Up until recently, finding a quality cup of coffee in Argentina proved challenging. Cafes in the country's capital mostly served watered-down, poor quality, burnt beans, but better brews and barista culture have finally hit Buenos Aires. In a city of newfound coffee connoisseurs, there are now cafes to suit all tastes.
After all, Argentines are crazy about their cafes, where they spend hours a day hanging out, reading the paper, and talking politics. The city is bursting with centennial spots to visit and rescue the aristocratic mood Argentinians are so proud of—such as the iconic Café Tortoni, one of the oldest (since 1858) and most charming.
But to refuel on great coffee, forget history. Star some new addresses in Google Maps, and grab a cortado—the best pairing for a spongy and soft medialuna. It’s the recipe for embracing Argentina's coffee revolution.Read More