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We met at Boticario, that trendy bar in Palermo themed around the idea of an apothecary from yesteryear. The setting could not be more ideal: she sits in a chair she crafted, with a backdrop of a wallpaper she …

As a Libra (yep, I went there), I love love in all its forms. Mostly that means dogs and Neruda sonnets and having my forearm tickled as I fall asleep, but since February 14th is just around the bend, might …

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 …

The holiday season is officially upon us, and if you’re spending these fiestas in Buenos Aires, perhaps you’ve found yourself scrambling to make plans for Christmas or New Year’s Eve. Whether you’re an expat orphan that hasn’t been lucky enough …

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 …

Spring is perhaps the most beautiful season in Buenos Aires. The sunshine is beginning to warm up and there are still a few months to go before the miserably sticky heat of midsummer. It’s time to make the most of

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

Darling, haven’t you heard? Aperol Spritzes are like, so over, and anyone who’s anyone is sipping on its bolder, more sophisticated relative, the Negroni. This classic cocktail, made up of Campari, vermouth, and gin, has an intense flavor that …

Trying to compare Argentine pizza with its Italian relatives over in Europe is like comparing mate and mocha; it’s just nonsensical. That said, it can be very difficult not to get the points cards out to see how they stack …

I have barely shut the door behind me and Mariano Ramón launches into our interview. He bounces out of his seat from behind the bar, gives me a firm handshake and walks me in a circle around a tight kitchen