What’s the best way to spend a Saturday night in Buenos Aires?

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The first step to a successful Saturday night in Buenos Aires is plenty of rest, since things won't get going until much later. Our Forbes Travel Guide editors recommend taking a nap around 8 p.m., then heading to dinner at La Cabrera (where reservations are a must) around 10 or 11 p.m. After dinner, hit up one of Palermo Soho's better bars (Magdalena's Party if you're looking for a boisterous time with other foreigners who don't speak Spanish; The Oasis Clubhouse if you can swing an invite and want a more demure and regal atmosphere), then make your way to Niceto Club in Palermo, where you can catch a big-name band from Brazil, Europe or the States, or indulge in Lado B, the side of the club likely housing a dance night packed with the city's movers and shakers. If you find yourself up until the wee hours, stop into a café for a medialuna and café con leche before retiring to your bed before the sun rises.

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