Fodor's Expert Review Pulpería Lo de Tito

$$ San Antonio de Areco Argentine

Looking very much an old saloon/general store, this restaurant is part of what makes visiting the town like going to a museum. A solid choice for lunch where the fare doesn't try to be anything other than honest and abundant. Very typical comida del campo ranging from meat, potatoes and empanadas to picadas (cured meats and cheeses), that's all served quickly and graciously even during busy lunches. Enjoy the antique curiosities while you're dining and feel free to ask what they were used for.

Argentine $$

Quick Facts

Matheu 411
San Antonio de Areco, Buenos Aires  Argentina


Known For:
  • Authentic watering-hole
  • Gaucho spirit
  • Lively ambience
Restaurant Details:
Rate Includes: Closed Mon.–Tues., Casual

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