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A Taste of Ecuador, in Palermo

A Taste of Ecuador, in Palermo March 31, 2011 | Events, Food, What's New | Read More
Dazzle your tastebuds with some new flavors at the Festival Gastronómico de Ecuador, presented the first three days of April at Palermo’s Club Serrano in conjunction with the Ecuadorian embassy. The festival will feature the vibrant flavors of typical Ecuadorian cuisine, with samplings and full...

BA’s Best Bites: Pizza

BA’s Best Bites: Pizza March 31, 2011 | Food | Read More
Steak is typically the name of the game when meal time rolls around in Buenos Aires. But with all of the Italian influence in the Argentinean capital, pizza is staple in the local diet and probably some of the best available on the South American continent, provided you know where to go and what to order....

Celebrate Valentine’s Day the BA Way

Celebrate Valentine’s Day the BA Way February 7, 2011 | Events, Food, Romantic, What's New | Read More
Romance isn’t tough to come across in Buenos Aires, a classic city with grand architecture, charming neighborhoods, and an abundance of historic cafes and corner bars, meaning that Valentine’s Day ought to be a cinch for lovebirds. The only challenge is to find the best Valentine’s...

Dining In in Buenos Aires’ Puerta Cerrada Restaurants

Dining In in Buenos Aires’ Puerta Cerrada Restaurants September 27, 2010 | Food, off the beaten path, Romantic, Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
When you’re trying to decide where to go out to eat in Buenos Aires, staying in – in someone else’s home, that is – is becoming a more common option. The concept of private ‘closed door’ restaurants, or puerta cerradas, is nothing new, but several enterprising BA-based chefs and hosts...

Supermarket Snaps from the Inside in Buenos Aires

Supermarket Snaps from the Inside in Buenos Aires July 8, 2010 | Food, off the beaten path, Travel Tips, What's New | Read More
A trip to the supermarket – it’s one of those easy adventures to be had when traveling. Surely it will involve some element of confusion, surprise, delight, and perhaps a moment or two of stomach-turning disbelief. Above all, supermarket browsing in a foreign country is an eye-opening peek...

Buenos Aires’ best lunch for $5

Buenos Aires’ best lunch for $5 June 16, 2010 | Food, off the beaten path, What's New | Read More
photo by Elizabeth Gleeson Everyone likes a lunch deal – save a few bucks during the day and splurge on your supper, and BA ought to be full of them. With the favorable 4 pesos-to-the-dollar exchange rate, one would think that a dirt-cheap lunch is easy as pie. The truth is, Argentina’s inflation...
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