This alehouse restaurant opened its doors in 1892—10 years after the city was founded—and maintains quirky traditions like tossing empty peanut shells to the floor. Pigeons, who have cleverly found a way inside, peck at them. The menu runs to several pages but no-nonsense basics like milanesas, stews, or boards of cold cuts are what they do best.
Calle 54 No. 496, at Calle 5, La Plata, Buenos Aires, B1900BDT, Argentina