Along the busy Avenida Corrientes, a block and a half from the Obelisco, some think this classic spot oozing porte ño chaos and charm serves the best pizza in the city. It’s almost always packed. They serve old-school, thick crust pizzas (most pizza in Argentina is now thin-crusted). And it's piled high with perfectly-melted mozzarella and a plethora of other toppings. Ask for a piece of the local classic, fugazetta, which is cheese and onion (and no tomato sauce), or a faina which is a chickpea-flour flatbread.
Buenos Aires› Restaurant
Pizzeria Las Cuartetas
Av. Corrientes 838 between Suipacha and Esmeralda
Our Rating Neighborhood Microcentro Hours Mon–Fri 11am–1:30am, Sat noon–2am, Sun 6pm–1:30am Transportation Subte: Carlos Pellegrini/Diagonal Norte/9 de Julio Phone 11/4326-0171 Prices Pizzas A$65–A$75 Cuisine Type Pizzeria Web site Pizzeria Las Cuartetas
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