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Entries with Keyword cafe

A city teeming with entrepreneurial energy and creative spirit, Buenos Aires is an apt fit for the coworking model. Perhaps unsurprisingly, coworking spaces have gained major traction: they offer an alternative to the expensive prospect of a small company making …

We’ve all been there. You start your Saturday night with too much Fernet and the next thing you know, it’s Sunday afternoon. You can barely remember the number of clubs you went to, let alone the number of people you …

Palermo, a neighborhood renowned for its trendy bars and dingy nightclubs is also home to something a little less vivacious: bookshop cafés. 

This week, for me, was one of those weeks. You know the ones, those in which you

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 …

You’ve finally fallen for the specialty coffee wave, and have moved from the traditional cortado to the more intense and trendy flat white. You’ve tried almost everything on the chalkboard, from the classical americano to the more scientific sounding 

Hello there my fellow digital nomads. You’ve made your way to Buenos Aires and have quickly found out there’s free WiFi in almost every café. Awesome right ?! But what’s wrong with the coffee? And are milanesas really all there …

Are you pretty serious about coffee? Like verging on obsessive and can’t start a day without one? Then, from one coffee addict to another, let me introduce you to LAB, a new(er) coffee shop come coffee ‘training centre’ in Buenos …

It’s cold in Buenos Aires, which is an unpleasant surprise for which I hadn’t prepared when leaving the perpetual grey of Great Britain for the “tropical shores” of Latin America. I certainly hadn’t envisioned wearing a scarf, or anything other …