Noche Argentina

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The Zollpackhof Berlin invites again this year to the “Noche Argentina”, a culinary and musical highlight that takes place as part of the summer BBQ World Tour. The event, which will take place on Thursday, July 13, promises South American joie de vivre at the highest level in the picturesque beer garden of the Zollpackhof.

Over the years, the “Noche Argentina” has become a fixed event and enjoys great popularity among friends of Argentina and South America. This year, top-class partners such as the Embassy of the Argentine Republic could be won to make the event even more exclusive.

Guests can expect a rich culinary offer with a delicious parilla, the finest beef and specialties of Argentine cuisine. This will be accompanied by excellent wines from Mendoza.

From 6 p.m., the “Noche Argentina” opens its doors to the general public, who can look forward to a South American fiesta. Visitors can expect a wide range of culinary delights, including Argentine specialties and refreshing cocktails. In addition, high-proof South American drinks such as gin and vermouth will be on offer. Musical entertainment will be provided by talented artists such as Nacho Daraio, Federico Attellis and tango dancers. Starting at 8 p.m., the band “Rojo Mix” will provide rousing music in the Zollpackhof beer garden.

Despite the South American flair, the usual ice-cold Augustiner Helles from the wooden barrel will also be available. Guests thus have the opportunity to enjoy Bavarian and Argentinean specialties in one evening.

The Zollpackhof is a historic location opposite the Federal Chancellery and was Berlin’s first excursion pub in the 1700s. With its rustic restaurant and quaint Augustiner beer cellar, it offers a unique atmosphere. The highlight of the beer garden is a horse chestnut tree that is over 150 years old, making it one of the most beautiful in the city.

For more information about the Zollpackhof Berlin and the “Noche Argentina”, please visit the website:

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