Buenos Aires is a vibrant city, renowned for its marvelous art and culture, welcoming people, great food and wines, and lively nightlife. In this site you will find all the information you need to know about Buenos Aires: current and upcoming cultural and sports events, places to visit, where to stay, the best museums, the most beautiful buildings and monuments. Below on the right you will find all this information listed by "Category".
And for the planning of your visit to Buenos Aires, I can offer my personal assistance organizing your itinerary and finding accommodation, as well as booking different services and activities, such as: City Tours; Day Trips; Tango Lessons; Tango Shows; Polo Lessons; Polo Vacations; Soccer Experience; Art Tours; Exclusive "off the beaten path" shopping tours, Argentine Cooking Classes, and much more!! (click for details).

French market "Le Marché" at Hipodromo de Palermo

On Sunday October 11th and Monday October 12th, 2015, from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm, an authentic French Market called "Le Marché" will be installed at the Hipodromo Argentino de Palermo, on Av. del Libertador & Dorrego, with over 25 gastronomic stalls run by some of the most renowned French chefs and restaurants in Argentina, such as: Azema Exotic Bistro, Astor Bistro, Bonjour Natural Bar, Chez Manu, Chomnalez Catering, Cocu, ISMM, Jean Paul Bondoux et Jérôme Mathe, L´Atelier de Céline, La Web Gourmet, Labán Pastelería, L’Épi Boulangerie, Les Olivier, Myette Catering, Topinambour, Un dos crêpes, Almacen 1249, Bodega Lariviere Yturbe, Cabaña Piedras Blancas, Compañía de Chocolates,  Gourmand Place, Guilab, Laboratorio de Helados, Julep, Kakawa, La Bohème, Mauricio Asta, Quesos La Suerte, Las Dinas, Nomade Comida Rica, Porto, Geson, The Crème Brûlée Co., Toute la Soupe, and more.

Visitors will have the chance to taste and purchase French bakeries and different specialties from the French cuisine, like Crêpes, flammekueche, terrines, spaetzle, vegetable and shrimp curry, poulleo aux achards, tarte au citron, Navarin, blanquette de veau, hot wine, cold cuts, goat/cow/lamb cheese, pissaladière, pain perdu, macarons, éclairs, madeleines, bread, grapefruit wine, waffles, boeuf bourguignon, jams, trufles, jambon à l’os, apple pie, ice creams, artisan cider, hot chocolate, brioches, pains au chocolat, croissants, sablés, pains au raisin, soupe à l’oignon, croque Monsieur, oysters, couscous, gavlax, fraisier, crème brûlée, topinambour soup, vichyssoise soupe, financiers, sacristain, mousse aux chocolat, bavarois, tarte tatin, aumônière au brie… and much more.

Furthermore, on Monday 12 the public will have the chance to visit the Hipódromo Argentino de Palermo and learn about it´s history through guided visits that will be held at 3 pm, 4 pm, and 5 pm.

Free entrance.
The events will be canceled in case of rain.

Autoclasica 2015 - Antique and classic cars exhibition

Autoclasica 2015, the biggest festival for classic cars and motorcycles in South America will take place between Friday, October 9th and Monday October 12th, 2015, at the Gardens of San Isidro Race Track (Hipodromo de San Isidro).
Autoclasica features 900 antique vehicles in their original state, and in perfect working conditions, as they were at the moment of their manufacture, including cars, motorcycles, utilitarians, buses, boats, farm machinery and military vehicles.
The exhibition this year celebrates the 50th Anniversary of Club de Automoviles Clasicos de la Republica Argentina, the institution dedicated to rescue and preserve the classic and historic vehicles.
Among the hundreds of brands represented by excellent units, this edition will particularly honor Bugatti, Ferrari, Citroen DS, and Peugeot 403 with special exhibitions.
For collectors, the classic "Autojumble" and the new "Motojumble", with over 100 stands offering antique pieces and accessories, books, models, and auto clubs stands from around the country.
On Sunday 11 a jury will award the most outstanding vehicles in every category of the Fédération Internationale des Véhicules Anciens (FIVA) in exhibition, and the "Best of Show” between autos and motorcycles of the year.

