When the weather is fine, the beer bars at this promenade stand out for their exquisite specialties, served on tables under the sky of Bariloche.
The City of San Carlos de Bariloche has a new urban attraction on weekends with fine weather: Paseo de las Picadas. Juramento and 20 de Febrero Street are turned into pedestrian roads and an outdoor stage is put up to present various art shows.
In the past, this spot used to be known as Rincón Cervecero (Beer Corner), as several pubs would serve craft beer along with delicious regional snacks. Today, in addition to the gastronomic proposal, there is a new attraction made up by street artists, including music in charge of rock and folk bands and a great deal of stalls selling handicrafts.
Once we got there, we went around the different stands in order to buy some handmade souvenirs we could take home at the end of our vacation. Though we did not intend to, we found ourselves staying longer and getting amused by a group of local comedians who entertained us with humor, wit and cunning. As the show finished, a couple of mimes prepared their presentation and we resolved to stay even longer.
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