Calle Bartolomé MitreThe best wines and traditional restaurants are around 9th of July Square and in Balcarse St. sitting under an umbrella on Balcarce, a street brimming with snazzy cafes and night spots.A recent night began with young men dressed as gauchos and women in frilly dresses and knickers, all dancing the zamba. Later, a succession of singing groups took the stage, ranging from a modern sextet to a troupe playing Andean music with indigenous instruments. The songs were of nostalgia and difficult love, the two great common denominators of Argentine music. The audience was mostly Argentine, too, and mostly from other provinces. But they knew the tunes; they clapped and cheered, and the women waved their napkins like handkerchiefs. The show went on all night.Apart from that this place has a lot of pubs and discos with a lot of different music like cumbia,rock, electronic, and pop music all this is included in all the variety of music that Salta the Beatiful can offer to the turists.
Tasty food, a rich musical tradition and powerful wines, the place should not be missed!!