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    Authentic Argentine Asado: Where Can I Find the Best Steak in Buenos Aires?

    While wandering the streets of Buenos Aires, it is hard not to think that there is a parrilla, or steakhouse, on every block. Everywhere you look another local restaurant claims to have the best beef in town. In a city filled with options, it is important to know where to go for the best steak in Buenos Aires. When looking for a good Buenos Aires steakhouse, there are many excellent choices. It really just depends on the experience you are Read more
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    Three Best Romantic Cafes in Buenos Aires

    Maybe it’s date night with your significant other after a year of being together, or maybe it’s a first date. Either way, you don’t want it to be a dud. Being at the right place at the right time can change a couple’s story, and that is what this article is about: making a difference when it comes to going on a date (also: no better place than the cafes in Buenos Aires!). Buenos Aires has plenty of amazing spots for this; Porteños Read more
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    3 Cafes in Buenos Aires Loved by Locals

    Classic never goes out of style. This also applies for cafes in Buenos Aires that are respected and visited by many generations of Porteños. But really, why do Porteños love cafés so much? Perhaps because these are the places where they meet with people they love, where they have met a significant other, where they watch the match of the football team they are crazy about and where they have spent time laughing, studying and nourishing their Read more
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    Three Best Cafes in Buenos Aires to Go to With Friends

    Friendship enhances life, and cafés are a natural environment for friendships to flourish. They allow people to meet, have a conversation, look into each other’s eyes (that’s right—put down the smart phone), solve a problem, undertake a project and to generally just share time. Cafés allow friends to meet in a neutral ground, outside of the office and house, enjoy a cup of coffee and feel like they own the table for that short while. Read more
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    The Three Best Unknown Cafes in Buenos Aires

    It’s no secret that Buenos Aires has a huge café culture. Cafés are one of Porteños’ favorite spots; they love getting together around a table to discuss life, politics and the results of yesterday’s soccer match while sipping on a cortado. The variety of coffeehouses in every neighborhood of Buenos Aires is impressive, whether the coffeeshop’s style is old fashioned, trendy, bohemian, girly, simple, or even if they’re international Read more
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    Recommended Puerto Madero Restaurants

    Puerto Madero is the newest and most modern neighborhood in Buenos Aires. It was created around 20 years ago and renovated from the swampland outside of the city. Now it is the city's cosmopolitan center, with fancy hotels, beautiful parks and outdoor spaces and cutting edge restaurants. If you are looking for a upscale lunch or dinner out, here is a look at the top Puerto Madero restaurants: Economic Options [caption id="attachment_6262" Read more
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    Recommended Mendoza Restaurants

    What is better than Argentine wine? Argentine wine paired with delicious food, of course! Luckily, on your trip to Argentina's wine capital of Mendoza, you will be able to find plenty of both. Many wineries have built their own restaurants on-site, while other top notch restaurants cater their food to pair with wine from the region. It is a gastronomical paradise! [caption id="attachment_5881" align="aligncenter" width="600"] There are a Read more
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    Buenos Aires Market

    Buenos Aires Market, the largest outdoor market in Buenos Aires, is dedicated to bringing food from the farm to the table. Held during one weekend of every month, the principal producers of Argentine organic products meet in one location to sell their products. [caption id="attachment_5637" align="aligncenter" width="625"] The Buenos Aires Market is a monthly outdoor market that offers many types of organic food[/caption] This is a great Read more
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    Recommended Salta Restaurants

    Trying out local cuisine is a great way to discover the local traditions and customs of a new place. The northwestern region of Argentina has its own distinct cuisine, a combination of locally grown ingredients and flavors commonly associated with other South American countries like Bolivia and Peru. The cuisine is renowned for its unique flavors and incorporation of indigenous cooking. [caption id="attachment_5606" align="aligncenter" Read more
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    Planning a Trip to Mendoza

    Mendoza is located at the base of the Andes mountains to the west of Argentina. Home to over 100 wineries and vineyards, it is quickly becoming the epicenter of wine culture in South America. Mendoza wine tours and tastings are the perfect way to enjoy Argentina’s amazing selections. With many international gourmet restaurants, European style cafes and boutique hotels, it is no wonder that visitors to Mendoza return year after year. Apart Read more
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    Top 5 Brew Pubs of Buenos Aires

    We can imagine that in this land of wine it is difficult to find a good ice-cold beer, yet it is not impossible. In these 5 great brew pubs in Buenos Aires you can enjoy a good atmosphere, meet new people and have a pint (or three) of liquid gold. Buenos Aires now hosts more than 20 original microbreweries crafting great tasting beer, which are always a welcome break from the national favorite Quilmes and the popular foreign beers Stella Read more