El Boticario

Buenos Aires

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El Boticario

Legend has it that in the early XX century an Argentinian pharmacist named Salvador Cortez, owner of a pharmacy in Palermo neighbourhood, would create syrups and meds right in front of the clients, mixing ingredients over the counter. Today, after almost a century, El Boticario invites you to travel back in time and to try its artisanal cocktails prepared and displayed as the good old Cortez would have.

Bars & Nightlife

Like most great cities, Buenos Aires is best experienced at night. Not only is it a city that never sleeps, but it is also a place where the fun is just getting started after midnight. When the sun goes down music starts spreading everywhere, theatres have late-night showings, restaurants and bars start to get crowded for dinner and it is only from 1 am that the local 'boliches' (nightclubs) start opening their doors. The city's unique nightlife, which usually lasts until past 7 in the morning, is sure to have visitors sleep deprived, but always wanting more.