Food + Wine

Buenos Aires Eats

Piano Nobile

Your first stop is the Piano Nobile salons of one of the city’s great palaces, the Palacio Duhau, now a Park Hyatt. Order a glass of intensely fruity but bracingly dry torrontés white wine along with a selection of cheeses from the all-Argentine cheese cave. Be sure to sample tres leches, a cheese made with cow’s, sheep’s, and goat’s milk.

Photograph courtesy Park Hyatt

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