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Café de los Angelitos

Café de los Angelitos

Av. Rivadavia 2100 (esq. Rincón), Buenos Aires, Argentina

The Basics

Though daytime visitors stop by for lunch or coffee in the café, the highlight of a visit is attending an evening tango performance, held in the auditorium. It’s a spectacular show, with a cast of around 30 tango dancers and live musicians, dazzling costumes, and a variety of tango styles. Visitors can opt to attend the show with drinks included, enjoy a 3-course pre-show dinner at the venue, or watch from the VIP balconies.

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Skip the Line: Cafe de los Angelitos Tango Show Ticket with optional Dinner
Skip the Line: Cafe de los Angelitos Tango Show Ticket with optional Dinner
star-4.5
$75.00 per adult
Traveler Favorite
A must-see show in Buenos Aires
We had a delicious dinner of smoked salmon, steak, chocolate mousse and all the wine we could drink. The dinner consists of 3 courses with 3 choices for each course. The tango show starts around 10:30 pm. The dancers and singers were very good and showed us different styles of tango. We certainly enjoyed the performance set in a small theatre and would highly recommend it.
Walwyn_M, Mar 2020

Recent reviews from experiences in Buenos Aires

star-4
Waiting for passengers
Elizabeth_G, Mar 2020
Shore Excursion: Cafe de los Angelitos Tango Show with optional Dinner
Excellent show of the tango with nice wine! Had to wait an hour for other passengers!! Good view of the city at nite!
star-5
A must see.
Trudi_L, Mar 2020
Skip the Line: Cafe de los Angelitos Tango Show Ticket with optional Dinner
The food was quite good and the wine flowed freely, however, the show was fantastic. It is definitely worth it.
star-4
The good bad and ugly
Kathleen_D, Feb 2020
Skip the Line: Cafe de los Angelitos Tango Show Ticket with optional Dinner
Driver was late. We were the last to be seated and eat. Room was crowded and noisy. Steak was like leather and I could not cut it. Other courses and wine were good. Dancing and musicians were great. Other guests kept using their cameras and even flash which spoiled my enjoyment of the show. They also kept talking during the performance.
star-4
Tango extravaganza
Maltorzata_W, Feb 2020
Shore Excursion: Cafe de los Angelitos Tango Show with optional Dinner
Fabulous show and venue. As for dinner the best part was wine. Wish I could dance like that. Nothing more to say.
star-5
Tango dinner and show
Judy O, Dec 2019
Café de los Angelitos Dinner Tango Show
Dinner was good, the wine excellent and the tango show was excellent we really enjoyed it . Would highly tell other we would recommend it.
star-5
Cafe de los Angelitos Tango Show
Esther V, Dec 2019
Café de los Angelitos Dinner Tango Show
We went for a tango show with dinner and transportation. The food was good. The room was a bit crowded, but the show was fantastic. Cant imagine anything better than we saw.
star-4
Great experience
John_E, Feb 2020
Skip the Line: Cafe de los Angelitos Tango Show Ticket with optional Dinner
This was a great experience. The venue was beautiful and the dinner good, with excellent wine. The hotel pick-up was very smooth. The only reason I did not rate it a 5, was that the Tango show was too long. It was well over an hour.
star-5
Loved the tango show!
vackar16, Jan 2020
Skip the Line: Cafe de los Angelitos Tango Show Ticket with optional Dinner
Excellent show! The dancing is amazing and the the costumes are beautiful. We loved it. The theater was pretty and seats were comfortable. Our driver was prompt and very friendly, Highly recommend, A good value for the money,
star-5
Great Buenos Aires evening
Jeffrey_Z, Jan 2020
Skip the Line: Cafe de los Angelitos Tango Show Ticket with optional Dinner
Pickup was prompt and courteous. The meal was more than we expected. Three choices for each course. All that we chose were delicious. Endless wine! Also water and coffee. The cafe is lovely. Very traditional. The show was excellent. Was the story of tango through the years. Dancers were amazing as was the orchestra and the two singers. Well worth it.
star-5
You can't visit BA without absorbing the Tango experience
Nigel_S, Jan 2020
Skip the Line: Cafe de los Angelitos Tango Show Ticket with optional Dinner
Very efficient pick up and drop off at Hotel. Excellent dinner before the show. Well worth paying the VIP premium. Really a five star evening!
star-5
Awesome show
Andrew_F, Mar 2020
Shore Excursion: Cafe de los Angelitos Tango Show with optional Dinner
You just can't go to Buenos Aires without experiencing a quality Tango Show. This tour picked me up at the cruise port, and provide a very good multi-course dinner. I recommend getting the dinner so that you have appropriate seating. Otherwise, participants wait outside of the theater until the show. The show itself was astounding and received a standing ovation. I picked this excursion based upon Viator reviews, but when I had a local private tour guide the next day who confirmed that from a local point of view this was a great choice.
star-5
Off The Ship for Marvelous Meal & Tango Show
Bonnie M, Jan 2019
Shore Excursion: Cafe de los Angelitos Tango Show with optional Dinner
My mission on our shp’s overnight in Buenos Aires, was to find a Tango Show, a GOOD Tango Show—that we could afford. Not only did we find this wonderful show, the optional dinner we included, was one of the best dinners we’ve ever had. And, folks, the wine never stopped! Both of our dinner show costs together, was about half what one show was charged by the ship. Although this was a great deal, there was nothing bargain basement about the food, the wine, and the incredible performers. Both the musicians and the dancers were excellent. My only regret was that we didn’t have enough time to linger at the venue and acknowledge the great performances to the performers. RE pick up and drop off at cruise port, all went well. But, if you are to disembark the next day as we were, be prepared for a rough morning wakeup. Some passengers chose the show AFTER disembarking and stayed an extra nightin the city.

Things to Know Before You Go

  • There is no dress code for the evening tango shows, but most guests wear smart-casual attire.

  • The main café area serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and live music is often performed in the afternoons.

  • Free Wi-Fi is available on-site.

  • The café and auditorium are wheelchair accessible.

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How to Get to There

The café is located on the corner of Rincon and Rivadavia, three blocks west of Plaza de Congreso or about a 5-minute walk. The closest metro (subte) stations are Pasco (Line A) and Congreso (Line A), both around 2 blocks away.

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When to Get There

Tango shows are held nightly year-round and typically start late (after 9pm), so it’s worth opting for a tour that includes hotel pickup and drop-off.

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Tango in Buenos Aires

The Argentine tango became popular in the bars and brothels of Buenos Aires’ working class neighborhoods during the 19th century, and today, the traditional dance is on the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage List. Tango is everywhere in Buenos Aires, whether dancers are performing at San Telmo’s Sunday market, a glamorous tango dinner show, or a local milonga. Buenos Aires also hosts the International Tango Festival each August.

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