We take breaks between steaks with vegetarian organic options. There are some here and we need to stop tearing into cows and guinea pigs. They must have an amazing resident baker at Artemisia because that bread table and our plates look pretty and smell like heaven. Davidson and I share a provoleta-inspired polenta app (last […]
Some dudes take our seats and won’t get up. Apparently, that happens in Buenos Aires a lot so it’s not a big deal. We just take some other seats. Halfway through the game, a fight breaks out in another section. Seems like a lot of guys are punching one dude. Looks like a giant wave. […]
One can tire of top notch steaks. It is entirely possible after almost four months. Davidson and I take a break from carne and duck into Bio, an organic vegetarian joint. The pizza is amazing. They use real cheese, and everything is delicious.
The streets near Av. 9 de Julio were totes reserved for pedestrians. Yay, four days worth of celebrations marking 200 years of independence. Try getting a cab in this madness!
As Buenos Aires geared up to celebrate the Bicentinario (200 years of independence), we were excited to see some street productions. We heard some kids were going to do a song and dance about the country’s history, and were shocked to see about a quarter of all the children donning blackface and dressed in plantation […]
This doggie is lovely and she knows it. She uses sad eyes on Kristin, Piper, Davidson and I while we all have great grub at Las Cabras—which might be my favourite restaurant in Buenos Aires. Lucy gets all kindsa scraps with that face, including my juicy bife de chorizo (sirloin steak). She can’t get her […]
Kristin visits from NYC, and we happily meet up. Piper and Lucy come too. The lemon tart at Magendie Ciencias Naturales is particularly scrumptious, but their cupcakes are really muffins with facelifts. They’re kinda healthy there, so we don’t hold that against them.