Music Nights at Nelson Road

3rd September 2018

Tuesdays and Thursdays are music nights at our Greenwich restaurant, hosting regular performances of Argentine, Latin and jazz singers and musicians. The Orangery at Nelson Road is a wonderful venue for such occasions, with lots of space and an intimate atmosphere. Come by for dinner and make believe you’re in downtown Buenos Aires for the evening.

Tuesday October 30, 7.30pm
The cool jazz of ace saxophonist Ian Bumstead makes perfect listening for an autumn evening.

Thursday November 1, 7.30pm
We welcome Brazil-born guitarist and singer Marcelo – ‘Chello’ – Santos to Buenos Aires Café for the first time, playing his own brand of bossa nova, blues and rock.

Tuesday November 6, 7.30pm
Aussie vocalist Trudy Kerr sings with us again, accompanied by another BA favourite, Andrea Vicari on piano.

Thursday November 8, 7.30pm
Buenos Aires-born vocalist and guitarist Guillermo Rozenthuler performs his heartfelt mix of tangos and milongas, romantic boleros and canciones.

Tuesday November 13, 7.30pm
Brilliant Italian-American vocalist Jessica de Guidici sings jazz, blues and rock classics, accompanied by pianist Christian Vaughan.

Thursday November 15, 7.30pm
Brazilian bossa nova and samba, with the wonderful Ines Loubet.

Inez Loubet

Tuesday November 20, 7.30pm
We’re delighted to welcome back fab saxophonist Derek Nash to Greenwich – a long-standing member of the Jools Holland R&B Orchestra and his own band Sax Appeal.

Thursday November 22, 7.30pm
Rafael Lijtman is back in Greenwich performing his unique, bluesy Latin rhythms.


Tuesday November 27, 7.30pm
Critically acclaimed husband and wife jazz duo Sarah Moule and Simon Wallace join us again in Greenwich, performing everything from great American standards to the songs of Kirsty McColl.

Thursday November 29, 7.30pm
Brazil-born guitarist and singer Marcelo – ‘Chello’ – Santos’s second Greenwich date this month, playing his own brand of bossa nova, blues and rock.

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16th January 2015

Welcome to the new Buenos Aires Café website. We hope you like our new look and can find everything you want to know about us, the Argentinian food and wine we serve – and of course our restaurants and cafés.


This is our first blog post and so we thought we’d tell you about what we’ve been up to over the past few months. Well first of all, as you may be aware already we’re opening a new, larger Buenos Aires Café in the heart of Greenwich. It will be a cross between our existing café and restaurant, with more space and a garden out the back. We will be open in the morning for coffee and pastries and won’t close until late at night, after we have served the last steaks and pizzas. In between you will be able to drop by for coffee and cake, one of our famous empanadas or the full menu from noon until closing. We aim to serve Argentinian tapas (or picadas), too, early evening, with a glass of wine, a Quilmes beer or an aperitif. At weekends we are planning to serve breakfast till late-morning for those lazybones who can’t get out of bed – and of course our pizzas, choripan, burgers and steak sandwiches will be available at all times for hungry market-goers to take away.


We hope to be opening just as the weather gets warmer in the spring, but in the meantime you should know that we’re starting all-day dining in Blackheath too at the weekends, so drop by and see us there. And follow us on Twitter, Facebook and all the rest for all the latest news, updates and events.

All-day dining starts at our Blackheath restaurant on February 6.


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