Children-friendly restaurants in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is a great city to visit with kids. People are very friendly with children and, overall, restaurants and hotels have quite some space to accommodate families.

Yet, eating out with small children can be stressful. Luckily, in Buenos Aires most restaurants are very welcoming. We asked parents from Palo Santo Hotel staff where they felt more at ease when going out with their family. Our experts recommended the following children-friendly restaurants in Buenos Aires:

Are you planning a trip to Buenos Aires with kids. You might want to check out our list of 10 things to to in Buenos Aires with kids

Piola

Children Friendly Restaurant - Piola Palermo

An italian trattoria that serves great pizza and pasta. There is no children menu here but who need it when there is pizza? The restaurant is spacious and has a nice patio for sunny days. Waiters are extremely friendly with children. If you are lucky, they will even give them some raw pizza dough to play with and put their creations in the pizza oven!

Piola – Gorriti 5751 – Palermo Hollywood

 

Cusic

Cusic Buenos Aires

Family-run Cusic is all about homemade food. Everything feels comfortably homey in this small restaurant. The menu includes many delicious sandwiches and salads. The big flaw is the preparation time but it is worth the wait. If you manage to get a table in their backyard patio, it is an amazing playground for your children!

Cusic – El Salvador 6016 – Palermo Hollywood

 

Ravello

children-friendly restaurant Buenos Aires

This restaurant has a small playground for children and hires daycare personnel on Sundays. Surprisingly for such a children-oriented restaurant, adults’ food is really tasty and quite sophisticated. Children’s menu includes a surprise bag that will keep them entertained for a while. Lots of families on weekends and a small inside patio.

Ravello – Honduras 5906 – Palermo Hollywood

 

Croque Madame – Museo de Arte Decorativo

Museo de Arte Decorativo Cafe

If you are traveling with a baby or a toddler, this coffee bar is a perfect option. Croque Madame is set in a nice garden outside the museum. Babies with love to gaze at the beautiful plants and trees and listen to the fountain. Toddlers will play with the stones on the floor and run after the pigeons. A haven of peace in Buenos Aires.

Croque Madame – Museo de Arte Decorativo – Av. del Libertador 1902 – Recoleta

 

Café PROA

cafe-proa

On the top floor of PROA museum, enjoy a fabulous view on the Riachuela and La Boca. There is no playground there but the restaurant is spacious and older children will be fascinated by the view and strange pieces of artwork. Our tip: go through the very nice children’s books selection at the museum library, just one floor below.

Café PROA – Av. Pedro de Mendoza 1929 – La Boca

La Payuca

lapayuca

On the top floor of PROA museum, enjoy a fabulous view on the Riachuela and La Boca. There is no playground there but the restaurant is spacious and older children will be fascinated by the view and strange pieces of artwork. Our tip: go through the very nice children’s books selection at the museum library, just one floor below.

La Payuca – Av Santa Fe 2587 – Recoleta
La Payuca – Arenales 3443 – Palermo

Photo: Ravello Restaurant

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