Stay in Hollywood, hang in Soho.
That’s what I always tell friends that are coming to visit. Despite the flood of galleries, bars, restaurants and shops that have overtaken Palermo Hollywood and its equally hip neighbor
True to form, pastrami became a thing in Buenos Aires from one day to the next. No aviso previo, not a single heads up, just a hey guys, I’m here. Even a paro naciónal gives a brother some warning
Article by Brennan Lake.
Sorry, Ateneo didn’t make the list.
Forrest Gump might have said “Life is like a book store in Buenos Aires.” For a city that abounds with bookstores, it can be surprisingly hard to find what you are looking
I’m not much of a bruncher. But before you light those pitchforks, let me explain. I’m not one to turn down salmon gravlax or eggs benedict (read: I don’t turn down food; read: cook for me!). I will welcome with open
Article and Photos by Sharon Salt.
Nestled in the middle of its block in Palermo Hollywood, Home Hotel is a small oasis amidst the hustle and bustle of Buenos Aires. When its owners Patricia O’Shea
By Kevin Vaughn.
As we left the comedor of Casa Coupage, my eating partner, socia and general favorite lady pal Evy said to me, “Sometimes perfection seems effortless”. That’s exactly how I felt in that moment, and how I still
The ‘organic movement’ has not caught on in Argentina as it has in the states. With fewer consumer options and a different commerce structure you won’t find an organic produce section in the grocery store. While grass fed beef
By Vivi Rathbone.
Winter was the season of despedidas. The economy took a turn for the worse and the weather grew cold and expats started to question why they tolerate the total locura of this city that seems to suffer needlessly and thrive on chaos
Ten years ago, there were no cookies in Argentina. Argentines were high consumers of alfajores and shortbread, but there was nothing comparable to a gourmet, high-class cookie. No chocolate chip, no oatmeal raisin, no peanut butter: no cookies