RUTA 40, ARGENTINA
Route 40 is an Argentinian highway running from Cabo Vírgenes, in Santa Cruz province, Patagonia, to the border with Bolivia in the city of La Quiaca, in Jujuy province. It runs parallel to the Cordillera de los Andes (Andes mountain range), with many sections running through or near national parks. It is Argentina’s longest highway and it runs in a north-south direction, passing through many of the country’s most interesting areas.
Where to eat on Ruta 40
El Patacón: Argentine cuisine. Regional products, beef, barbecues, Patagonian lamb, trout, a deep sea cod called “merluza negra”, and homemade pastas are some of the specialties. This restaurant is located on Av. Bustillo – Km. 7 , Bariloche, Argentina,
Don Bartolo Restaurante: Their specialties are grilled meats and pizzas. It is located at Sarmiento 125, Río Gallegos, Santa Cruz, Argentina.