Dates: October 9, 10, 11, 12, of 2015
Opening hours: 9 am to 6.30 pm
Location: Hipódromo de San Isidro, Av. Santa Fe and Av. Márquez, San Isidro, Province of Buenos Aires.
Entrance: $ 120 Pesos. Children under 12: free
Parking: $ 80 Pesos - to  be donated to San Isidro Children´s Hospital (entrance on Av. Santa Fe & Av. de la Unidad Nacional)
Not suspended for rain.

10th Ancient Music Festival

San Ignacio de Loyola, the oldest church in Buenos Aires, located in the historic Manzana de las Luces, presents the X Ancient Music Festival, a program of concerts destined to raising funds for the restoration of the temple, a National Historic Monument built 300 years ago by the Jesuits.
The program will consist of Ancient Music and Latin American Baroque concerts, performed by outstanding groups from Argentina, Uruguay and Bolivia, that will take place every Tuesday between October 6th and November 17th, 2015 at the same church of San Ignacio de Loyola, located on Bolivar 225, San Telmo


Tuesday, October 6 - 8:00 pm:
Choir and Orchestra from Centro de Conocimiento de Posadas
Misiones, Argentina
Conductor: Emilio Rocholi

Tuesday, October 13 - 8:00 pm:
Ensamble Vocal e Instrumental de Profundis
Conductor: Critina García Benegas

Tuesday, October 20 - 8:00 pm:
Orquesta San Jose de Chiquitos
Conductor: Juan Mario Moreno Suárez

Tuesday, October 27 - 8:00 pm:
Capilla Cisplatina y Coro de Quilmes
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Conductor: Gabriel Garrido

Tuesday, November 3 - 8:00 pm:
Coro Ensamble Musica Prohibita
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Conductor: Pablo Banchi

Thursday, October 9 - 8 pm:
Ensamble de Indiorum
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Conductor: Pablo Claria

Tuesday, November 10 - 8:00 pm:
Capilla Musical San Ignacio de Loyola
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Conductor: Rolando Budini

Tuesday, November 17 - 8:00 pm:
Camerata Barroca Latinoamericana Ruscello U.C.A.
Conductor: Susana Sanchez Lagana - Sergio Pelacani

Free entrance. Donations will be destined to the restoration of the church.

Organic and Healthy Food Market at the Flea Market in Colegiales - October 2015

The main producers of organic and healthy food in Argentina will gather again in a street market in Buenos Aires, on Saturday, October 3rd and Sunday, October 4th, 2015, from 10 am to 6 pm, with free access to the public, in an area specially located next to the Flea Market (Mercado de las Pulgas), on Av. Alvarez Thomas & Concepción Arenal, in the neighborhood of Colegiales. 

Apart from browsing through the best antique furniture, decorative and vintage objects, visitors will have the opportunity to taste free samples and buy natural foods and beverages at a promotional prices at the 70 stands that will be installed next to the Flea Market.

The participating producers will offer products in the following areas: Oils; Alcoholic drinks (organic wines, beers); Soft drinks and natural juices; Cereals and seeds; Spices; Nuts; Fruits & Vegetables; Farm produce; Delicatessen; Gourmet food; Flour and derivatives; Mushrooms; Infusions; Vegetables; Dairy; Bakery; Jams; Pasta; Herbs; Snacks, and more.

In this occasion the food trucks will also be the protagonists. More than 10 food trucks will offer sandwiches, tapas, crepes, author cuisine, as well as special gluten free and sugar free menus  for visitors to enjoy at the communal tables.

The event is organized by Planeta Joy magazine and sponsored by the city of Buenos Aires.
Consult on Buenos Aires Market website for any change of schedule in case of rain.

Polo: 2015 Tortugas Country Club Open Polo Championship

The Argentine Polo Association has announced the fixture for the traditional Tortugas Country Club Open Polo Championship. This is the first of the three great Polo Open Championships in the Official Spring Season of the Argentine Polo Association that make up the honorable "Triple Crown" of Argentine Polo, together with the 122nd Hurlingham Club Open and the 122nd Argentine Open in Palermo that will be disputed later this year.

Tortugas Open will kick off on Tuesday, September 29th, 2015, with the participation of the six teams with the highest handicap in the world, that will be disputing the Emilio de Anchorena Cup,

Participating Teams:

League A
La Dolfina: Adolfo Cambiaso Jr 10, David Stirling Jr 10, Pablo Mac Donough 10, Juan Martín Nero 10. Total: 40.
Alegría: Cristian Laprida Jr 8, Hilario Ulloa 9, Lucas Monteverde Jr 9, Frederick Mannix Jr 9. Total: 36.
Chapaleufu: Alberto Heguy Jr 8, Ignacio Heguy 9, Bautista Heguy 8, Eduardo Heguy 8. Total: 34.

