Restaurants & Nightlife

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Restaurants

empandas2.jpgLike most Argentinean regions, Jujuy has its own empanada recipe, sweeter than the empanadas further south. The cuisine starts to mix with that of the altiplano, and while there are many steakhouses you’ll also find that most restaurants offer more composed dishes of meat with vegetables, quinoa, and rice. Many restaurants have traditional bands stop by and put on a quick show, to accompany your meal with the sound of their flutes and drums. The majority of restaurants are downtown, around the pedestrian streets, just next to the bars.

Nightlife

San Salvador isn’t exactly a party animal’s paradise. However, like any self-respecting large city, it does have several bars and clubs downtown, centered around the peatonal or pedestrian area, not to mention the many poolhalls. Be forewarned that many poolhalls are patronized exclusively by men, so it may be an interesting experience to go play pool.

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