Always the bridesmaid, never the bride, Villa Crespo has long been treated as the “forgotten step-sister” of bordering Palermo, which is arguably the most popular neighborhood in Buenos Aires for tourists looking
I’ve been getting familiar with the Buenos Aires art scene for a while now, bobbing in and out of a few gallery openings, or indulging in the occasional temporary art installation. I’ve taken my curious eyes all
Chinese food has been ruined for me by one evening where the stars aligned and I had Chinese take-out so delicious it made my toes curl. It was just two years ago, sometime between Christmas and New Years and I was visiting
Article by Sorcha O’Higgins.
The medianeras of Buenos Aires are a distinctly porteño architectural feature. Rising up to tower above the smaller-scale buildings in their shadows, these blank side walls of high-rise apartment buildings
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
Malvon is a favorite, but I use the word ‘favorite’ far too often, which negates its correctness. This funky, run-down house in Villa Crespo serves up a noteworthy weekend brunch, and we all know: brunch is my favorite favorite.