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Day of Notable Cafes of Buenos Aires

On October 26th, 2012, Buenos Aires celebrates the "Day of Cafes of Buenos Aires" (Día de los Cafés Porteños), in which the Notable Bars of the city will be honored.

On that day guests sharing a table can order 4 coffees and pay only 2, between 6pm and 8pm, at any one of these bars:

Bar de Cao: Av. Independencia 2400, San Cristóbal
Bar Iberia: Av. De Mayo 1196, Monserrat
Bar Británico: Brasil 399, San Telmo
Café Margot: Av. Boedo 857, Boedo
La Flor de Barracas: Suarez 2095, Barracas
Café Tabac: Av. del Libertador 2300, Recoleta
Clásica y Moderna: Av. Callao 892, Recoleta
El Faro: Av. De Los Constituyentes 4099, Parque Chas
El Federal: Carlos Calvo 595, San Telmo
Gato Negro: Av. Corrientes 1669, San Nicolás
Esquina Homero Manzi: San Juan y Boedo, Boedo
Hotel Castelar: Av. De Mayo 1048/50, Monserrat
La Poesía: Chile 502, San Telmo
La Puerto Rico: Alsina 420, Monserrat
Mar Azul: Tucumán 1700, San Nicolás
Café 36 billares: Av. De mayo 1265/ 71, Monserrat
Café Martínez (all locations)
Café Havanna (all locations)
Establecimiento General de Café (all locations)
The Coffee Store (all locations)

On the same day a series of free concerts will be offered, starting at 6:30 pm at different bars. Entrance is free, subject to room capacity:

PROGRAM:
  • Establecimiento General de Café: Reconquista 59: Dúo Fuertes Varnerín. Agustín Fuertes (guitar and voice) and Ariel Varnerín (guitar and voice). 6:30 pm
  • The Coffee Store: Perú and Moreno (Facing Manzana de las Luces): Dúo Luis Filipeli (voice) and Julián Hermida (guitar). 6:30 pm
  • Havanna: Defensa 1084 (San Telmo): José Manuel Cataldo (words on tango and café) and Lucio Arce (voice and guitar). 6:30 pm
  • Café Martínez: Talcahuano 948: Dúo Musas Orilleras. Andrea Bollof (voice) and Sandra Antonuci (guitarr). 6:30 pm
  • Confitería Ideal: Suipacha 384, San Nicolás: Main Event celebrating its centenary. At 7 pm: Participation of  Coro Kennedy - Quinteto Viceversa (Tango)
  • Confitería del Hotel Castelar: Av. de Mayo 1050, Monserrat. Event at 8 pm: Participation of  Coro Kennedy - Quique Condomi, Samy Mielgo, Osvaldo Belmonte (Folk Fussion)
  • Caffé Tabac: Av. del Libertador 2300, Recoleta. Event at 9 pm: Participation of  Coro Kennedy - Sol Mihanovich
  • La Biela: Av. Quintana 600, Recoleta. Event at 10 pm. Participation of  Coro Kennedy - Segundo Mundo - Balkan Music – Klezmer

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