Las Pizarras

Thames 2296, Buenos Aires

(54 11) 4775-0625

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Las Pizarras, which describes itself as "a warm place stripped of all artifice", has a cozy, unpretentious ambience and a menu to match. Beloved by the residents of greater Palermo, it has managed to become a neighborhood institution without conceding its low profile. "Pizarra" means "chalkboard" in Spanish, and the dining room walls are covered with chalkboards of varying sizes listing Chef Rodrigo Castilla's nightly specials. Always informed by his daily trips to the market, dishes are creative yet hearty and homey. Las Pizarras makes a lovely, low-key option on Sunday evening, when most of the city's culinary scene takes the night off.

Written by Cabell Belk

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