Buenos Aires

Beyond Patties and Buns: Best Burgers in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires, the sizzling city of tango, steakhouses, “bodegones” (and cheese pizza) and…wait for it…incredible burgers! Yes, beyond the world-famous churrasco, a delectable revolution is brewing on buns. From juicy, charcoal-grilled masterpieces piled high with chimichurri-drizzled provolone cheese to gourmet lamb patties nestled in artisanal sourdough, the burger scene in this vibrant city is as […]

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A Pizza Lover’s Paradise: Unveiling the Best Pizzerias in Buenos Aires

There are 1200 pizza restaurants in Buenos Aires and around 14 million pizzas are sold per year in the capital. It is, undoubtedly, one of the favourite foods of Argentineans. Understanding Pizza in Buenos Aires Pizza in Argentina, and in particular Buenos Aires, has evolved to have its style, as many other noways around the

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A Local’s Guide to Living as an Expat in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires has become an amazing city for expats. With the huge increase in remote work opportunities, digital nomads are more common than ever. And Argentina’s capital has a lot to offer. It’s not only the ever-decreasing peso’s value which causes a favourable exchange rate (1 USD is ~1000 ARS on the “blue rate” at

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The Best Bodegones in Buenos Aires for Traditional Argentine Cuisine

What is bodegon or fonda? “Cantina“, “fonda” or “bodegón” are words used to describe those restaurants which are not sophisticated at all, but authentic and pleasant. Their focus is to serve quality food at affordable prices. They are known for serving traditional and authentic Argentinean dishes that are often passed down through generations. They normally offer

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Plaza Mayor, the Best Panettone in Argentina

Argentina has strong Italian and Spanish roots caused by the colonies and the huge immigration during several wars in Europe. Therefore, Argentine cuisine is described as a cultural blending of Mediterranean influences brought by the Spanish during the colonial period and, later, by Italian and Spanish immigrants to Argentina during the 19th and 20th centuries, with influences from a further cultural blending of criollos (due to

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Top Places You Should Visit in San Telmo, Buenos Aires

San Telmo is the oldest barrio (neighbourhood) of Buenos Aires. It is a well-preserved area of the Argentine metropolis and is characterized by its colonial buildings, cafes, tango parlours and antique shops on its cobblestone streets, which are often filled with artists and dancers. It is known for its bohemian atmosphere, cultural richness, and unique character. This post contains some of the

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