I struggle to start writing about La Locanda, not because I disliked it (I loved it), not because of writer’s block, but because after half a bottle of merlot and two shots of Grappa (because we “did it wrong”
Gimme the soup, gimme the soup!
I mostly wanted to write this article to make a Biggie reference, but also to thank the BA food gods for finally getting up on their soup game. As many long-term expats can attest to, the local food scene has (tread lightly
Article by Kevin Vaughn, owner and head chef of the Mexican supper club MASA.
There is something about having to walk around Microcentro on a weekday that makes me wish for a second bubonic plague. There are people everywhere. And we are all trying
By Vivi Rathbone.
Simple food done well – soft, bright, airy atmosphere – hearty dishes served on vintage floral print porcelain – ending it all with a lovely little coffee – when paired with the right company, this could become
Esquina de los Flores is the most unique Argentine restaurant. It isn’t the fanciest, it isn’t the most exciting, but it is totally different than any other place I’ve been in the city. Esquina is an all natural, vegetarian restaurant
I was having a weird day. Normally when I go to sleep, I meditate on what I’m going to do the following day. I think about what time I’m going to wake up. I see myself making my bed, I choose my outfit in my mind. I make a mental
Buena Vida means good life. Good life like fresh squeezed lemonade with mint and ginger. Good life like being close to the parks in Palermo Chico. Buena Vida is a small cafe on Bulnes, with bright colors and buena onda.
They make a good, simple
Where does the time go? It seems like just yesterday that I was celebrating Meghan’s 25th birthday. We had an asado at Lenny’s house and it was the first time I tried provoleta. Those were the days we hung out with Colombian musicians
The city government of Buenos Aires takes great care to preserve and honor the great cafes which have withstood the test of time and maintain their architectural and cultural integrity. Seventy-three restaurants across the city are marked with the
Despedida (farewell) season is in full swing. This week it was Sophia’s turn, and we took her out for lunch to console ourselves in oily Spanish tapas at La Esperanza de los Ascurra, a Spanish tapas and vermouth bar in Villa Crespo.