Sam Harrison, author of The Best Digital Nomad Neighborhoods in Buenos Aires, shares her selections for the Argentine capital's best places to eat, party, and get your work done.
The Best Restaurants for Digital Nomads in Buenos Aires
Gran Dabbang: This tiny spot near Palermo’s border with Villa Crespo specializes in delicious fusion dishes and unusual flavor combinations.
Sarkis: This large Armenian restaurant in the heart of Villa Crespo is one of the most beloved restaurants in Buenos Aires.
La Cabrera: This is one of the top destinations in the city to try classic Argentine barbecue.
Sampa: If steak isn’t your thing, this “99% vegetarian” spot in Villa Crespo has creative tapas-style dishes without meat.
Anafe: When you could eat but aren’t super hungry, try this quiet spot in Colegiales for delicious small plates.
Bar Federal: One of the city’s “bares notables,” this traditional spot in San Telmo is worth a visit for its traditional decor and dignified atmosphere.
Aramburu: When celebrating special occasions, this is an upscale venue in Recoleta known for delivering a high level of gastronomy.
Malvon: One of the best brunch spots in the city, this is a must-try in the Villa Crespo neighborhood.
The Best Bars for Digital Nomads in Buenos Aires
Floreria Atlantico: This nautical-themed cocktail bar is consistently listed as one of the best bars in the world.
Presidente: A cocktail bar in Recoleta with an exclusive atmosphere that serves mixology with an edge.
Strange Brewing: With a fantastic beer selection and great food, head to this brewpub for a fun atmosphere.
Pain et Vin: This wine bar in Palermo Soho boasts a fantastic selection and incredibly tasty sourdough bread.
Camping: An outdoor bar and music venue in Recoleta, where you can pop in for a beer and a rock show.
Cerveza Hormiga Negra: This brewpub has several locations across the city and an extensive beer selection, including the ones they brew themselves.
Vico Wine Bar: For a sophisticated night out, this innovative wine bar sells wine by the glass using Italian wine dispensers.
878 Bar: You can skip any pretentiousness at this spot in Villa Crespo that focuses on the high quality of its menu.
Verne Club: Turn the lights down for a romantic atmosphere at this dimly-lit cocktail lounge in Palermo.
The Best Digital Nomad Cafes in Buenos Aires
Le Blé: This bakery and cafe chain has locations all over the city. It’s an easy place to pop in, grab a coffee, and get straight to work.
Ol'days: Ol’Days is a delicious cafe and brunch spot with locations in Puerto Madero and Villa Urquiza.
Cocu: This French bakery and restaurant is a great spot for remote work, right on the border of Palermo and Villa Crespo.
All Saints Cafe: You’ll find delicious specialty coffee in all locations, but the downtown outpost is notably spacious.
Habito Cafe: This is a cute cafe on the edge of San Telmo where you’ll find plenty of other remote workers clocking in.
The Best Coworking Spaces for Digital Nomads in Buenos Aires
Workey: This exclusive coworking space is located inside the cupola of the historic Bencich Building. It has stunning views and a lovely setting.
AreaTres: This coworking space has two different locations in Palermo, but the one on El Salvador has the benefit of a beautiful outdoor space too.
La Maquinita: La Maquinita is a bright, modern coworking space with locations across the city.
Deck-co: This coworking space in Palermo Hollywood has all the best amenities but only offers monthly memberships (no day passes).
Huerta Coworking: There are two locations: one in the Microcentro neighborhood and one in Palermo. Both are bright with flexible seating options and filled with plants.