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Darling, haven’t you heard? Aperol Spritzes are like, so over, and anyone who’s anyone is sipping on its bolder, more sophisticated relative, the Negroni. This classic cocktail, made up of Campari, vermouth, and gin, has an intense flavor that …

As one of the world’s most carnivorous capitals, Buenos Aires can be tricky if you’re a plant lover looking to eat well. Even for those of us who love nothing more than chowing down on a good hunk of bife

With the return of the cold after a few balmy days, and grey, stormy skies above, it’s never been more appealing to stay home and hunker down to catch up on your favorite Netflix series. Staying home, however, would really …

Trying to compare Argentine pizza with its Italian relatives over in Europe is like comparing mate and mocha; it’s just nonsensical. That said, it can be very difficult not to get the points cards out to see how they stack …

We all like to get out of the kitchen every so often and treat ourselves to a well-deserved meal, which isn’t a pre-packed sad desk lunch or over-the-top dinner. But with the economic situation being less than ideal (to say …

This Friday, the 25th of May, marks the first of two national holidays that celebrate Argentina’s independence. For those of you who have studied history, you’ll know it was a slow, but steady process that started with the May Revolution …

How is May almost over? It’s that time again: we’re close to the big 25. This year marks the 208th anniversary of the establishment of Argentina’s first government (the Primera Junta), a precursor to independence. Luckily for us, …

As the cold kicks in, and the skies cloud up (again), it’s time to start thinking about hygge-fying your life. You know, that lovely Danish concept — in English, roughly translated as the art of coziness — including lots …

Speciality coffee seems to be something of an obsession in Buenos Aires at the moment, a stark change from just a few years ago when expats were bemoaning the limited options available in your average porteño café. For a country …

A drawback of living in Buenos Aires is that it’s geographically far from pretty much everywhere else. Fortunately, people from ‘everywhere else’ are right here in Buenos Aires, transforming the city into an international hub for the cultures of Latin …