Anyone who's seen some of the little places I've written about should know that although, thank God I have been able to walk for a few blessed places on the globe, the VGB is one of the places I would choose to actually go live at some point in my life. Now, in this great little place, there is a family that's dedicated to the craft of brewing something called Old Munich Beer. They didn't stop there, they also have meats that they make, which undoubtedly fall short of the noble beverage that you can drink with it. We bought meats and beers to take so that we could taste in our homes or we can enjoy in the dining room that gives reason to this corner. In it, the excellent service, the great food and beer masterclass will be a temptation that we want back, because it, again and again and again and again ...
In the Chocolatería Süss Dulzuras, as its name suggests, you can buy excellent quality chocolates. While the prices are not always the cheapest, the cost-deliciousness ratio is fine. We can buy chocolate-dipped oranges with chocolate dipped grapes, sandwich cookies, chocolate caramels, and Delicate cones as well as thousands more things. Finally, in the village gluttons we feel like we're in heaven.
While the Potrerillo Arte Bar isn't one of the places I regularly go to on my visits to the village, it's a good place. I've been there a few times to have a coffee (I recommend the cut glass) and went for a drink after dinner. Very good variety of mixed drinks and domestic and imported drinks. The price is in line with what is consumed.
After having walked a long time through this beautiful pedestrian village (the only one in Argentina) we sat down with the guys to have some tasty homemade beer and to try bread with garlic sauce (which came courtesy) The bar is very nice, with a good atmosphere, the attention of the waitress is very good and even if you dont have lunch or dinner, has all the earmarks of being a good place for it ... Pictures of the place are coming, with its price chart and everything!
This place is an excellent choice for a quick bite. A good place to eat something quick and on the go. If you want to fill up and eat sumptuously, you´re best off going to another of the recommended places in the village. I recommend the hot dog with sauerkraut and roquefort, accompanied by a beer.
This former corner of Capilla del Monte converted into a cafe-pizzeria is ideal to relax and recuperate after boarding the Uritorco. Their pizzas are made with a thin and crispy crust, and come with tomato and cheese from Colonia Caroya. They are the best pizzas. I recommend the classic 'Neapolitan' Quilmes with a beer. The menu is simple and inexpensive, is a spectacular reward after five hours of hard trekking.
Finding this wonderful restaurant in a corner of La Cumbre was a very pleasant surprise. The Kasbah is a dream come true for a tireless traveller after a long walk and learning a alot. We decided to put down roots in this Cordoba village. The site is small, warm, and simply decorated, but very cool. It's always full, and understandably so. The cuisine, mainly Asian, is freshly prepared with fresh ingredients of excellent quality. The result is a pleasure. Good food plus good background music with a peculiar mixture of local people from Cordoba and foreigners, and a very cordial staff.
Many years ago, the owner of this restaurant decided to change his life and moved his restaurant from Buenos Aires to La Cumbre. Situated in a lovely corner, Lady of Tal city changed, but not the quality of its food and the warmth of its environment. It specializes in meat and pasta with a signature touch. As for the wine, if you do not finish your bottle, the restaurant will save it for you until you return.
This hideaway in La Cumbre is an absolute must-see for two main reasons. The first is that it's absolutely a Gourmet experience: The Diner Alby smoked it produces a chemical expert food are delicious, absolutely handmade, and of excellent quality. The second reason is to know the house, infused with the rich smell of smoked and Alby, a character with all letters. Whatever he says, you'll stay in one piece and believe you've heard him wrong. No, Mr. Diner mixes wit with logic, spiced with irony and double entendres. Try their products and know it is, altogether, an unforgettable experience.
Everything changes when you get past the Summit and go by dirt road to Cuchi Corral. The path becomes ravines, the mountains hide the horizon and you can see paragliders flying around. Cuchi Corral is one of the best places in Argentina where one can hang glide, and the whole zone, though bleak, is steeped in the sport. Ala Pampa is a bar just 3 kilometers from the summit. The place is lovely, surrounded by acres of countryside and views. The perfect place to stop before or after 'flying' at Cuchi Corral. Pampa Wing also has gliders for rent and trainers. The best time to relax in the evening at Ala Pampa. The views of the sunset are incredible.
Located opposite the Old Chapel of the city, this restaurant has a wide choice of typical Argentine food. The pies are good, the soup is not great and the chicken is so so. But the grill looks promising... Among other options available are: clay baked pies, Vizcacha pickled Humita in casserole, Mixed stew and grilled kid, Chorizo Beef, Barbecue, Truchas, homemade pasta, etc.. Well as you can see, the food is good and varied. You will have to get to know the menu in order to know what's best to choose;but I wouldn't recommend the soup. The staff are excellent and the atmosphere is great.