League B
Ellerstina: Pablo Pieres 10, Facundo Pieres 10, Gonzalo Pieres Jr 10, Nicolás Pieres 9. Total: 39
La Aguada Las Monjitas: Ignacio Toccalino 9, Eduardo Novillo Astrada Jr 9, Sebastian Merlos 9, Alejandro Novillo Astrada 8. Total: 35.
La Aguada: Agustin Merlos 8, Guillermo Terrera 8, Guillermo Caset Jr 9, Ignacio Novillo Astrada 9. Total: 34.

Fixture of matches (results in red):

Tuesday, September 29 - League A
4:00 pm: Alegria 15 vs Chapaleufu 11 (Match 1)

Wednesday, September 30 - League B
4:00 pm: La Aguada 11 vs La Aguada  Las Monjitas 10 (Match 2)

Saturday, October 3 - League A - Suspended due to bad weather

Sunday, October 4 - League B
3:30 pm: Ellerstina 20 vs La Aguada  Las Monjitas 12

Monday, October 5 - League A
3:30 pm: La Dolfina 20 vs Chapaleufu 6

Saturday, October 10 - League A
3:30 pm: La Dolfina vs Alegria

Sunday, October 11 - League B
3:30 pm: Ellerstina vs La Aguada

3:30 pm: Winner League A vs Winner League B

The schedule is subject to change depending on weather conditions. Check on this post online for updates in case of rain.

All matches will be played on the fields of Tortugas Country Club, Ruta Panamericana Ramal Pilar km. 38.5 

Don´t miss the opportunity of attending this world class event and experience Polo the Argentine way. Contact me so I can arrange transportation for you (at least 24 hours in advance) or a full Polo package.

2015 Festival of the Foreign Communities and Supermoon Lunar Eclipse at the Planetarium

On Sunday, September 27th, 2015, the Government of the City of Buenos Aires celebrates Immigrants Day with an open air Festival at the park surrounding the Planetarium Galileo Galilei  on Av. Sarmiento & Figueroa Alcorta
Groups representing the different communities that reside in the city of Buenos Aires will offer their typical dances, gastronomy and culture, in an event for the whole family.
The celebrations will start at 11.00 am.
Dance and music shows by artists from 60 communities will be presented throughout the day on two large stages  .
There will be stands offering typical crafts, regional products, and traditional food and drinks, like tropical smoothies, arepas, shawarma, feijoada, ceviche, crêpes, lehmeyún, tacos, pignolata, knishes and more typical dishes from all the communities.
The closing of the Festival, around 6.00 pm, will be with a fun and entertaining show by the group Orquesta Big Band UPLA, a jazz band that will come specially from Chile for the closing of this event.
The Festival will be suspended in case of rain.

In the same evening, starting at 10 pm, the Planetarium organizes a special event with free access to the public to observe the Total Supermoon Lunar Eclipse, with several telescopes, a giant screen, and music.
On September 27/28 the Moon will be closest to the Earth, or at its perigee, turning into a "Supermoon", making this an even more fascinating spectacle. Total eclipses of Super Full Moons are rare. A Supermoon eclipse will not happen again for another 18 years.

"Lapacho" trees announce the arrival of Spring in Buenos Aires

This splendid specimen, one of the most famous trees in Buenos Aires is popularly known as the "Lapacho de Ezcurra". It is a "lapacho rosado" (Tabebuia impetiginosa), a tree native from the North-West of Argentina, that was planted many years ago by landscape artist Martin Ezcurra on the corner of Ave. Figueroa Alcorta and Mariscal Castilla, in Palermo Chico, and by the end of September every year punctually announces the arrival of Spring with an explosion of pink flowers:

The Lapacho on Figueroa Alcorta Ave above is the most spectacular of all, but there are many other specimens of lapachos scattered around Buenos Aires, like the ones below:

Plaza Italia
Plaza Italia
Botanical Garden
Av. del Libertador & Olleros
Av. del Libertador & Olleros
Palermo - Av. Figueroa Alcorta & Casares
This wonderful spectacle only lasts for a few days, so those who are in Buenos Aires at the end of September / beginning of October are lucky to witness it.

