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When someone is good at what they do, they don't need to announce it to the screams: it shows. The same thing happens with places. Any unsuspecting who walks down the street Thames to 800, in the neighborhood of Buenos Aires Villa Crespo You'll probably walk through your door without noticing it. But there it is, no signs or signs, hidden in a dark street. Your name is indelibly linked to your address: 878 .
878 is a bar . A speakeasy , we could say: those bars that, simulating those that worked in the years of US dry law, are there only for those who know them. But 878 comes from a time when these types of bars did not proliferate in the City of Buenos Aires, more than 15 years ago .
In 2004, post-crisis (when not), a young couple decided that he wanted to open a different proposal. Julian Diaz and Florence Capella they were just over 20 years old, little budget, but a very clear vision. The place chosen was a typical porteña house, whose structure they respected. With more claw than capital, they focused on what is important: the bar and the quality of drinks . And they didn't need much more than that for the voice to start running.
At a time when there was no momentum from social networks, direct contact and mouth in mouth they were the ones who took to this bar, anonymous door , to the resounding success. Everybody knows him today. In 2011, he won the 25th position among the best 50 bars in the world , according to the magazine Drink International .
878 has a classic and innovative cocktails at the same time, an extensive wine list and a kitchen hundred percent argentina. However, the best way to experience the place is to sit at the bar, choose a base drink and ask the bartender to do its magic. The result is an unexpected journey every time.
Thames 878, Buenos Aires City, Argentina.
Publication Date: 07/05/2020
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