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Fantastic news for Buenos Aires foodies, and by foodie I mean anyone that knows that most of life’s greatest pleasures come in the form of carbohydrates. Start September off right by checking out the first edition of Apetito Festival Gourmet

Palermo Beer Fest is the perfect excuse to walk away from your Netflix queue and actually do something with your life. If that something involved drinking that is. Starting at midday, this craft beer party will be invading the rooms …

Attention food lovers, Feria Masticar, the biggest Food Fair in Buenos Aires, will be back in Palermo from the 5th until the 8th of May. This year the food fueled joy will spread beyond El Dorrego’s patio, all

 
This year’s annual Venezuelan food festival is just around the corner. If you’re like us – a lover of all things breaded and dipped in oil, then you may have already heard of, or even attended the the other

Scrap your Netflix-sushi-delivery plans for the weekend. The third edition of El Cine Cocina Festival brings great food and beautiful cinema together in one place and will be taking place from October the 31st to November the 6th.

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Despite sounding a bit like the sequel to the Dream Girls movie, “Sparkling Nights” is an evening of espumante-tasting that set to hit Hotel Panamericano on November 4th, 5th and 6th from 6 PM to 11 PM. Also, let

In line with the start of Spring, Hanami & Co is living up to its Japanese name, “watching the cherry blossom bloom” by hosting a Japanese fiesta this weekend: Kermesse “Japón Made in Argentina” II – a fusion of arguably, …

As yet another consequence of European immigration, the term copetín comes from the Genoese dialect, cuppetin, which means aperitif or light snack to eat with your drink before a meal. Unlike the light snack, the copetín follows two rules in …

No plans for the weekend? How about round two of pizza-muching, spaghetti-slurping and limoncello-downing? Yep, that’s right. If you missed last Sunday’s Llega Al Dente! event that took over Palermo’s Gorriti street for the day, fear not because all things …

What makes a dish particularly Argentine? Sure chimichurri helps, but it’s a question that is trickier than you might think to answer. Luckily for us, the Raiz Festival Gastronomico (food fair) is here to help and is giving all of