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Mott, Buenos Aires

An ideal rest stop on the Palermo shopping circuit (right next to cult shoe designer Mishka), Mott manages to be both slick and welcoming. The contemporary...more

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Mark's Deli and Coffee House, Buenos Aires

Stop here in the afternoon after shopping a hole in your wallet in Palermo, and you'll find dozens of footsore American and European visitors relishing one of...more

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La Vinería de Gualterio Bolívar, Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires

This inventive molecular gastronomy restaurant in the crumbling old neighborhood of San Telmo is a pleasing study in contrasts. Based on the industrial open...more

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La Cervecería, El Chaltén

One of the founders of La Cervecería hailed from Prague, where his family's 400-year-old brewery survived Nazi occupation only to be expropriated by the...more

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La Cabrera, Buenos Aires

Possibly the most popular parrilla in the city, La Cabrera suffers from its own success: long lines of hungry diners, hurried waiters, and a welcome that's just...more

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La Cabaña, Buenos Aires

The twin stuffed cows that flank the entryway are a vivid foreshadowing of what's to come at La Cabaña. This luxury steakhouse has had an eventful recent...more

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La Bourgogne, Buenos Aires

The Alvear Palace is the grande dame of Buenos Aires's luxury hotels, and La Bourgogne, the magnificent restaurant headed by chef Jean-Paul Bondoux, is...more

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Jangada, Buenos Aires

Scour the menus of even the best B.A. restaurants, and you'll be lucky to find more than a couple of fish dishes. Although the fertile waters of the southern...more

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Il Matterello, Buenos Aires

Juan B. Stagnaro's unassuming trattoria on a sleepy side street in La Boca is a family affair. His wife emigrated to Buenos Aires from Modena, bringing along an...more

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El Último Beso

Dress designer Marisa Carreras restored a century-old casa chorizo in Palermo Viejo to house her clothing collection, devoting the interior patio and ancillary...more

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