Cerro Catedral Food & Nightlife

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Cerro Catedral Food & Nightlife

Villa Catedral Restaurants & Bars

Villa Catedral has a reasonable range of dining and drinking options, especially relative to other ski resorts in South America.

Cafes and Eateries

In addition to the on-mountain refugios and restaurants (see the Cerro Catedral services page) there are several day-time eateries and cafes in the village of Cerro Catedral, and the food court in the shopping mall provides very cheap eats.

There are also various chocolate shops where you can stop for a hot chocolate, a coffee, and nibbles of divine naughtiness.

Our fave day-time eatery in the village was Tage, an institution of Cerro Catedral. With yodelling music blasting from the speakers, they serve up filthily delightful waffles, hamburgers, toasted sandwiches and other quick meals.

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Cerro Catedral Restaurants

Whilst there is an abundance of day time dining options, restaurants for evening dining are a little more limited.If you are looking for something moer up-market you will need to head into Bariloche where there is a greater variety of restaurants to suit just about anyone's eating desires.

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Bars, Nightlife and Après

Whilst the rest of the world calls it “après ski”, Argentina calls it “after ski”! After-ski sometimes goes off at Cerro Catedral with music & dancing all fuelled by alcohol.

The village also has a handful of other bars. Party animals that need a huge variety of bars and clubs can head down to Bariloche where things won’t kick off until about 11pm.

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