A 100-year-old converted school building houses one of Cafayate's more ambitious restaurants. Overseen by the friendly owner Matías, it has three dining rooms themed after the Nanni, Domingo Hermanos, and Etchart bodegas, with wine displays and special cutlery. The decoration is from all around the world, but the food is strictly local—llama, quinoa, rabbit, kid, and Andean potatoes feature prominently on the menu. A convivial wine bar stays open late to serve vino from every bodega in town. There's live music and dancing some weekends.
Av. Güemes Norte 28, Cafayate, Salta, 4427, Argentina