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Cheap and tipical Place to eat

Great, Little market in Pietro Iguazu where you can buy goods like olives, alfajores, dulce de... read more

Reviewed 7 August 2018
Anna P
via mobile
As if in a Brazilian Naples

Here you can try a typical "picada" with beer at dusk. During the day it works as a group of shops... read more

Reviewed 22 March 2017
Gasperdupuy
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Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Av. Brasil and Felix de Azara, Puerto Iguazu, Argentina
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 22 March 2017

Here you can try a typical "picada" with beer at dusk. During the day it works as a group of shops selling cheeses and cold meats, but after sundown tables and chairs are distributed in sidewalks and those shops become street bars (I went at...More

1  Thank Gasperdupuy
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Reviewed 4 May 2016

last year I went to iguazu, tu visit the wonderful falls. The national park is amazing, and once it closes, you can go to la Feirinha. the front line is alive: churrascos, cerveja, people speaking portuñol, mostly portuguese, tables and shouts.

1  Thank CLPZ19
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Reviewed 7 August 2018 via mobile

Great, Little market in Pietro Iguazu where you can buy goods like olives, alfajores, dulce de leche, wine.. And also eat something cheap and tipical like meat and chips with a fresh beer, surrounded by locals and Brazilian people.

Thank Anna P
Reviewed 10 March 2018 via mobile

This market has mostly delicatessen-type stalls all selling the same things but at about 4pm, many of them open streetside bars selling cheap drinks (like $70 for a litre of beer), picadas (snacks like olives, cheese, salami), empanadas and some do grills. Some stalls are...More

Thank mrdom
Reviewed 10 April 2017 via mobile

So, this place is suprising. There are many options to buy a good wines from Mendoza, cheese, olive with stuffed, Milk candy, alfajor, etc. The prices are very good. I Recommend to go to Sonia Bar: good portion, Quilmes Beer \0/

Thank BrunoAntonioli
Reviewed 22 March 2017

Here you can try a typical "picada" with beer at dusk. During the day it works as a group of shops selling cheeses and cold meats, but after sundown tables and chairs are distributed in sidewalks and those shops become street bars (I went at...More

1  Thank Gasperdupuy
Reviewed 31 January 2017 via mobile

Nice salami, cheese etc but everyone is selling pretty much the same stuff. Ask for prices though as they do vary and most places let you taste the products before buying them.

Thank snowy_helena
Reviewed 25 December 2016

This is a block with several simple shops selling olive, cheese, oils, wines and alfajor. You can taste some products before deciding what to take. Medium price, Brazilians and Argentinians go to this place to buy good quality supplies. I paid R$ 20,00 for 12...More

Thank Travel_World63
Reviewed 22 December 2016 via mobile

It's a strange place: like a souk somehow, but full of brasilians shopping specialities from Argentina - olives, wine, spices. We liked the place - good atmosphere, local stuff, pretty good food; not very clean but keen.

Thank ergopublic
Reviewed 2 November 2016

Casual fun to snack, drink, visit, shop spices, olives, cheese, salami, lots more, music and simple relaxed place to meet and share local ambiance.

Thank Mesmera M
Reviewed 4 May 2016

last year I went to iguazu, tu visit the wonderful falls. The national park is amazing, and once it closes, you can go to la Feirinha. the front line is alive: churrascos, cerveja, people speaking portuñol, mostly portuguese, tables and shouts.

1  Thank CLPZ19
Reviewed 28 February 2016

First off it is very important that all visitors know that you have to have Pesos to enter this park. No credit cards or foreign currency is excepted. There is an ATM next to the ticket office but it was not working and from what...More

Thank cathyinwv
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