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Masticar has come and gone but fear not, fellow gourmands, because Buenos Aires Food Week is just around the corner.

From October 1st through to the 14th, BA food week will be hosting its 12th edition, which will see 44

Five years ago, if someone announced that they were vegan in Buenos Aires I have a sneaky suspicion that stones would have been thrown at them. Pitchforks would have appeared, and the angry mob would have descended. Half-a-decade later and …

The rolling green hills and open skies of Córdoba, a 90-minute drive from the eponymous capital, set the scene for one of the province’s top dining spots. Setting up shop in La Cumbre wasn’t exactly a bed of roses for …

Florida, Corrientes, Defensa: When it comes to notable streets and avenues, Buenos Aires puts forth some heavy-hitting candidates. Egged on by insistent guidebooks, newcomers are told that if their visits to the city don’t include strolls down these thoroughfares, it

The time has come, guys. Yesterday, under a bright-blue sky and unseasonal sunshine, the 2018 edition of Feria Masticar kicked off at El Dorrego in Colegiales. The most important food fair in Buenos Aires – and by default, Argentina – …

Food trucks are everyone’s answer to a quick and easy meal. For starters, the snacks on offer are cheap and of good quality. It is also a far more pleasant experience than eating in a fast-food restaurant; instead of munching …

For those gourmands who missed out on the competition for the best milanesa in Buenos Aires, or vote for the best burger, look no further. The race for the best parrilla returns to the city at the end of this …

For the past several years, Buenos Aires has made a concerted effort to expand its food and drinks scene, hoping to transform the “Paris of Buenos Aires” into a gastronomic playground true to its name.

As part of the initiative

Let’s be honest. On a raw, wintry day, tucking into a big bowl of soup feels like the only rational activity. When your feet have been damp for what feels like weeks, when you no longer remember what a blue

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noun

a person or thing regarded as a representative symbol or as worthy of veneration.

The name Jim Delligatti probably doesn’t ring a bell, does it? He could be any accountant or lawyer in pretty much any …