La Casa de Esteban de Luca, Buenos Aires

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The Casa de Esteban de Luca, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, is a historic house, once inhabited by the Argentine poet, soldier, Esteban de Luca, who wrote odes to General José de San Martín, as well to his victories in the battles of Chacabuco, Maipú, and other milestones in the Argentine War of Independence; his Marcha Patriótica was, briefly and until 1813, the unofficial Argentine National Anthem. De Luca was also the director of the National Munitions Works during the war, and lived in this residence until his death in 1824. The house was built in 1786 and declared a National Historic Monument in 1941. It is located at 383 Carlos Calvo Street, and currently houses a restaurant.
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  • August 15, 2016
    We were a holiday evening we toured the historic site, repairing in the original details of his lamps, its roof, its wood, finally the story tells that I live there Esteban de Luca 1824 until his death, he was a poet and Argentine military, director of the arms factory of Buenos Aires in the years following the revolution of May. The place is an Argentine national historical monument
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  • July 15, 2016
    The day 13/07/2016 was requested two boys to stop kissing because (copy textual Deluca Bistró Facebook "the behaviour of all of our guests is always according to the familiar place, why demand decorum.") "I only approached the table in question and told them that that Kiss was not for the place, in response answered me that if they could marry, well they could kiss your taste, if not they retired, to which I replied to them that there was no problem and order to cancel the order." a place so more good food that has be closed up to no change to their homophobic policies.
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  • February 10, 2016
    The place is located in the most tourist of San Telmo. The waiters were more concerned because care air conditioning to attract customers. We had wanted to take a wine but prices us desmotivaron taking into account that they offered came from mid-range priced very superior to any other restaurant. Friendly!
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  • February 8, 2016
    Meal was not particularly good. We were asked if it was ok for us to wait at least 20 minutes for our meal, and I definitely expected more than what we had after the wait.
  • May 8, 2017
    Interesting site
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  • June 28, 2016
    A cold chorizo steak! Nothing to do, wrong!
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  • July 26, 2015
    Do not go here. THE administrator does not have the concept of a good service. Firstly, the food we had was normal, at best. The Pope with my sandwich was made, and the beef stroganoff my girlfriend had was OK. The food at the table next to us turned to the kitchen, since it is served cold. My girlfriend ask special Stroganoff menu + drink + coffee for $150 but when got us the Bill we were charged $150 + $28, since call "coffee". We ask for a latte, but because they serve a cup of coffee with milk in a cup large we had to pay for a new one. The Manager was rude, told me that it was my problem, has no idea of service to the customer. DO NOT GO HERE. THE MANAGER HAS NO CONCEPT OF GOOD SERVICE. Firstly, the food we had was average, at best. The potatoe with my sandwich was undercooked, and the stroganoff my girlfriend had was okay. The food on the table next to us was returned to the kitchen because it was served cold. My girlfriend ordered the special menu of Stroganoff+drink+coffee for $150 but when we recieved the bill we were charged $150 + $28 because we asked for "coffee". We asked for a coffee with milk, but because they serve to coffee with milk in a bigger cup we had to pay for a new one. The manager was rude, I said it was my problem, I have no idea of customer service.
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  • June 20, 2013
    It is a quiet place and serving goodies. The waitress Ely has the best wave. Highly recommended.
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