With 91 years of experience, El Querandí offers multiple options to enjoy along or with company. This traditional place invites to live a unique experience.
Founded as a Bar in 1920 and restored in 1922, El Querandí is located in the historical centre of the Buenos Aires city and it is considered "Alive Testimony of the Citizen Memory" and "Site of Touristic Interest" by the Secretary of Tourism of the Argentinean Nation.
With an exquisite international cuisine, it has a warm atmosphere with the reminiscence of old times where minutes pass with no hurry, willing to embrace unforgettable moments.
Dinner and Tango Show, the perfect combination
The tango is, beyond doubt, the Argentinean most authentic artistic expression. It's a deep and genuine creation of the people's souls born by the end of the XIX century.
El Querandí offers the perfect combination of our history, a professional and cared service, our exquisite international cuisine "a la carte", and a tango show that touches our feelings due to its artistic quality and authenticity
The show wants to homage this popular sentiment that gave birth to this artistic expression, being the Argentinean identity all over the world, through our show "Nuestro Tango".
It's directed by Carlos Rivarola, musical arrangements by Ado Falasca, wardrobe by Maria Julia Bertoto, and lights by Roberto Traferri. "Nuestro Tango" suggests an authentic ride through the history of the tango since its "arrabal" origins to the modernistic frenzy.
Wine Storage Place
The restaurant has an excellent cellar with 100 Argentine wines labels carefully selected in order to meet the vintages, strains and the most representative cuts to achieve a balanced variety of geographies, flavors and sensations.
El Querandí offers a wine tasting named "The virtual route of the classic wine". You will travel around the main production areas and will taste the most representative wines from each region. The following menu will be served: from Argentinean Northwest, Torrontés with "empanaditas salteñas"; from Patagonia Merlot with mushroom "crostín" and from Cuyo Malbec with spikes.
Sugested program: Buenos Aires Tango + Vinos