No matter what your palate is craving, it is likely that flavor and experience can always be found at Bute. The restaurant is reliable for any meal of the day, and for a coffee in between. Open on weekends and holidays, Bute is a popular lunch and coffee stop.
At this restaurant, coffee is not our recommendation for your mid afternoon drink, but rather a Submarino - a simple hot chocolate made in a uniquely Argentine style. You receive a large cup of hot and steamy and foamy snow-white milk and a piece of chocolate. The chocolate melts and paints the milk to make this hot chocolate particularly delicious. Bonus: the chocolate is in the shape of a submarine, making your experience a little extra adorable.
Their lomo sandwich is also quite delicious, and more than enough food for two people.
At night the venue becomes quite classy. Regulars at Bute are often theatergoers (the Teatro Independencia is right next door), or anyone looking for a fancy cocktail in an intimate atmosphere. No matter where you are headed, or coming from, Bute is a great stop.
Located in one of the nicest neighborhoods in Mendoza city, walking distance from the city center, Casa Lila Bed and Breakfast makes you feel like you are part of their family.
Located In Mendoza’s main culinary hub, just blocks away from Sarmiento, Hotel Diplomatic has 19 floors, impressive architecture, and enormous rooms and comfortable beds that helped it to earn its five star ranking.
Located in the center of downtown Mendoza on historic Plaza Independencia, Park Hyatt Mendoza is well known as the first five star hotel in the city.
Quinta Rufino hostel is an old Mendocinian hostel that combines tradition and modern comfort.
San Lorenzo apartments offers fully furnished apartments for one person or for families - rooftop pool, continental breakfast, and meeting room included.
Want a spot to see sunset over the whole of Mendoza city? This is a great spot, with 360-degree panoramic views of the city and the Andes Mountains.
An institution in Mendoza because of the inventive fire-based cooking style, this restaurant is regularly cited as the best in Mendoza by top travel publications around the world, from Departures to the New York Times.
This upscale restaurant is now one of the most popular in Mendoza and the focus is still very much on using local, quality produce.
This stylish restaurant in the Park Hyatt hotel right in front of Mendoza’s main square called Plaza Independencia serves some delicious dishes and has one of the best wine lists in the city.
This is an authentic Italian gem. Owned by young chef Sebastian Flores, this restaurant is one of the city’s prettiest plazas, appropriately Plaza Italia, and has an eclectic mix of artwork, nice music and delicious food.
Teresa Barbera is the true embodiment of Mendoza’s Italian heritage. Her parents came to Argentina when she was a young child and her mother started cooking for the local Italian immigrants who were missing food from home.
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Discover the Andes is all about exploring the mountains and participating in excursions and activities ranging from expeditions in Maipu Volcano, crossing the Andes by foot, valley trekking and wine tours at the foot of the Andes too.
Uncorking Argentina are experts in creating fantastic customized tours for small groups. They have been in business for over seventeen years and have long standing relationships with many wineries and restaurants and a great deal of expertise in maki…
Ampora Wine Tour's specialty is creating the best custom wine experience to fit your wine taste and interests.
The owner of Ituzaingo restaurant is happy to arrange art tours for you directly. Gonzalo, a gregarious artist himself, has close relationships with many of the artists, so this is an experience sure to provide a unique level of access to art not see…
Offering wine tours in the Uco Valley, Maipu, and Lujan de Cuyo, Mendoza Wine Experience is a fabulous option for those who seek a pre-set tour that is adventurous, educational, and often less expensive than other tours.
Trout and Wine offers visits to a wide range of Argentine wineries. From tours and tastings at wineries from old to new, modern technology and old-fashioned equipment, Trout and Wine has many options.
Bike through the Uco Valley or Lujan de Cuyo with Mendoza Wine & Bike Tour. If you choose to venture out with the Uco Valley tour, you can bike to the prestigious Andeluna or Salentein wineries.
Rbike's is a bike rental company based in Mendoza city. Rental options can be supplemented with activities such as kayaking, rafting, horseback riding, rappeling, canopy (ziplining), and trekking.
Kaua Spa, located in the Park Hyatt on Plaza Independencia, offers a range of unique Thai massages, facials, vinotherapy treatments, and salon treatments for both men and women.
Vertientes Spa & Aesthetics, run by Pueblo del Río, is a space for wellness. This exclusive spa, now in the in Villaggio hotel as well as in the original Portrellos location, is a great spot for relaxation.
Palmares Shopping Mall is located 15 minutes south of the city of Mendoza. With 10 movie theaters, 120 stores (primarily authentic Argentine brands), and many restaurants, most notably the quintessial Argentine steakhouse, Don Mario.
When you pass by Die Oma, what will strike you first is their bakers very neatly kneading dough in their white uniforms at a window for display. Once you get a whiff, the smell of fresh bread beckons you inside.
On Las Heras in the city of Mendoza, this shop is a great spot for tourists looking for gifts to bring back home. T-shirts, ponchos, and ornate mate gourds abound.
Sol & Vino is among the more upscale tourist shops in the Mendoza city. In addition to the standard souvenirs, the store sells wine, books, music, and handcrafted gifts.
Via Civit is a great bistro with a large selection of coffee drinks, fruity blends and special coffees. To accompany your coffee, one of their many specialty pastries is a must.
Yuchan is an authentic handicrafts shop in Mendoza city. With gorgeous Argentine rugs, gaucho hats, mate gourds, belts, and jewelry, this is a can't miss location for tourists with authentic trinkets in mind.
The Sheraton Hotel in the city of Mendoza will host the second edition of the "Alta Gama," a tasting of Mendoza's fine wines, from April 22 through 24.
Astroturismo is brand new excursion that takes you to a perfect observation point to gaze into each of the region's skies and learn about the stars, constellations, planets, moon, sun and other celestial bodies.
A collection of Miro originals and prints in the Municipal de Arte Moderno de Mendoza (MAMM) has certainly been one of the artistic highlights of the year in the city with the modern art space hotly attended by locals and tourists during the month-lo…
This Easter weekend, pair your wine with classical music at select wineries where the final performances will take place for this year’s Classical Music for the Wine Roads Festival.
On Argentina’s most patriotic holiday, May 25th, Argentina’s wine regions will participate in a event designed to support local charities and to add a twist to the usual wine tourism.
This year's harvest Megadegustación offer fine wines and sparkling wines from the best wineries in the province.
ECELA is a Spanish school in Mendoza specializing in helping foreigners to learn the language. Intensive programs as short as one week, and as long as four months are available.
The cozy theater hosts cultural events on weekends, featuring music and dancing. Government sponsored, this museum includes expositions from artists from Mendoza and other provinces.
Owner Pablo Lavoisier is a great artist who focuses on wood. He has a fabulous landscape exhibit in this space of mountaings. Annually, there is a three day exposition of work from more than 50 artists from Argentina.
Federico Arcidiacono is a sculptor living in Guaymallen. He comes from a very artistic family, with his father a well-known photographer, and his brother a musician. He is most famous for his work with wood grain art.
Set inside the home of Gonzalo Cuervo, Ituzaingo is firstly a restaurant but also a wonderful display of paintings and sculptures.
Located in the magnificent 16-hectare Parque San Martin in the heart of Mendoza's city, Nave Cultural is a vital link that unites all people in the community
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