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The Urban Grocer in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires, Argentina. If images of steaks and tango come to mind you’re not alone. But there is so much more to this vibrant city, teeming with creativity, energy, and … Read more

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Gran Bar Danzon, Buenos Aires

By day, Buenos Aires is awash with super stylish, well-heeled porteños going about their daily business: shopping, chatting on their cells, or tucking into scrumptious steaks bigger than their designer … Read more

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Tegui, Buenos Aires

Located on a tree-lined residential street in Buenos Aires, Tegui is a standout restaurant in this city of impressive up-and-coming eateries. But if you didn’t know it was there, you’d … Read more

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Edible Tales in Buenos Aires

Edible Tales is a culinary concept that calls on diners to become active participants in ‘an unusually tasty experience’. The brainchild of food writers/ creatives, Rachel Khoo and Frankie Unsworth, … Read more

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Argentinian street artist Pum Pum

Strolling the streets of Buenos Aires, you can’t miss the creative and kooky street art. Girl power is in fashion and Pum Pum is ruling the walls. The artist’s vibrant … Read more

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Il Ballo del Mattone in Buenos Aires

Set in a hipster-laden neighborhood in Buenos Aires, Il Ballo del Mattone is a local hot spot where traditional Italian food is served up in an inspired, creative trattoria-like space. … Read more

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Guillermo Jones

The bluntness of the social messages in Buenos Aires-based artist Guillermo Jones’ digital art lends his work an endearing outsider-y quality, although he has had a formal art education. Jones … Read more

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San Telmo markets, Buenos Aires

San Telmo is shining. It’s Sunday morning and Plaza Dorrego and Defensa Street are dressed up with old pictures, paintings, music bands, antiques, and more. Claps identify the arrival of … Read more

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