This small restaurant on a busy avenue evokes the country with its rustic log walls and tables made from sliced tree trunks. It specializes in that favorite Argentine snack: the empanada. There are nine types on offer, from the traditional carne (ground beef) to cangrejo y queso (crab meat and cheese), as well as dozens of pizzas and pasta dishes. Another option is pastel de choclo (corn casserole with beef, raisins, and olives). The food and prices
make this a popular nightspot.