6th Edition of Buenos Aires Food Week

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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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