper price than in the other restaurants. They have a menu with quite some variety (soups, empenadas, burgers, stews, milanesas) and also some things a little bit more special (like pulled pork marinated in orange). You taste that everything is made with a lot of attention. The couple running the restaurant is very friendly. The lamb and mushroom stew and the pulled pork burger are very recommended.. We went two times and both times the food was very tasty, for a much cheaper price than in the other restaurants. They have a menu with quite some variety (soups, empenadas, burgers, stews, milanesas) and also some things a little bit more special (like pulled pork marinated in orange). You taste that everything is made with a lot of attention. The couple running the restaurant is very friendly. The lamb and mushroom stew and the pulled pork burger are very recommended.
4 based on 285 reviews
I should know by now that any place near a hostel will be cheap. This place was cheap and good! Pumpkin soup was hearty followed by a homemade veggie burger with fresh guacamole and crispy fries. Malbec was 90 pesos or about $3 USD. Service was good and a few blocks off the main drag. Lunch cost me about $15 with wine and water. Ali muchas gracias por tu opiniÃ³n!!!!!!!Esteban
4 based on 323 reviews
La vinerÃa is a little wine and craft beer bar, where you could feel a friendly atmosfhere. Good pub music is listened to all the time. Travelers & climbers from all over the world create a magic environment where the inglish is the universal language, lo
Great place for a beverage after a long day of hiking. Very small and gets crowded. View of Fitz Roy from the outside area. We went there every evening for drinks/happy hour, love this little place. All hikers and backpackers (same with the whole town)Great outdoor area for drinks. They have multiple beers on-tap, wine, mixed drinks etc. The long tables are shared and you meet lots of great people from all over the world. We met folks from Belgium, France, Germany, Spain, etc. Service is friendly and good. Yani the waiter was excellent (not sure if I spelled his name correctly). Long happy hour from 3-9 pm, great prices and selection. Weather is very changeable. Of the 3 days we were there using the outside area â one was cold and damp (semi-winter coats), one was beautiful with lots of sun (short sleeve shirts and sunscreen), and one was in-between cloudy and cool. Just be prepared for the variation. Also they do take credit cards
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