Ranked as the #1 restaurant in Cafayate by TripAdviser.com, Bad Brothers Wine Experience features a wide selection of reasonably priced tapas as well as a selection of excellent high altitude and extreme altitude wines created by Argentine winemaker, Agustin Lanus.
Located in a renovated adobe house half a block from the main plaza, Bad Brothers offers a relaxing environment with great wines, music and tapas to pair with your wines.
For warm days, try the award winning Bad Brothers proprietary ToVio white wine - the celebrated local Torrontes wine blended with a 25% Viognier -- while cooling off in Argentina’s only outdoor air-conditioning.
Chato's, opened in 2008 by Eduardo “Chato” Cruz, is Cafayate’s original wine bar, a cozy hideaway to sample wines from a number of local bodegas by glass or by bottles. A selection of picadas from local providers are available, including a vegetarian option.
Local knowledge: Chato, who is also fluent in English, is now also offering personalized tours of Cafayate’s wineries. Few people know more about Cafayate’s bodegas than Chato, and no one offers a more informative, or entertaining tour.
Hours: 7 p.m. every day to about 10 pm. Personalized tours available during the day.
Location: Ntra. Sra. Del Rosario 132 - CP 4427 (across from Banco Nacion just off the Main Plaza).
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