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Buenos Aires has entered an alternate reality. The sun is white hot, Once is empty, none of the men have shirts on and there are beaches in the parks. You could escape, but why miss the opportunity to wander the …

A bottle of Valentina sits quietly amongst other hot sauces on a shelf off to the side of the room. Its orange top acts as a magnet that tunnels my gaze before I’ve taken in anything else around me. Paolo …

Beer and burger places are real popular in Buenos Aires. During the past year burger places seemed to flood in at an alarming pace throughout the entire city, particularly in Palermo.

Who knows, the crazy might be wrapping up soon. …

This weekend’s theme seems to be fabulous pairings. What are we talking about? Oh you know, things like Friday the 13th and spooky tours, comedy and beer, movies and food, and Meryl Streep and a microphone. Don’t let the

The stakes are high at Inmigrante. This is the first restaurant opening for Leandro Di Mare, known amongst local food geeks as the head chef of the famed (albeit now defunct) Tarquino. The latter was known for its over the

Every Friday and Saturday during January, the Buenos Aires City Government is welcoming food lovers and movie buffs to the Patio de los Lecheros, in Caballito, to catch a solid Argentine movie while getting their grub on with a …

Thom Nguyen’s eyes race around the room. Before leading the kitchen as head chef of the newly minted Sáigon, a Vietnamese street food joint located in a corner spot of the Mercado de San Telmo, he was running a more

UCO wants to change the dull, stale panorama of fish and seafood in Buenos Aires. First, by finding the best local producers the country’s coasts or rivers have to offer. Second, by preparing them in ways that enhance the cuts’ 

Now that you’ve had a couple of days to recover from the inevitable Christmas postprandial somnolence, it’s time to rally. You’ve got some serious despidiendo to do, and the city is here to help you say goodbye to 2016 with

When we decided to start this column over a cup of coffee and heavy 2016 brainstorming one fateful afternoon at LAB, I wasn’t completely convinced that Buenos Aires had it in her to give us enough interesting content for a