Named for the villain of the tango, Malevo was the first eatery to bring sleek modern dining to the city's classic tango district. The old corner building has large plate-glass windows and an intimate slate-and-aubergine interior where lights are low and white linen abounds. The house's excellent wine selection is on display behind a polished wooden bar—savor a bottle with your Rebelión en la Granja (pork with braised fennel and tapenade) or homemade goat-cheese
ravioli with sun-dried tomatoes and almonds.
Mario Bravo 908, at Tucumán, Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, 1175, Argentina