Italian Festival "Al Dente" in Palermo Hollywood

The third edition of the gastronomic, artistic and cultural festival "Al Dente! Día de la Italianidad en Argentina" will be held on Sunday, September 27th, 2015, from 10 am to 10 pm, in the neighborhood of Palermo Hollywood, with free access to the public.
"Al Dente!" is a celebration of the Italian gastronomy, that also features cultural, artistic and musical activities, on three blocks of Gorriti street, between Arevalo and Bonpland.
During the whole day the neighborhood will be intervened to celebrate its Italian roots, creating the basis for the foundation of Little Italy in Buenos Aires.
A giant communal table, a circus tent, activities for kids, food trucks, a Bondi Gallery, the biggest pizza tower in the world, and market stalls on Ravignani and Carranza streets offering Italian-Argentinian products are some of the attractions of Festival Al Dente!
Musical shows will be presented on two stages, as well as food stall from the Italian restaurants in the area.

Gallery Nights presents a new "Gallery Day" in La Boca

Gallery Nights, the original circuit for art lovers around art galleries, antique shops, museums and cultural centers, presents this special edition of Gallery Day, that will take place in the neighborhoods of La Boca on Saturday, September 26th, 2015, from 3 pm to 6 pm.

This is a great opportunity to spend a fun afternoon visiting diverse exhibitions, and discovering the talents of emerging artists.

A service of free buses will depart at 2.30 pm from Av. del Liberador and Callao towards the neighborhood of La Boca. From 3 pm to 6 pm a free transportation service will depart every 30 minutes from PROA (Av. Pedro de Mendoza 1929), with fixed stops to get to all of the participating galleries in the circuit.  These transfers are on a first come first served basis and have a limited capacity.

This event is totally free of charge.

For maps and information on participating galleries: Gallery Nights website.

Wines and Wineries Expo "Vinos y Bodegas 2015"

The expo "Vinos y Bodegas 2015" (Wines and Wineries, 2015 Edition), will take place from September 24th to September 26th, 2015, at La Rural Exhibition Center.
The most important Fair for the Wine Industry in Latin America will offer visitors the opportunity to enjoy the most renowned wine labels from traditional and boutique wineries in Argentina, at the Frers Pavilion where the event will take place.
High end wines from the wineries participating in the fair can be tasted at the Wine Bar. The Wine Store is the space for those wishing to buy wine labels.
The exhibition comes complete with a gourmet market, guided tastings, food trucks, DJ sets, and live music shows.
For the past years Argentina has been positioned in the international wine market among the five main wine producers worldwide, after France, Italy, Spain, and United States.

Location: La Rural Exhibition Center. Av. Santa Fe 4363, Palermo
Dates: September 24 - 26, 2015
Opening hours: 6:00 pm to 11:00 pm
Entry fee: AR$ 200 (includes a coupon book for 12 tasting glasses).

More information: Vinos y Bodegas 2015 official website (in Spanish only).

Spring Festival at the Japanese Garden

The Argentine-Japanese Cultural Foundation celebrates the arrival of Spring at the Japanese Garden of Buenos Aires,  with the "Azalea Festival", that will be held on Saturday September 19th and Sunday September 20th, with some special activities.

This is the best time of the year to visit the Japanese Garden, when the multicolored azaleas are in full bloom.

Program of activities

Saturday 19:

4:30 pm: Japanese Drums show by Ryukyukoku Matsuri Daiko

Sunday 20:
3:30 pm: Girls´Japanese Dance by Tamagusuku Ryu Tsubura no Kai, presided by Sensei Misako Yamamoto
​5 pm: Japanese Drums show by Mukaito Taiko

Location: Av. Figueroa Alcorta & Casares, Palermo
Open from 10 AM to 6 PM
Entry fees:
Adults: AR$ 50
Children under 12: free

Organic and Healthy Food Market at Hipodromo de Palermo - September 2015

The main producers of organic and healthy food in Argentina will gather again in a street market in Buenos Aires, on Saturday, September 19th and Sunday, September 20th, 2015, from 10 am to 7 pm, with free access to the public.

Visitors will have the opportunity to taste free samples and buy at a promotional prices natural foods and beverages in an area specially located at Hipodromo Argentino de Palermo, on Av. del Libertador & Av. Dorrego. 

