Food & Drink. Bars.
- Bolívar 962
Napolitan pizza, Empanadas, salads and sandwichs.
Walking by at any time of the day passersby are likely to see, through three large windows that face the street, one of the chefs risking the secrets of old family recipes. Always bustling, whether for lunch or dinner, diners will be sure to get an unforgettable dose of Porteño hospitality served up with perfectly crisp Napolitana pizza or gnocchi with hearty meat sauce. The high wooden beamed ceilings and turquoise accented interior, including an apparant turquoise stripper pole, and the oddly placed occasional horse racing picture on the walls, create a feeling of bizzare hominess. Locals and tourists alike can rub elbows at the cozily arranged tables; whether with friends, a good book, or just watching one of the two televisions, you´re sure to have a good time. In the back of the restaurant, there is a long counter that displays the days´ freshly made tartas and empanadas, a juicer that could easily be mistaken for an old fashioned cash register, and the espresso machine, which is always hard at work. Pedro Telmo serves up a wide assortment of tasty pizzas, empanadas, pastas, salads, and sandwiches, served by the super-friendly family staff on green and white-checked paper placemats. Wine and beer selections are limited but surprisingly enough they offer champagne and sangria. An assortment of desserts are also available.