Best Cafes To Work From in Buenos Aires
Work friendly restos and cafes in Buenos Aires #digitalnomadlife Friendly warning about thieves in Buenos Aires - they are very sneaky! It is a very safe place but exercise caution with your belongings, especially while working. Do not have your phone or sunglasses behind your computer, keep everything in your bag and your bag very close to you.
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Casa Dingo
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With an airy, bright environment, this Australian cafe has 2 floors to choose from and is perfect for meeting up with friends for brunch or getting some weekday work done. ✨My recommendations✨ Try the dirty chai latte and the fritters with halloumi cheese.
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Surry Hills Coffee Shop
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Sometimes hard to find a seat but if you score one, come hungry because the breakfast is great!
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CLAVE CAFE
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Nice work ambiance with several veggie options.
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Cocu Boulangerie
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A French inspired bakery cafe with a nice ambience. The pastries and coffee here are great. There are some seats with power sockets.
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Rebelión
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Has more outside seating then inside which is great on a nice day but be very careful with your belongings. Good lunch options and drinks!
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Al Diablo Coffee Roasters
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Acai bowl and a croissant, with an iced latte was my go to order here! Pro-tip, order at the counter then walk to the very back of the place to find a cute patio that usually has seats and is shaded - perfect for working al fresco.
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HACIENDA COFFEE COMPANY
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A spacious looking café next to plaza Armenia. Hacienda has a bright and spacious feel, with great coffee and juices for selection.
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Hi, I'm Khara 👋 I live to explore and taste my way through different cultures and cities, while working remotely and enjoying the perks of digital nomad life. When I am not out in the world, I call Los Angeles homebase and I love exploring California with my pup Roman. You're probably thinking... why should I trust her and how do I know she even has good taste!? Great questions! Here's the thing - I've already done the research, spent the time (and $$) doing the trial and error, trying the not-so-great places and eating some things that may have even gotten me sick! 🙃😣 All so YOU don't have to. 😃😜 So if you don't feel like reading countless blogs, combing through yelp reviews and pulling your hair out trying to narrow down lists on Trip Advisor, then take my advice - promise I won't steer you wrong.🍴✈️ 🌎
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Best Cafes To Work From in Buenos Aires
Work friendly restos and cafes in Buenos Aires #digitalnomadlife Friendly warning about thieves in Buenos Aires - they are very sneaky! It is a very safe place but exercise caution with your belongings, especially while working. Do not have your phone or sunglasses behind your computer, keep everything in your bag and your bag very close to you.
7 Places • 2 Saves • ago
Free
Casa Dingo
@digitalnomadtravel
With an airy, bright environment, this Australian cafe has 2 floors to choose from and is perfect for meeting up with friends for brunch or getting some weekday work done. ✨My recommendations✨ Try the dirty chai latte and the fritters with halloumi cheese.
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Surry Hills Coffee Shop
@digitalnomadtravel
Sometimes hard to find a seat but if you score one, come hungry because the breakfast is great!
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CLAVE CAFE
@digitalnomadtravel
Nice work ambiance with several veggie options.
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Cocu Boulangerie
@digitalnomadtravel
A French inspired bakery cafe with a nice ambience. The pastries and coffee here are great. There are some seats with power sockets.
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Details
Rebelión
@digitalnomadtravel
Has more outside seating then inside which is great on a nice day but be very careful with your belongings. Good lunch options and drinks!
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Al Diablo Coffee Roasters
@digitalnomadtravel
Acai bowl and a croissant, with an iced latte was my go to order here! Pro-tip, order at the counter then walk to the very back of the place to find a cute patio that usually has seats and is shaded - perfect for working al fresco.
Add to
Details
HACIENDA COFFEE COMPANY
@digitalnomadtravel
A spacious looking café next to plaza Armenia. Hacienda has a bright and spacious feel, with great coffee and juices for selection.
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Details

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CURATED BY
Hi, I'm Khara 👋 I live to explore and taste my way through different cultures and cities, while working remotely and enjoying the perks of digital nomad life. When I am not out in the world, I call Los Angeles homebase and I love exploring California with my pup Roman. You're probably thinking... why should I trust her and how do I know she even has good taste!? Great questions! Here's the thing - I've already done the research, spent the time (and $$) doing the trial and error, trying the not-so-great places and eating some things that may have even gotten me sick! 🙃😣 All so YOU don't have to. 😃😜 So if you don't feel like reading countless blogs, combing through yelp reviews and pulling your hair out trying to narrow down lists on Trip Advisor, then take my advice - promise I won't steer you wrong.🍴✈️ 🌎
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