Avenida Costanera R. Obligado, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Sun 8am - 7pm
Mon - Sat 8am - 12am
El Muelle at the Fishermen’s ClubThough Argentina has an extensive Atlantic coastline, seafood isn’t always a major part of the cuisine—you have to know where to go for top-quality fish and shellfish. El Muelle’s ultra-fresh fish and picturesque setting recommend it highly. Inside the venerable Club de Pescadores, or Fishermen’s Club, El Muelle’s dining room is perched on a dock that juts half a block over the Río de la Plata; spectacular estuary views frame a parade of passing yachts and sailboats. This vintage 1903 structure can get noisy; some prefer a quieter, early dinner that wraps with a stroll along the pier as the sun sets over the river.