More than 70 gazebos will be installed, where the participating producers will offer products in the following areas: Oils; Alcoholic drinks (organic wines, beers); Soft drinks and natural juices; Cereals and seeds; Spices; Nuts; Fruits & Vegetables; Farm produce; Delicatessen; Gourmet food; Flour and derivatives; Mushrooms; Infusions; Vegetables; Dairy; Bakery; Jams; Pasta; Herbs; Snacks, and more.

Some activities will be held in a specially equipped space, like lectures and cooking classes by some of the main references of this culinary trend.

There will be food trucks with special menus for visitors and healthy food to go to enjoy at the communal tables.

The event is organized by Planeta Joy magazine and sponsored by the city of Buenos Aires.

Consult on Buenos Aires Market website for any change of schedule in case of rain.

Motocross and Skateboard exhibitions

Two exciting extreme sports events will take place this Saturday, September 19th, 2015 in Buenos Aires.

Tony Alva, pioneer and icon of skateboard, one of the original Z-Boys and considered one of the most influential skaters of all times, will offer a motivational Demo and Talk, from 10 am to 5 pm, at the Skate Park in Costanera Norte. There will be live music bands, food trucks, and stands offering skate related products.
The Skate Park Costanera is located on Av. Rafael Obligado y La Pampa.
Free entrance

In the evening, the Red Bull X-Fighters Jams return to Buenos Aires to startle audiences opposite the Law School (Facultad de Derecho), on Ave Figueroa Alcorta 2263, Recoleta, with a spectacular display of backflips, and an incredible array of tricks. A specially set ramp will propel the riders - individually, in pairs or in groups - to about nine meters high, to make the most incredible stunts, to complete the flight about 23 meters ahead on another ramp called "receiver".

The dizzying display of jumps and freestyle motocross tricks is a full sample of the Red Bull X-Fighters World Tour, which for several years has become virtually the world championship in the field. Created back in 2001, the Red Bull X-Fighters concept has grown to become the biggest and most respected freestyle motocross tour on the planet. These events already have cult status in the cities they have visited, with top riders from the region - Gabriel Villegas from Chile and Edgardo Prevedello from Argentina - joining some of the finest shooting stars from the international scene, like Cameron Sinclair from Australia, Nick Dewit from South Africa, and Nick Franklin from New Zealand, to put on an insane show in front of tens of thousands of people.

The event starts at 7:00 pm, but make sure to be there early to secure a good viewing spot. Entrance is free.

7th French Week in Buenos Aires

The French Week in Buenos Aires "Vivi Francia 2015" will take place from Saturday September 19th to Sunday September 27th, 2015, organized by the French-Argentine Commerce and Industry Chamber (CCIFA), and sponsored by the French Embassy and the Ministry of Culture of the City of Buenos Aires.

The Festival comprises a series of activities to enjoy French culture, art, gastronomy, fashion, music and architecture, free and open to all, including free guided visits to emblematic French buildings and sites in Buenos Aires, a movie festival at Alliance Francaise, make-up and fashion shows, art exhibitions, concerts, and a gastronomic festival.

Some of the most outstanding scheduled activities are:

Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th, 10:00 am to 5:00 pm: Joining the celebration of European Heritage Days (Journées européennes du patrimoine), the French Embassy in Argentina will open its doors to the public. This will allow visitors to discover the Palace Ortiz Basualdo (photo), home to the French Embassy since 1939, built by French architect Paul Parter in 1912.
Besides the main entrance and the honor staircase, the public will be invited to visit the reception halls in the first floor, which make the Palace Ortiz Basualdo a significant example of the French influence in the Argentine architecture.
Accessing the second floor, visitors will admire the main dining room, the music room in a Louis XV style with Chinese decoration, the ball room, its mirrors and its painted boards, as well as the XVI century English style winter garden.
The French Embassy is located in Cerrito 1399, Recoleta.
FREE ENTRANCE. An ID is required to enter the Embassy (Passport or DNI).

