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You’ve finally fallen for the specialty coffee wave, and have moved from the traditional cortado to the more intense and trendy flat white. You’ve tried almost everything on the chalkboard, from the classical americano to the more scientific sounding 

Chorizo hangs like clusters of bananas underneath the cool glass counter. ‘El Pibe Chori’, as they refer to him here, dances in bright yellow across the wall surrounded by his friends—a pingüino, a sifón and a squeeze bottle gushing …

The extensive cultural scene that Buenos Aires has on offer, allowing residents and tourists alike to profit from the city’s generous artistic agenda — one in which cultural cafés play a crucial role. It turns out that a cup of …

From Nov 10th to 13th, Roomie, the first pop-up store of its kind featuring independent design from Argentina, will be taking place in a secret location. If you’re looking to spend some of your hard earned pesos buying

This coming Sunday, November 13, at 8pm the group BA Ritmo is bringing serving up their first Hip Festival  as a great anti-Sunday plan to spend with friends on a Colegiales rooftop surrounded by all things hip hop.

BA Ritmo …

A theater show that is performed for just one audience member at a time. The first time I heard about the concept was from an experimental performance company speaking in a college course. They proposed it as their ultimate goal …

Let’s talk about centros culturales in Buenos Aires. Those hole in the wall spots that are scattered throughout every neighborhood. Seriously, they are everywhere, which is no surprise in a country where many people declare that culture is a basic …

All it took was a photograph of the “Kentucky Fried Codorniz” to get me on a bus straight to San Telmo. A small quail breaded and deep fried and served with the talons in tact and slightly curled underneath the …

Palermo.

That magical candy land that draws locals and foreigners alike. A hipster sanctuary and the ultimate point of convergence for philosophers and Rastafarians. Like Lesotho, it’s a kingdom within a nation. And it remains unfazed by the great afflictions …

While incredible wine and to-die-for meat are almost the standard here, getting your hands on a solid cup of tea can be a challenge. After possibly the coziest research endeavor ever, here are The Bubble’s recommendations to tea lovers finding …