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I’m trying to stay on my feet as the bus flies down the Panamericana passing what feels like an endless stream of mega shopping centers and strip malls. The clock is ticking uncomfortably close to my reservation time, and I …

Come Saturday or Sunday “morning”. Ok, sure, it could also be a Thursday. No judgment. You’re in bed, and keep asking yourself the same questions you struggled to answer the week before – and the one before that too. Why? …

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.

A selection …

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

Feel like celebrating spring’s long overdue arrival? Nothing says fun in the sun like caribbean beats and seriously delicious and soulful Venezuelan food, which is convenient because Sunday will play host to Venezuelan food fest Feria Sabores

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Palermo is full of so many great places to eat and drink that knowing where to start can be a challenge – this is especially true if you’re in the mood for something Italian.

Nestled on calle Bonpland, between Nicaragua …

This weekend was meant to set the stage for an epic as our favorite French food fairs – Le Marché and Le Petit Mercado – were taking place simultaneously. Sadly, news is in: due to the rainy weather Le Marché …

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 …

It’s 29th of the month. That means ñoquis are on the menu for dinner… again. I’m not going to complain, especially if they are covered in melted cheese.

But why exactly are we eating ñoquis today in Argentina, and …

It’s 29th of the month. That means ñoquis are on the menu for dinner… again. I’m not going to complain, especially if they are covered in melted cheese.

But why exactly are we eating ñoquis today in Argentina, and …