Los Inmortales should be a top 5 traditional Buenos Aires pizza of everybody’s ranking. As opposed to most of the traditional pizzerias, Los Inmortales is more upscale and everything has less fat. The pizza is much thinner.
The original Los Inmortales opened in 1952, and the large Gardel sign that became the pizzeria’s symbol was erected in 1955. Los Inmortales (“the inmortals”) was named after the many writers, actors, singers and musicians that populated its tables in the heart of the bohemian and theater scene of Buenos Aires in the 50’s. Los Inmortales was founded by Felipe Fiorellini and “Chiche” Da Ciancia.
Now it has brached out and has some 6 restaurants, but I would recommend stick to the traditional one at Corrientes avenue. It is located at Corrientes 1369, between Talcahuano and Uruguay. It opens daily from 12 to 4pm and 8pm to late in the evening. One of the few traditional pizzerias that accepts almost all credit cards (Visa, Mastercard, Amex).