Esquina Homero Manzi Tours and Activities
Few tango venues have as illustrious a history as the Esquina Homero Manzi, built in 1917 and earning a reputation as an important cultural hub in the 1940s, where local tango musicians, dancers and poets would gather to drink, talk and perform. Today, the protected building has been beautifully restored in period style and named after one of its most famous former visitors – legendary tango lyricist Homero Manzi, who wrote his famous tango 'Sur' within its walls.
The atmospheric 300-seat restaurant now hosts one of the city’s best tango dinner shows, where guests can dine on Argentine cuisine and wine, and watch a nostalgic show of iconic tango songs and dances by talented local performers.
Tours and tickets to Experience Esquina Homero Manzi
Frequently Asked Questions
- Skip the Line: Homero Manzi Corner Tango Show Admission Ticket
- Esquina Homero Manzi Tango Show Ticket Including Optional Dinner in Buenos Aires
- Tango Dinner Show Homero Manzi menu Sur
- Tango show at Esquina Homero Manzi theater with dinner