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Shopping for a mens suit in B.A.

by dancerdeb

Can anyone recommend a good place to buy a reasonable quality, stylish mans suit? My brother is hoping to pick one up when we are there. What should he expect to pay? His size usually can be bought off the rack. Thanks in advance!

Re: Shopping for a mens suit in B.A.

by Porteno

You can purchase an excellent mens suit at Christan Lacroix at Patio Bullrich for $400 to $500 US, plus you can get the Tax Free refund of about 16% which lowers your price. This is the real Lacroix and in Paris these suits would be in the $1000's. Cheaper but stylish would be GIESSO http://www.giesso.com.ar/desarrollo/index.asp

For more traditional style try James Smart, there are several of these stores around the city.

Suerte
SAM

Re: Shopping for a mens suit in B.A.

by AnaLuiza

At the Patio Bulrich Shopping, there is a nice (and expensive) shop called Etiqueta Negra.

Re: Shopping for a mens suit in B.A.

by dancerdeb

Thanks! He'll be a happy camper!!! Debbi

Travel Tips for Buenos Aires

Plaza Dorrego

by Bwana_Brown

Plaza Dorrego, in the historic San Telmo district, is the focal point of activities for this part of the city. It was a grey Tuesday, with intermittent showers, when we finally made it this far, so the square was not very busy.

Although the plaza is normally a quiet place for having lunch during weekdays, on Sundays, nearby streets are blocked off and the square comes alive with street-fair activity. Numerous stalls will have been set up to cater to the throngs of locals and tourists providing shopping opportunities for antiques and trinkets of all sorts. In addition, it is reported that puppeteers, musicians and street performers of all sorts put on a great show for the crowds! The cobblestone streets in this part of the city, and the historic 'preserved' buildings of San Telmo, once the spot where the rich lived, lend great atmosphere to Plaza Dorrego. We enjoyed a great pub lunch at one of the pubs surrounding the Plaza (see Restaurant tips).

Empanadas

by acemj

While in BA, you should definitely try an empanada, the small little pastry crust filled with either meat or vegetables or cheese or a combination of ingredients. Sometimes the pastry is fried and sometimes it's cooked in an oven.

You'll see places all over town that offer empanadas, but I'd recommend a place called La Querencia at the corner of Junin and Juncal in Barrio Norte (they have other locations too). Try the beef empanadas as the ham and cheese. Yum.

Approach the high society of BsAs

by Patriquito

In Buenos Aires you can watch the world's best polo players. This sport has a great tradition in Argentina and is mainly viewed and played by the wealthy people. There are playgrounds in Palermo. If you don't mind going a little further outside, go to the Hurlingham Polo Club. Tournaments take place regularly.

Shopping in BA

by ripples about Calle Florida (Florida street)

Florida Street is a strip of stores where you can get clothes, souvenirs, leather goods and the like. It's really touristy but I believe the souvenirs are affordable. Don't forget to visit Prune they have great leather goods. Leather Goods.

Rockinggg

by sabarish about Club 69 / Niceto

Club 69 (also known as Niceto Club, Niceto Vega y Humboldt) is one of the hottest spots in town. They have two stage shows in the main room, one hip hop themed, and the other inspired by traditional cabaret. The former chill out room, with its pleasantly accessible bar also features hip hop these days. It may get fairly crowded, have long lines, and, worst of all, it now closes meticulously at 6 (in exchange for that, they now open before 2, supposedly as early as midnight). It has also earned perhaps too much fame among tourists, who make up most of the crowd. Nevertheless, on a good night, it's still an excellent choice. Saturdays sometimes feature magic, which is more oriented towards hardcore electronica, with the exception of the last Saturday in each month, when they also have a "Club 69".

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