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Happy hour, a time-honored tradition that brings people together to drink discounted alcohol and complain about their jobs, transcends geography and culture. What I mean by this: there is happy hour in Buenos AiresPorteños love to cap off

Picture this: you walk into the city’s coolest new bar and snag a seat before ordering your favorite drink. As you wait for your date to arrive, the bartender skillfully prepares the cocktail with finesse and flair. More often than …

Today (October 11th) marks the annual worldwide celebration of something that makes all our lives a little sweeter here in Argentina: dulce de leche. What better way to honor such a special occurrence than by eating (and drinking) everything …

I prepared for it all day long.

Lots of water, a bit of rest, some high tempo music to get pumped up on my way to the first stop. It promised to be a night to remember, an introductory class …

Whether you’re a drink aficionado or a full-blown foodie expert, we have found the perfect experience for you. As the culinary climate continues to develop in Argentina, the food and drinks market has been revolutionized. Consumers want better quality, fresher …

BASA is one of the hottest spots to sip and sup in Retiro. Located in a swank subsuelo just steps from Plaza San Martín, it’s a mash-up of sultry, swish bar vibes and a romantic candlelit setting. It is owned …

The winter months are behind us, and spring has officially sprung. This means we can finally break from the cocoons we made for ourselves and get back to interacting with something other than a Netflix account. And since we want …

Brace yourself world because Argentines are arming up in anger against an unfathomable insult made towards their most beloved drink: Fernet.

In a recent article, the website “Marketwatch” had the audacity to say that “Fernet-Branca tastes like mint-flavored shoe polish.” …

Following our stormy and drawn-out relationship with winter this year, it’s time for a breakup. We can show the cold season it’s officially over with a delicious exit strategy: dining outdoors. Lucky for us, Buenos Aires is stacked with terrace …

“It’s an acquired taste” they said to me the first time I tried Fernet-Coca and felt like I was drinking my Listerine, Cuba Libre style.

It will grow on you” they kept saying over the uncountable times