Chef: Lucas Angelillo
Opened Tuesdays to Sundays and on Holydays from 11:00 to 19:00 hs. Mondays closed.
Fundación Proa’s second floor.
Information and reservations: firstname.lastname@example.org / 4104-1003
Summer terrace and Ron Mueck
An irresistible combination. After visiting the Ron Mueck exhibition and the space in Proa Library dedicated to Jack Vanarsky, visitors arrive at Proa Café, at the top floor, to conculde a splendid and gratifying visit. La vista al río, enmarcada por el puente viejo y la amplitud del cielo, le recuerdan al visitante que está en el barrio de La Boca, y que ha llegado hasta aquí para conocer lo mejor que ofrece el arte internacional.
The combination is even more atractive after looking through Chef Lucas Angelillo's menu, where we find a tempting offer of drinks, juicies, cakes and pastry.
Drinks: Garibaldi (Campari with orange), Gancia, Fernet or Gin & Tonic.
Natural juices: mango, peach & maracuyá, H. Lemonade (mint, ginger, honey & lime), carrots, oranges & ginger syrup, frutti di bosco with miny syrup.
Patry: Apple pie, rogelito, chocolate brownie, among other options.
New Summer Menu
Café Proa, by Chef Lucas Angelillo, releases its Summer Menu that includes a variety of main courses, appetizers, salads, sandwiches and desserts, and a new selection of pastry, snacks, natural juices and smoothies for enjoying an evening outdoor in the terrace, with a unique view of the river and the landscape.
From Tuesday to Friday, the Artists' Menu offers a main course, water or soft drink and a dessert or coffe for a more convenient price. And the younger ones may choose among the three healthy options of the Young Artists' Menu. The selection of main couses -pasta, steak or chicken with vegetables-, a wide variety of fresh salads and sandwiches, stand out on the menu. During the afternoon, you can choose among smoothies and juices of seasonal fruits, snacks, a selection of teas and coffee and delicious pastry.
From Proa's terrace, you can oversee one of La Boca’s most extraordinary landscapes, which has in fact been added to Argentinean Art History as it was portrayed in the works of Fortunato Lacámera, Víctor Cúnsolo and Benito Quinquela Martín, amongst other local artists. The rooftop is part of Proa’s Contemporary Space where local and foreign artists take over offering visitors new perspectives on the building. Currently, Gabriel Baggio, Irina Kirchuk and Andrés Paredes' interventions can be seen in the Café as part of the exhibition Fuga versátil.