Germán Martitegui, the bald, goateed visionary behind this mod Nordic bistro (who's also exec chef at Casa Cruz and Tegui), has become the city's chef of...more
One of the unmistakably Italian assets that Argentina's Genovese and Neapolitan immigrants brought to the New World was a knowledge of ice cream. Three...more
The decor of Tomo I, B.A.'s storied temple of alta cocina, is a bit sterile—but don't let that fool you. The restaurant's ambrosial offerings remain...more
Tía Elvira's walls are adorned with photographs and artifacts from three decades of no-nonsense seafood served up on the Ushuaia waterfront. Current owner...more
Don't be put off by the unlit Palermo Hollywood block, the unmarked door, or the graffiti-scarred exterior. Out back is a courtyard lined with banana palms...more
You know Sucre is hot the moment you step through the door. There's its sleek industrial ambience of exposed girders and pipes, the perfectly exfoliated...more
Francis Mallmann, the globe-trotting dandy who is Argentina's best-known chef and restaurateur, selected an appropriately southern city location for this...more
For 20 years, Oviedo has been the prime destination for Old World Spanish eats in Buenos Aires. The clubby brasserie, all white linen and burnished banquettes,...more
The approach to Nectarine, via a tucked-away pedestrian arcade, feels convincingly like a sleepy back alley in, say, Aix-en-Provence. The delicious illusion...more
Trevelin, "the village of the mill," is one of a handful of settlements in the Río Chubut valley founded by Welsh nationalists who fled English cultural...more
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