The Northwest Restaurants

We’ve compiled the best of the best in The Northwest - browse our top choices for Restaurants during your stay.

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  • 1. Doña Argentina Espacio Cultural

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    Good food and great music roll together at this peña, located in a traditional 19th-century casona which brings in both locals and visitors. Start with...Read More

  • 2. El Churqui

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    For a more contemporary spin on regional delicacies, head to El Churqui. The llama in Malbec, fresh grilled trout, and succulent goat stew are...Read More

  • 3. El Nuevo Progreso

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    The food, from steak to quinoa salad, is superb; the wine list is fairly priced; and the wooden floors, whimsical lights, and artwork make the...Read More

  • 4. José Balcarce

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    A group of chefs launched a restaurant and catering service with high Andean cuisine as its goal—"high" referring to both the altitude and the gourmet...Read More

  • 5. Viracocha

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    The menu at this unassuming picanteria (restaurant specializing in spicy foods) has everything from trout to rabbit, but llama or quinoa are the dishes to...Read More

  • 6. Andrés

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    Folks from Salta and San Lorenzo favor this bright, semi-enclosed brick-and-glass building with a vaulted ceiling for weekend dining. Lo de Andrés prepares a lightly...Read More

  • 7. Casa Díaz

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    >At this adorable spot in Seclantás, Pío Díaz and his family cultivate ingredients in their organic garden then harvest them to create delicious regional dishes...Read More

  • 8. Casa Moderna

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    Picadas—assorted cured meats and local cheeses, accompanied by home-baked breads—are the star attractions here (be sure to try the smoked boar and trout). Although this...Read More

  • 9. Doña Salta

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    This warm, festive, family-friendly locale serves dishes quite typical of Salta and the Northwest such as classics like humita (steamed corn husks filled with cheese)...Read More

  • 10. El Baqueano

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    When one of Buenos Aires’ top restaurants upped sticks for the northwest, salteños couldn’t believe their luck. Taking their concept of cooking exclusively with Argentine...Read More

  • 11. El Patio

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    With three dining rooms, a patio out back, a location just yards from the central plaza, and well-priced regional cuisine, El Patio is one of...Read More

  • 12. El Rancho

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    Facing the main plaza, this big barn of a restaurant serves regional specialties (like baked rabbit and cabrito al horno), as well as pastas and...Read More

  • 13. Finca

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    Managing various restaurants around NW Argentina, including overseeing the Quebrada’s Hotel Huacalera, chef Walter Leal raises the bar in terms of Andean cuisine. Working with...Read More

  • 14. Inti Raymi

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    It's an honest little restaurant in Seclantás, with some fine old photos on the walls and good, oven-baked empanadas. Other attractions include a delicious goat...Read More

  • 15. Jovi Dos

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    A great-value restaurant on a bustling downtown corner, Jovi Dos has several airy, high-ceilinged rooms with wood beams and plate-glass windows. Noteworthy starters include marinated...Read More

  • 16. K'allapurca

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    At lunch, the best tables are taken by groups of tourists being serenaded by a band of minstrels, but don't let that put you off....Read More

  • 17. La Picantería

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    Slotted neatly into the tiny Plaza Peloc, La Picanteria’s streetside setting makes for a great lunch spot to watch people come and go about their...Read More

  • 18. La Posta

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    Empanadas, llama dishes, and other hearty regional specialties dominate the menu at this eatery on the main square. Take a seat by the window and...Read More

  • 19. Los Puestos

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    A poetic narrative in the menu describes this place as "a haven for parched travelers," along the lines of the watering holes used for centuries...Read More

  • 20. Macacha Gourmet

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    A 100-year-old converted school building houses one of Cafayate's more ambitious restaurants. Overseen by the friendly owner Matías, it has three dining rooms themed after...Read More

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