Barrio de Montserrat
Opening in 1858
Buses: 9, 10, 17, 45, 56, 59, 64, 67, 70, 86, 91, 100, 105.
Subway: Line A, Station Stones.
Coffee is the oldest operating in the city. The marble tables and wood, the old pictures on the walls, the traditional menu, the waiters and customers make Buenos Aires the archetype of the bar in Buenos Aires.
Its origins date back to late 1858, when a French immigrant named Tuan decided to open and gave the same name as an establishment on the Boulevard des Italiens, which gathered the elite of the nineteenth century Parisian culture. A late, the bar was bought by another Frenchman, Don Celestino Curutchet, whom the poet Iragorri Allende described it as "wise old man ... typical French ...". What a body and strong spirit, classic style, the elongated knob, vivid eyes and wore a cap of black silk Arabic, almost a cartoon to add another accent peculiar to the physiognomy of the place.
At the beginning of last century, the place was frequented by important artists and intellectuals from Argentina and Europe.
There used to meet Ruben Dario, Leopoldo Lugones, Horacio Quiroga, Jorge Luis Borges, Raúl González Tuñón and Alfonsina Storni, the grand dame of the poetry, who was said to be light and flare. Notable among these walls, turned into art pure, Luigi heard Pindarello posts by Jose Ortega y Gasset and Federico García Lorca.
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