Alta Gracia is a city located in the north-centre of the province of Córdoba, Argentina. Its name means "High Grace". It is built upon the Sierras Chicas, in a region that the Comechingón Indians used to call Paravachasca. It has about 43,000 inhabitants (2001 census [INDEC]).
Things to do in Alta Gracia
4 based on 415 reviews
This restaurant has excellent food and service. We found the staff very pleasant and there was a large variety of food cooking in a Spanish fashion. Also the flamenco music played was familiar to us from our visit to Servilla. This restaurant was recommended by our hotel and I would recommend it to others.
4.5 based on 80 reviews
I know this place in Alta Gracia, Cordoba, Argentina. Food is delicious and orignial. They pay special attention to the products they use, always fresh and best quality. And the best of it, the chef´s excellent kindness as well as its staff´s.
4 based on 70 reviews
Nice place , very comfortable and very good attention .The coffee is very good, not excellent as it might be.
4 based on 16 reviews
Descubrimos este magnifico restaurante con una deliciosa comida. Te poresentan una mesa de entradas para servirte libremente, El precio esta muy bien y la atencion tambien.
4.5 based on 101 reviews
We arrived after closing time, but the hostess was still willing to make a pizza for us and took the time to socialize. Incredibly friendly staff and the book shop is a nice extra!
3.5 based on 44 reviews
Excellent place for lunch or dinner. Wide variety of foods. It´s not very cheap but worth knowing. Attention is not extensive
4 based on 158 reviews
Excellent attention for all people.. Excellent food and wide variety . Represents the typical spanish food
4.5 based on 42 reviews
excelente la atencion , lacomida , parrilla completisima , probamos nutria , plato de la region , muy rico !!! buena relacion precio-calidad
4 based on 37 reviews
Four of us went for lunch about 1:30 in the afternoon. This place is fairly big. There was only one other table occupied besides our party of 4. You'd think that with only two tables, the server would have been a little more attentive. Service is much better in Buenos Aires.
The salad bar was pretty sad and only about 6 vegetables and 6 meat-type things, some identifiable, others in disguise. The grilled meat we had was very fatty, but very tasty. The french fries were scarce. Potatoes must be more expensive than meat? Our US25 per person was way over priced! If had been US13, it would have been appropriate.
It was supposed to be all you can eat, but when we asked for a little more meat, that's what we got...left over tiny pieces from the first grilling and we were informed that was the end of it.
Maybe at night it's better? Skip the lunch, though.
4 based on 21 reviews
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