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“Little gem in the heart of Palermo”

Pain et Vin Buenos Aires
Ranked #184 of 5,117 Restaurants in Buenos Aires
Certificate of Excellence
Cuisines: Wine Bar
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Dining options: After-hours
Neighbourhood: Palermo
Reviewed 18 January 2014

This bistro/cafe/wine lounge opened up in July 2013, and has quickly become a neighborhood favorite. With its selection of hand-picked wines, homemade bread and freshly made sandwiches, properly prepared coffee and traditional croissants, it's the perfect place to pass a lazy weekend afternoon or weekday evening.

The best part about this place is the atmosphere; boasting a rustic decor, full display shelf of wines, excellent service, bright and clean ambience it leaves something to be desired from all the other run of the mill Buenos Aires cafés.

Fear not if you speak no Spanish, the friendly staff are almost fluent in English.

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Reviewed 24 November 2013

With its great selection of wines and limited menu of quality bites (salads, sandwiches, cheese, the odd desert) this places fills a definite gap in the market in Palermo Rúcula , somewhere to have a decent glass of wine and something to eat without going for a full meal. I had a storming glass of Sauvignon Blanc and a fine aubergine, cheese and something I can't recall sandwich.

My only complaints are that the coffee was quemado and that the rock hard barstool seating (there are a couple of normal chairs and tables too) doesn't exactly encourage ordering a second glass and hanging around. Overall a very positive experience.

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Reviewed 1 October 2013 via mobile

I was in town a week ago and stopped by this wine store by accident and what a happy accident it was! Eleanora the owner offered to conduct a private wine tasting for me of some of their wines, local cheese, in store bread and local olive oil. Everything was amazing! To top it off, the price was excellent and Eleanora spoke English which saved me since I am not a Spanish speaker. This new wine and bread store in Palermo Soho is not to be missed! There are some amazing bottle of wine here and the store made bread is a treat as well!

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