>The Top 5 Closed-Door Restaurants in Buenos Aires

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>Unlike the States, where pesky codes and laws interrupt the dreams of gourmets with culinary skills but no official space, Buenos Aires and its bribe-friendly approach to these matters means that anyone who wants to can give restauranteering a shot. A wet dream for chefs, foodies, and trend-piece writers, puerta cerradas offers a different sort of dining experience focused on elaborate menus and more attentive service. Whether it’s a less wussy approach to spices, savory Italian fare, or a full-on feast, many of the city’s closed-door restaurants provide a tasty alternative to Palermo’s latest fusion misstep. In case you can’t possibly swallow another steak, here are the city’s five best closed-door restaurants, reservations definitely required in advance.

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