Bar Plaza Dorrego is good sized and right across from the plaza where tango dancers perform and vendors sell trinkets. It has been around a long time – I found one photograph dated 1904 – and the walls and furnishings look like they have not been replaced in a long while. It is full of character. The large u-shaped bar is the centerpiece of the room and the tables wrap around the walls. Windows are on a couple sides as the building as it’s on a corner. Photos line the wall and the bar is stocked with liquors and coffee. The staff were friendly and welcoming. We only stopped for coffee but it came with a little bowl of delicious amaretto cookies to snack on. They do offer sandwiches, steaks and pastires, but most people were just drinking. It felt like history surrounded us and was a wonderful place to pass a few restful moments.