In Once and a partion of Abasto neighborhood there are mainly orthodox Jewish ( women wear wigs and long skirts, men wear hats and kipa ). There are a few kosher restaurants and stores in the area as well as several social institutions like Hebraica, Amia. These neighborhoods along with Villa Crespo ( more progressive Jewish ) are the main places where traditionally Jewish people lived. In recent years a lot chose Belgrano as well.tangobob said:I did notice a lot of Jews around Pasture y Tucaman and wrote about it in my Blog. I did ask some rather tongue in cheek questions here http://tangogales.wordpress.com/2009/05/30/something-new-every-day/
maybe someone could answer them.