During these two days a French Market will be installed at Plaza Cataluña, on Cerrito & Arroyo, offering typical French specialties, crafts and live French music:

Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th, 10:00 am to 6:00 pm: An authentic French Market will be installed in Buenos Aires, at the . Visitors will have the chance to taste and purchase French bakeries and different specialties of the French cuisine, such as boeuf bourguignon, blanquette de veau, croque-monsieur, crêpes, soupe à l’oignon, cheese, as well as pastries, tarte aux pommes, financiers, macarons, chocolate, viennoiseries, pithiviers, gateau au chocolat, and much more, in over 20 gastronomic stalls.
Plaza Cataluña, Cerrito & Arroyo
(The market will be suspended in case of rain)

Hipodromo de Palermo: Saturday 26, 3 pm - Meeting Point: Av. del Libertador & Dorrego
Visit to Lesaffre Argentina Baking Center: Tuesday 22, and Wednesday 23, 11:30 am. Free visit with previous registration at: 011-4833-8000 - info@lesaffre.com.ar
The Botanical Garden: Wednesday 23, 3 pm - Meeting Point:: Av. Santa Fe 3951
Avenida Alvear: Thursday 24, 3 pm - Meeting Point: Cerrito & Av. Alvear
Justice Courts Palace: Friday 25, 2:30 pm - Limited capacity with previous registration Mon to Fri 10 am to 3 pm at 4114-5791 - Meeting Point:: Talcahuano 550
Visit to L´Epi bakery: Tuesday 22, Wednesday 23, at 5 pm. Thursday 24 at 10 am. Limited capacity with previous registration Mon to Fri 1 pm to 3 pm at 4554-2931 - Meeting Point:: Roseti 1769

Several concerts, screenings, art exhibitions and conferences will take place during the week. All the activities are open to the general public, most with free entrance but some of them with a limited capacity and admittance charge.

Several French restaurants in the city will offer special menus at promotional prices during the week.

On Sunday, September 27th, as closing of the French Week, Lucullus presents the second French Brunch at Hipodromo Argentino de Palermo. More than 20 chefs and members of Asociación Gastronómica Francesa en Argentina will offer typical French culinary specialties, at the magnificent gardens and the Official Grandstand of Hipodromo de Palermo.
During the event the Luxury brands Zanotti, Relais Chateaux, Lancôme, Bodega Catena Zapata and Nespresso will raffle prizes of their products.
The price of the Brunch is  AR$950 including drinks. Children 4-12: AR$570. Children under 4 will  not be admitted.
Limited capacity with previous reservation only at this link.

For more information, complete daily schedules, and registrations, visit "Vivi Francia 2015" official website (in Spanish only).

6th Edition of Buenos Aires Food Week

Buenos Aires Food Week, the new bi-annual event in which the best restaurants in the city offer lunch and dinner menus at promotional prices, will be held again from September 15th to September 28th of 2015.

The goal of this Food Week is democratizing access to haute-cuisine, offering the general public the opportunity to learn about premium restaurants and taste unique dishes at attractive prices.

Each restaurant will offer a fixed three step menu (starter, main course and dessert) with a fixed price of $ 170 pesos for lunch and $ 280 pesos for dinner, not including drinks, service charge, and tip, + an optional donation in a sealed envelope to the charity organization Fundación Banco de Alimentos.

The restaurants participating in this edition are: Aldo's Restoran Vinoteca; Astor; Bice; Blanch; BoBo Hotel; Brasserie Petanque; Captain Cook; Casa Cruz Brasserie Porteña; Club 31 - Buenos Aires Grand Hotel; Contraluz - Alvear Art Hotel; Dashi Palermo; Dashi Tortuguitas; Green Bamboo; Happening Costanera; Happening Puerto Madero; Kokoro Sushi; L'Adesso; La Brasserie - Plaza Hotel; La Causa Nikkei; La Panadería de Pablo; La Rosa Nautica; Le Grill; Marieta; Mercado Central; Novecento Cañitas; Olaya; Paru Inkas Sushi & Grill; Peugeot Lounge; Plaza Grill - Plaza Hotel; Puerto Cristal; Puratierra; Ralph’s; Sagardi; Sipan Palermo; Sivela 465 - Mio Hotel; The Brick Kitchen -The Brick Hotel; Topinambour; UCO Restaurant; Unik

Furthermore many of these restaurants will offer a complimentary aperitif with Campari, Aperol, or Cinzano to each person that orders the Buenos Aires Food Week menu.

For a complete list of restaurants, menus and online reservations, visit Buenos Aires Food Week website.
Some restaurants offer lunch or dinner menu only. Check the conditions of participation of every restaurant before making a reservation.
If places are left available, people may also attend directly the restaurant of their choice.
Payments can be made in cash, debit card, or credit card at the end of the meal.

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