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Libros del Pasaje in Buenos Aires

Cafe / Restaurant
Moderate Noise
Plugs everywhere

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Workspace Details + Amenities

Alcohol Beer, Wine
Food Breakfast, cakes, salads, sandwiches
Seating Capacity 50
Group Space Some
Types of Seating Small tables, Larger table, Lounge chairs / couches
Keywords Bookshop, coffee, wine, Has Food, Natural Light, Alcohol, Has Power
Web www.librosdelpasaje.com.ar  

Pro Tips

The lunch deal is 120 pesos, includes drink, main dish and coffee.

Hands down the best place I've found to work in Palermo Soho after two months here:
- Very quiet (it's a mix of bookstore, library, and coffee shop, so people go there to read and study).
- Fast, reliable Internet.
- Plenty of outlets and space.
- Comfy chairs and tables, as well as some armchairs and sofas.
- Delicious food.
- Really nice staff.


  • I came here today and it was totally packed and the internet didn’t work at all (both of their networks were down). Although this was unusual, I have noticed this place getting less and less consistent with their internet lately. Disappointing!

  • It’s an ok spot to work… not crowded (1:30pm on a monday) and there is natural light. There are no fans or air conditioner though, and I’m not impressed with the food. For $140 (about $8/8.50 USD) I got a tiny salad with paltry ingredients (non-roasted nuts, cold brie cheese, over-ripe avocado over lettuce). Don’t come for the food, come for the wifi.

  • Definitely a good spot to work – very unique 🙂

  • LOVE this place!

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