5 Buenos Aires bars to enjoy the best aperitifs


Where you can enjoy the best snacks

Thousand and Peak

At Mil y Pico, baked pizza is loved, very thin and crispy in classic and modern versions. The proposal of the well-known chef Danilo Ferraz, which includes original empanadas inspired by world cuisines, is completed by a short menu with some classic and signature cocktails that are ideal as “appetizers” to start this journey of flavors.

You can’t miss a good vermouth like Clásico M&P (Cinzano Rosso, soda and a slice of orange garnish). But there are others you can try such as Campari Tonic (Campari, Schweppes tonic water, ice and orange slice), Gordon’s gin and tonic (tonic water and lemon or cucumber slice for an aromatic and fresh finish), the classic Aperol Spritz or a Cynar Julep.

  • Address: 1194 Dorrego AveChacarita, and 5499 Avenue of the IncasChas Park.

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Thousand and Peak

Cosi Mi Piace

Known as the cantina of Palermo, Cosi Mi Piace offers a journey into authentic Italian cuisine and invites you to try its characteristic Roman pizzas with thin and crispy dough “without cornicione”. In addition, its extensive menu offers perfect appetizers to enjoy in its comfortable lounge, sidewalk tables or quaint outdoor paved patio.

To accompany good conversation and whet your appetite, cocktails such as the Gin Tonic with cucumber and pepper, the Aperol Spritz with sparkling wine and soda or the original version of the Campari Spritz with Campari, sparkling wine and a shot of soda are excellent. There’s also Carpano Rosso with grapefruit, Cynar Tonic with grapefruit and lemon or the traditional Fernet with black soda.

  • El Salvador 4618Palermo.

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Cosi Mi Piace


The renowned bar with an urban and artistic spirit combines a wide variety of beer styles with delicious street-style home cooking. Its facilities have more than 150 taps where they rotate the country’s best craft beers selected by expert sommeliers, but also for a year they have incorporated their own recipes for draft cocktails and appetizers such as vermouth, Aperol spritz and Campari, based on syrups , various kinds of spirits, among others, very careful from the origin of production to the preparation of the cocktail bar with “tinctures”, dried fruits, among other products.

One of the highlights of this range is the cask vermouth they offer in collaboration with the Cosas Imposibles brand, which is made with pineapple and mint soda, which makes it extremely drinkable at any time of the year. Also available in a 254ml can to take home or drink on the premises.

  • 1430 Santa Fe Avenue, Recoleta / You double 857, wheelbarrow / Gurruchaga 1450 esq. pls. Col. caber, Palermo / El Salvador 5602, Palermo Hollywood / Cuba 2202, pis. Mendoza, Belgrano / Peron 489, Saint Nicholas (Micro center) / Olleros 3750, Chacarita.




The restaurant combines three typical elements of Argentinian cuisine: meat, iron and fire. Beneath these pillars, the grill maintains an attractive design and an excellent culinary offering with an emphasis on indoor-aged and grilled meats.

Its completely handmade menu is accompanied by tasty preparations based on seasonal organic vegetables. An interesting signature cocktail bar completes the proposal, among which cocktails based on appetizers such as the Vueltero with Unico Rojo vermouth, golden rum, ginger, Club Soda and fresh thyme could not fail to stand out. her own Cynar Julep recipe with Cynar, fresh mint, lime, syrup, Gordon’s London Dry Gin and Citrus Schweppes. A place that takes care of all the details to entice its guests to live a unique experience.

  • 220 Mirador BlvdNordelta, and Costa Rica 5602Palermo.

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Bad blood

From the imposing bar, the bar displays a premium signature cocktail bar that has the soul of the aperitifs enjoyed in Buenos Aires in the last century, but with all the freshness and modernity that our times demand and the excellence offered by the five exclusive Labels Bad blood: Mythic, Torino, Ruby, Red and White.

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Bad blood

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