Stumbled across this tiny cafe in search of a pint and a quick bite, and weren't disappointed. Sure, the service was horrendously slow, but we weren't in a rush, and the atmosphere - with as much people squeezed into every inch of the pace install metal chairs around small round metal tables - was cool. Things almost certainly got lost in translation, especially when the ageing jazzy lounge singer invited musical guests to sing with her, or play an instrument to accompany her performance.
The staff are really friendly. The rating is for the atmosphere, not so much the food (empanadas were decent), but I'd go back for an evening of feeling like a hipster.
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