Location: 1265, Av. de Mayo-Monserrat
The 36 billiards opened in 1894 within a multistoreyed building made by architects Tiphaine & Colmena. This is one of the most emblematic bars in Buenos Aires and many a tale were woven amongst its tables whilst drinking coffee, gin, aperitifs and wine. It was declared interest culturalsite and notable bar of the City.
The billiard, pool and snooker tables are situated in the underground floor where theory, practice and technique billiard courses in all its varieties are given, because it is one of the best center al around the country.
The façade of the bar is red granite combined with a lighter colour lit up by three lanterns. The main hall space with a red granite floor has a boiserie with inlaid grapes bundles. The second hall is separated from the café by a wooden screen.