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Happy New Year everyone! And welcome to the first edition of ‘What to Do in Buenos Aires this Weekend’ of 2018. We know how hard it can be to get back to work after the holidays, so we’ve got lots …

As our favorite museums, theaters, and cultural centers all grind to a halt for summer vacation and legions of porteños begin their exodus to the Atlantic coast, another year in Buenos Aires comes to a close… And it’s time to …

First it was a restaurant called New York Style Pizza that seemed to pave the way for this new trend. Then just recently, Hell’s Pizza restaurant opened in Palermo Hollywood, offering slices that could easily pass for something you could …

Culinary tourism is becoming an increasingly important part of travel, with the World Food Travel Association estimating that 15-35 percent of all tourism spending goes on food and drink. Considering eating is awesome, it really comes as no surprise, and …

Although some of us weren’t quite sure we’d make this far into the year, another week (thankfully) is over, and the days left in 2017 can be counted on two hands. A full three days of rest and relaxation are …

After a tumultuous week in the city — and some torrential rain to go along with it — another weekend is finally upon us, providing a brief respite from the hectic, end of year madness (anyone try to navigate through …

At 27 years old and number 26 on Latin America’s 50 Best Restaurants list, Pedro Bargero is one of the fast rising among chefs cooking in South America today. Now head of the kitchen at Chila, a restaurant located in …

We’re just days away from the festive season and hopefully your Nochebuena invite is already lined up. But what to bring, booze-wise, to the table? For the past 350 days, I’ve sampled hundreds of wines as well as spirits to …

As the holidays begin to creep closer, signs of Christmas are starting to pop up around the city. Artificial trees and colored lights abound — just take a stroll down any major avenue like Corrientes. Another three day weekend is …

With just one month left in 2017, many art exhibits, musical series, and film cycles are winding down as the impending threat of summer’s heat drives flocks of porteños away from Buenos Aires to take refuge along the breezy Atlantic …