Amongst the buzz of Palermo Soho with its touristy bars, trendy shops and fine eateries is a fashionable café that steadily attracts BA's finest. A tree-lined street, two rows of cozy tables tops line the bustling street front outside Mott, serviced by an attractive staff with long, complicated haircuts and laid-back style that's ever so intoxicating. The decor mixes sushi culture and traditional BA cafe society through stark white walls and lofty entry with armless sofas on one side and barstool seating on the other. Upstairs and in the back on the lounge is the formal restaurant, busier for dinner and more formal meal seating after 10pm.<br />
An all-day dining destination, the days at Mott begin at an early 9am with the arrival of area office and retail workers looking for their caffeine fix. In-house diners select from a morning breakfast menu of egg and pasty dishes that gently transitions into a full lunch service offering cold salads and hot entrees like roasted chicken and beloved jamon e queso. Dinner is a more formal affair with continental menu of grilled specialty meats, seafood selections like langoustines or shrimp skewer and pasta dishes that revolve around heavy conversations and ample glasses of wine in one of Buenos Aries most fashionable cafes.
One of the finest cafes in the city, it’s a popular destination with locals and hip tourists alike.