In the middle of the historic Montserrat neighborhood, merged with an emblematic skyline starred by the eclectic Palacio Barolo and neoclassical domes, stands Tango de Mayo’s Dome Rooftop Bar. Six floors up, the new cocktail garden immediately takes you into the orbit of the humming downtown streets.
Far from the jam-packed bar scene in the city, Dome Rooftop Bar is the ultimate place to relax and put one’s feet up. Candle lanterns, lounge chairs, and wood sofas encased in 4-meter-high pergola curtains contribute to an intimate atmosphere that is rare to find in the capital these days.
The menú, abundant in tapa-style appetizers such as the classic Argentine picada and vegetarian alternatives like dried fruit and veggies, is the…
Original published: 2017-12-05 18:38:36 Read the full Buenos Aires News here
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