Set in vibrant Buenos Aires is the world renowned Cafe de los Angelitos. While the cafe plays host to national celebrities throughout the day, your visit begins in the afternoon. The venue's interior is an appealing Rococo style. Semi-formal attire is suggested as you dine on a three course, traditional Argentinian meal. Then it's time to sit back, relax, and enjoy an exciting authentic Tango performance.
Argentina is famed for its steak. The Cafe de los Angelitos has prime cuts of beef and much more. Receive your choice of a flavorful entree, main dish, and dessert. For beverages, the cafe serves you a choice of either a half bottle of wine, a bottle of mineral water, a soft drink, coffee, or tea. You're sure to enjoy this lavish meal, but the real excitement begins when the dancers take the floor.
The spirited Tango performance at Cafe de los Angelitos can not be overstated. Beautifully choreographed and costumed, the show is sure to delight audience members of all ages. "Tango" is an African word, meaning drum, or dancing place. With European and African cultural influences, the Tango dance originated during the late 19th century in Argentina's lower-class districts within Buenos Aires and Monteverde.
Here, true professionals dance varieties of the Tango, moving to the beat in ways so graceful your feet may ache with envy. Speaking of the beat, Cafe de los Angelos features only the top musicians. A nice surprise is the small orchestra, with a few choice virtuoso musicians, playing above the stage.
Remember to dress for the occasion and to bring your appetite for great food and lots of fun. This Buenos Aires tour is an opportunity to see the Tango performed to its perfection while enjoying a zesty Argentinian meal, so reserve your spot now.
Our transportation to and from the Tango Show and Dinner was good, and we met very nice people.