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When 350 oenological revellers gather in a single room with the sole intention of making some serious juices flow, it can only mean one thing: Premium Tasting is back in Buenos Aires.

Most recently seen in Mendoza in August, and …

It’s the last thing I would expect to be placed in front of me at a parrilla as Pedro Peña, co-owner and head asador of La Carniceria, feeds more wood to a blazing fire just a foot in front

We all know El Dorado of wine is hiding somewhere between Mendoza and Salta, but if your budget or schedule has you tied to Buenos Aires you still have some pretty great options for getting your hands on the good …

This one is dedicated to all of the moms and mom fans out there. Put on some TuPac, call the best mom you know, and head out for a weekend that is full of options to show your appreciation. …

Everyone is on the same page at El Tejano. And if you aren’t, you better get your shit together real quick. Owner Larry Rogers doesn’t mince words. Sit down, eat your food and get packing. If you didn’t make …

This Sunday the greatest pitmasters and asadores in the country will be setting up shop right in front of the Obelisco to compete for the “Best Asado Maker In The Country” title in the first National Asado Championship ever. This …

My fellow city dwellers: like the arrival of disappointing news about the state of economy, the weekend’s perpetual return is here! We’ve got a fresh list of ways to mask the abandonment issues that the pope skipping out on visiting

There’s no doubt about it. Buenos Aires’ closed door restaurant scene is still very much a thing. Despite a steady influx of new contenders, few have managed to combine that trademark intimate, almost homey feel with a gastronomic experience worth …

This is a burger the way it’s supposed to be. A freshly baked bun, meat cooked to a juicy medium rare, cheese that sticks to the paper before gluing itself to your face, and a handful of fresh and simple

The rolling countryside of Mendoza is laden with more than 1,500 wineries. But it’s not all about the vino. The region also lends itself to outdoor activities like bicycling, horseback riding and – my personal favorite – eating.

Situated …