iLatina, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Discovering Latin America with Every Bite at iLatina

Flavor. That’s what I look for in food. Bold, dangerous, and sometimes just downright confusing flavor.

In Buenos Aires, spicy, sour, and smoky are harder to find than a pastry that isn’t drowning in dulce de leche

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The Jueves a la Mesa duo, courtesy of their Facebook page.

Jueves a la Mesa: Brand New Location, Same Delicious Vegetarian Eats

Article by Rachael Leonie.

If you’ve ever watched a Hollywood rom-com, you know what a meet-cute is (and if you’ve ever watched The Holiday you’ll remember it outlined perfectly, verbatim). It’s the scene in a movie when a couple comes

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kensho Closed Door Restaurant in Buenos Aires

Kensho: The Raw Closed Door

Article by Claire McKeever.

Organic, vegan and raw aren’t three words I’d normally associate with a restaurant in Buenos Aires but with new juice bars, yoga studios and healthy eateries cropping up everywhere, it’s no wonder closed

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Source: iLatina

Your Weekly Closed Door Guide: July 3 – 5

By Kevin Vaughn.

Want to try out the local closed door scene but don’t know where on Earth to start? Try out these five menus chosen by our resident taste-setter and fellow closed door chef, Kevin Vaughn.

Ocho Once Maison 

The Onda


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Your Weekly Closed Door Restaurant Guide: June 19 – 21

This list of weekly recommendations is compiled by our resident taste-setter, Kevin Vaughn.

Club M Omakase

The Onda

Hidden away above Palermo’s popular Bar Du Marché sits Club M Omakase, a traditional Japanese sushi bar. The space is simple and elegantly

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Lo de Julio Exists. I Went There.

By Vivi Rathbone.

Kevin and I were wandering through Colegiales.  My high-heeled sandals were slowing me down as we crossed cobblestone streets in the dark.  Kev walked patiently as I regretted my shoe decisions, laughing the entire time

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Source: La Cocina Discreta

Your Weekly Closed Door Guide: June 12-14

By Kevin Vaughn.

This city sometimes feels like it is absolutely undiscoverable. No matter how much you know, there is always something new to find and fall in love with. The closed door restaurant scene is emblematic of that constant sensation

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Cocina Sunae Buenos Aires Closed Door Restaurant

Your Weekly Closed Door Restaurant Guide: June 5 – 7

By Kevin Vaughn.   

Buenos Aires is full of surprises waiting to be uncovered. And the closed door scene exemplifies that, with some 40 active projects and new ones popping up all the time. But from the outsider’s perspective, it can be

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Toro 777 Buenos Aires Closed Door Restaurant

Your Weekly Closed Door Restaurant Guide: May 28-31

By Kevin Vaughn.

You’re making me drool Buenos Aires. If you need evidence that the food game in Buenos Aires is in the midst of a beautiful revolution look no further than the closed door scene. New spaces are opening up left and right

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Io Sono Shokuhin Japanese Closed Door Restaurant in Buenos Aires 3

Italy And The Orient Behind Closed Doors: Io Sono Shokuhin

by Kevin Vaughn.

It was Friday night, about 8pm and I was sitting in a stuffy classroom at the Facultad de Economia. A relevant aside, scheduling lectures exclusively on Monday and Friday nights should be punishable

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