The piece of prime real estate located at San Martín 1153 has had its fair share of culinary enterprises over the years, but now Doppio Zero’s Mariano Akman has moved in.
While New York City transplant Lisa Besserman was only meant to be on a working holiday for a few months, a business idea spurred her to take the plunge. That seed, which she founded with her savings, is Startup Buenos Aires.
It’s time for a new friendship to flourish and say yay to Chardonnay.
It’s graduation time at sommelier school in Buenos Aires. Remember my school mates’ faces: the class of 2014-15 could be guiding you through your next dinner or tasting.
The world’s only village exclusively dedicated to collecting marine algae is in Chubut, a province in Argentina’s Patagonia known for southern right whale spotting, sheep breeding, and omnipresent winds.
La Carnicería is selling food porn – one smoky bite and you’ll be taking out an annual subscription to this new Palermo meatery.
New to Buenos Aires or not feeling cool enough to brave a bar on your own? Tour + apéritif x Fuudis = the Aperitour.
Puerto Natales, Chile, is a thriving town with five-star hotels and plenty of tourists (thanks to the nearby Torres del Paine national park). But its beginnings are far more humble: it was once a hub for sheep breeding.
The Singular’s second hotel in Santiago de Chile is perfectly located for exploring the hip Lastarria neighbourhood.
What do you call a Taiwanese man who lives in Mendoza? ‘Mendochino’. Introducing editor and translator Yu Sheng Liao.