Buenos Aires’ Asado culture has made the city a foodie travel destination. Many of the restaurants listed in guide books or travel sites aren’t the best places in the city to enjoy an authentic parrilla experience. The Parrilla Tour
By Kevin Vaughn. (You should know who he is by now.)
It’s not every Tuesday night that I end up at Soria sharing Honey Sours at 2am with two complete strangers. But that’s the wonderful part of the Buenos Aires closed door dinner scene. For one
By Sharon Salt.
Of all the foods and drinks most strongly associated with Argentina, empanadas, steak, alfajores, wine, and mate have got to be the top five. Normally I wouldn’t suggest eating them all in one meal, but when attending a <a href="http://www.theargentineexperience.com/
It’s Tuesday night at 9:30pm and I’ve been thinking about steak all day long. Finally I’ve made it to Las Cabras – a popular dinner destination for many a Porteño. Even early on a Tuesday the large dining room is filled
Dre and I quickly got settled into our BA vacation schedule. Wake up at eleven, site-see until three and then tuck into a three hour long lunch.
That’s when the day really got started. One rainy day I took Dre to Puerto Madero for one of my