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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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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.

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The Onda

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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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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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Casa Coupage: Buenos Aires Closed Door Restaurant for Wine Lovers 8

After Dining At Casa Coupage, No Other Restaurant Will Ever Please Us

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

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Your Weekly Closed Door Restaurant Guide: May 19 -25

By Kevin Vaughn.   

Buenos Aires is a city filled with secrets waiting to be discovered. Behind a random entrance to an apartment building could be the best meal in Buenos Aires. The closed door restaurant scene is active with more than

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You Can Be a Vegetarian in Argentina, If You Can Cook. Jueves a la Mesa Comes To The Rescue.

Article by Sharon Salt.

You might already know Sofi and Meghan from Jueves a la Mesa, a popular puerta <a href="http://juevesalamesa.wordpress.com/

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Recoleta 1343: Cape Town’s Closed Door Opens in Buenos Aires

Review and Photos by Sharon Salt.

When Michelle Raymond let us in to her apartment building, she was all smiles. We walked together down a long, airy corridor with the crown molding and large mirrors you can only

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I Latina with Chef Mun: Fusion of Fusion

I was wearing four inch heels but Mun insisted we take the bus.  We must have looked odd to the other passengers; a very tall American in a loud, red skirt, trying to keep her balance

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El Tejano Texas BBQ Closed Door Buenos Aires BBQ Corn

El Tejano, Texas BBQ and Hot Sauce

Meet Larry, a Buenos Aires expat from Texas, with a knack for making some great BBQ:

The Buenos Aires dining scene never becomes boring thanks to the closed doors and pop-up restaurants.  One such closed door, offering traditional Texas BBQ is El Tejano

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