The Best cafes, bars and restaurants in the Buenos Aires neighborhood Belgrano brought to you by the Dutchess of Dumplings, the Lady of Lamb Chops…Allie Lazar.
Buenos Aires’ most jammed pack culinary neighborhood, Palermo Hollywood keeps on banging out so many quality cafés, restaurants and bars that it’s hard to pick just a top ten. This section of Palermo which spans from Juan B. Justo to Dorrego and Santa Fe to Cordoba is home to a great number of media production [...]
Where to hear live music in Buenos Aires With a city boasting more than 11 million people you get a wide variety of live music being played throughout the city every night of the week. Here’s our list of great places to hear live jazz, rock, folklore (traditional Argentinean country music) and more. Jazz Notorious [...]
Although Recoleta is said have a nightlife district that is “quiet” when compared to the packed and ever-pumping streets of Palermo, there are some unique upscale bars tucked away in this neighborhood that provide a variety of experience, décor, architecture, and taste that doesn’t exist anywhere on Honduras street. Here’s a list of best bars [...]
Going out in Buenos Aires? We cover Monday through Sunday, Palermo to San Telmo, grub to suds. Monday – Abasto / Centro Since many restaurants, bars and boliches take the night off, going out Monday nights in Buenos Aires have become synonymous with La Bomba del Tiempo (HYPE (Kika Club, Honduras 5339). This Tuesday night [...]
As a custom, tipping can get tricky when traveling outside of your social or geographical bubble. The Japanese, for example, don’t accept tips and get very uncomfortable, sometimes offended, about the whole business. North Americans are typically known for being generous tippers, for close to any service provided, no matter what, whereas in Iceland it [...]