Address: Tte. Gral. Perón 2535, Buenos Aires.
Phone: (011) 4953-8700
Openning Hours: Everyday from 8:30pm dinner and 10.10pm tango show. Tango classes start at 7pm.
Built in 1878, with full Italian materials, born the old Palazzo Rossini, whose name honors the famous Italian composer, author of numerous operas as the Barber of Seville and William Tell. This building is the oldest opera house in Buenos Aires and was created by the Societá Italia Unita. In 1910, its scenary was frame of L’Operetti, a group of opera singers. Later it became a Tango Palace where busily Milongas were developed and Tango and Political celebraties, atended them. For several years it become one of the most important centers of social life of the city, where passed great singers and orchestras of our music, and countless personalities of the time who liked to enjoy unforgettable evenings in the environment generated, where tango spirit reigned everywhere.
A group of young Argentine entrepreneurs, proudly takes responsibility to thoroughly restore the Palazzo and gave it new life, spreading the civic culture in modern times. Thus was born Sabor a Tango, 2500 meters of surface completely dedicated to Tango.
The same is located in the original building and keeps intact the magic of those times, with traditional decoration, wonderful paintings, special boxes and scenarios with dancefloors and professional dimensions.
In the large living room, a warm and relaxed atmosphere can be breathe, with capacity to serve up to 500 people, it offers best of Argentina and international cuisine with a vast variety of dishes designed to satisfy the most demanding palates, in the hands of a service of highly professional waiters who speak different languages to serve the public that visit the place from all over the world.
Sabor a Tango has performed 4,500 shows, each one unique. The spectacle of an hour and a half, offers a balanced mix of dance, song, folklore and musical comedy. In the same involved singers, four couples of dancers that are accompanied by a sextet The dancers look with tight choreography ranging stage tango until a few passes of hall music and modern dance. The folklore of the interior is also present through several sets ranging from one business man band to a trio of drums and bolas, where the dancers look not only for its ability to footwork skills but also for running with the bolas to the sound of folk music and the altiplano. The final closure brings to the stage Argentina’s recent history and musical comedy by a number dedicated to Evita and her traditional balcony. The singers have their solo time but also highlighted by duets and tenement acting next to the dancers. The orchestra is a very coordinated quintet that has the brightness of a bandoneon player and pianist spotless, although all contribute to a very good workmanship.
Every Saturday from 0:15 pm who attend the dinner / show can stay home and enjoy the milonga free.