Cafés, restaurants and boutiques in low-rise buildings, Palermo Soho is trendy, creative, chic, young and cool
Located right next to Palermo Hollywood, with railroad tracks and Juan B. Justo Av. serving as the dividing line, this area unfolds in an almost poetic harmony between the old and the new. Even though one of its many charms include cobblestone streets lined with oak-tree canopies, Palermo Soho is better recognized for its trendsetting vibes, having become the fashion district of BA.
Packed with dashing boutiques owned by local designers, a host of glittering restaurants and trendy bars, the heart of fashionable Palermo is the stretch between El Salvador and Niceto Vega. Plaza Armenia, the peak of this glamorous borough, is lined almost entirely with chic cafés and restaurants.
Also worth mentioning is Plaza Serrano: a petite circular plaza, at the intersection of Serrano and Honduras, where the younger crowds gather at night to bring the brightly painted bars to life. Popular on weekends, this sector overflows with arts and craft fairs selling bohemian jewelry and leather goods.
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