In the last four years, since Buenos Aires became a true top US and UK tourist destination, the nightlife scene has experienced an influx of kitschy dance clubs and booze bars privy to the Guinness drinking-set that descend on the city as a budget getaway. A neighborhood away from the glare of Palermo Soho, Congo Bar is nothing like its name would suggest. A moody and stylish supper club and casual drinking bar located on an edgy section of Honduras more familiar with Nike-wearing locals than stiletto strutting tourists. Visitors arrive to a dimly lit lounge and galley bar lined in terracotta tiles with wood paneled walls and minimalist vibe that opens to a small dining room with it's own foodie following. Outside, a large patio is a groovy summer rendezvous for area DJ mixing on vintage vinyl till 5am.
Unpretentious drinking bar and foodie lounge from the owners of Niceto Lounge offers 3am menu of Argentine specialties and local bar for singles looking to groove till the wee-hours of dawn.
A surprisingly upscale menu includes open parilla of grilled beef and chicken, roasted salmon salad, and langoustine croquettes with guacamole available through closing.