This place carries a great background, having been chosen as the meeting point by the youngsters who, under the military administrations, shared the dream of freedom. It is said the great writers Ernesto Sábato and Jorge Luis Borges would gather here in earlier times.
It is always crowded on Sundays during the San Telmo fair; therefore, finding a spot implies patience. In the center of the room there is an old register on the counter, which invites you to stand at the bar and have a beer. Its signature is the floors covered in peanut shells, as they are always at hand for guests to have with their drinks.