With teardrop-shaped hams hanging from its ceiling, brusque uniformed waiters, and 150-watt dazzle, porteños, El Trapiche is a completely authentic B.A....more
Enrique Baudonet's inviting hole-in-the-wall brims with the rustic flavor of the Argentine outback. Its interior features sepia-toned photos of old San Juan and...more
See that rotund guy in the red shirt manning the parrilla? That's him. That's Pobre Luis (Poor Lou), the inspired Uruguayan who has fed asado (traditional...more
La Boca is the old port of Buenos Aires, a relatively seedy maritime barrio boasting plentiful graffiti, the stadium of the Boca Juniors soccer team, and the...more
Like Naples, New York, and Chicago, Buenos Aires is a town that loves pizza. The Porteño pie falls somewhere between New York's and Chicago's on the...more
Bored by local diners' obsession with beef and intrigued by the idea of applying haute-cuisine technique to Argentina's lesser-known native critters, chef...more
This coffeehouse, bakery, and wine bar beside Ushuaia's port is housed in a recently renovated general store dating back to 1906. Crammed with...more
This soothing retreat in Palermo—all bamboo, wood, and tinkling water—is half sushi bar and half eclectic bistro. It's also full-on hip, and one of...more
Widely praised for its well-presented nouvelle Argentine cuisine when it opened in 2006, Chila remains an elegant (if slightly stiff) favorite of business...more
The coastal waters off Tierra del Fuego provide Ushuaia's restaurants with a rich assortment of marine creatures ranging from oysters and mussels to lobster and...more
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