First opened to the public in 1884, Las Violetas is steeped in history and stands out as one of Buenos Aires’s premier cafés, combining the city’s passion for delicious coffee with a healthy serving of traditional coffee shop culture.
The building was opened in the 1920s during an age of prosperity for Argentinians, and its Italian marble floors and amazing French stained glass windows ooze refinement as you enjoy coffee and cake in one of the city’s top spots for a bite to eat and a refreshing drink. Las Violetas was declared a city heritage site in 1998 and has since undergone refurbishment to preserve this little corner of history.
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Avenida Rivadavia 3899 (on the corner of Medrano)