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Buenos Aires has a lot to offer. From its stunning architecture to its bustling arts and culture scene, there’s a plethora of reasons to love this city. But once you’ve set up camp in the city for a while and

Have an American friend that simply won’t shut up about football? Not fútbol but football (whose idea was it to name two great sports the same thing anyway?). They’ve probably been talking about Super Bowl 2019. In case you missed …

We’re approximately 124 days into the first month of 2019, and there seems to be no end to our misery in sight. We’re breaking into a sweat before our feet even hit the floor each morning, returning to the daily …

It’s almost that time of year in Buenos Aires: the temperature’s heating up (plus a few intense lightning storms), fake trees are appearing in the shop windows, the pan dulce is flowing, and you’ve suddenly realized you have yet to

It seems in Buenos Aires we have a competition for just about everything, the best milanesa, heladería, parrilla, coffee, hamburger… the list goes on. It was only a matter of time before somebody decided it was necessary …

It’s funny that no matter how dire things might feel in Argentina (hello, #macrisis), there’s always a never-ending list of cool new restaurants and bars to check out. Since it’s more important than ever to support local businesses, we’ve rounded …

Mass consumption in Argentina has dropped by 2 percent in the last quarter, compared to the same period a year earlier, according to a private report by Kantar Worldpanel consultancy.

With the Upper-lower class plummeting by 6 percent. “The period …

It’s that time of the year again. Temperatures are starting to rise, trees are beginning to show the first signs of blossom (and pollen), and the pharmaceutical market is about to make a killing as anti-allergy tablets fly off …

Latin America’s 50 Best Restaurants 2018 has officially crowned the top places to wine and dine on the continent, with Argentina claiming a whopping ten of the 50 spots.

On October 30th, some of the most well-travelled food critics, chefs, …

Arepas are a staple in any Venezuelan or Colombian’s diet, akin to pasta or pizza for an Italian. My “first time” at munching this corn treat was about three years ago after a night out in Barranquilla Carnival in Colombia. …