Address: Av. Belgrano 2608, Buenos Aires.
Phone: (011) 4941-1119
Opening Hours: Everyday from 8:30pm dinner and 10pm tango show.
Say Buenos Aires, is the same as say tango and fine dining. Located in the traditional and ancient neighborhood of Barracas, which was witness of poets and artists birth, is Complejo Tango, a tribute to 2×4. An old house built in 1895, with French style of the last century, hosts this elegant and refined tanguería, which surprises with an immense hall of oak floors, ironwork balconies and luxury of its academic rooms. 1200 meters of surface devoted exclusively to Tango.
The menu, designed to meet international gourmet’s demands, including forced dishes belong to the Argentinean cuisine, which are accompanied by excellent wines and a friendly and warm service.
A spectacular show of tango, under the direction of an orchestra composed by great masters of music, professional dancers size and a huge cast of singers tracing the history of tango from its beginnings to the present, in five memorable scenes and make closing ideal for an evening to remember. This story begins in 1880 when Buenos Aires Tango was born, a time when men defended their honor with knife and danced between them, as the tango cayengue practiced among outlaws. This period lasted until 1920, golden age in which the Tango leaves the porteños suburbs to get from the capital to Paris, where it reaches a boom. In 1940, make their appearance the great authors of tango and artistic creators. In 1960, the female figure fills the dance in all its sensuality, elegance and romance, offering a fresh look at the existing music. Finally, during the period from 1980 to the present, from the hand of Astor Piazzolla, born contemporary tango projecting to the world and bringing all its powerful energy. A vibrant and moving show…