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Top 15 Favorite Things I Ate & Drank in 2015 Posted on 18 Dec 05:00 , 0 comments

In years past, what excited me most about going home for Christmas was the eating (I love you, Mom). It became a ritual. Somewhere around …

Cannoli de Palermo, Your Neighborhood Pastry Peddler Posted on 30 Jun 06:00 , 0 comments

A few weekends ago, I was walking down Thames when a cyclist stopped me in my tracks. Very abruptly. The funny thing is, the driver …

Brunch at M Palermo, or Give Me All the Shrimp Posted on 21 May 06:00 , 0 comments

I’m not much of a bruncher. But before you light those pitchforks, let me explain. I’m not one to turn down salmon gravlax or eggs …

Top 10 Buenos Aires Brunch Spots Posted on 11 Mar 04:19 , 0 comments

Brunch is always a good idea. I mean, who can argue with mimosas before midday, crispy bacon and eggs done in the most spectacular fashion? …

BA’s Top 10 Can’t-Miss Cafés – for Expats and Locals Alike! Posted on 12 Aug 04:03 , 0 comments

Article by Rachael Leonie. As one of the cities many freelancing expatriates, I’ve spent my fair share of time shuffling through Buenos Aires’ coffee shops: …

The Factory: Buenos Aires’ First & Only Thriving Juice Bar Posted on 23 Jun 03:15 , 0 comments

By Rachel Leonie.   Of all the romantic anecdotes about expats finding their way to Buenos Aires, there isn’t one quite like Ayaz and Liyanleth’s. …

Birkin: Brunch Is For Hipsters Posted on 27 Feb 00:02 , 0 comments

“There’s a new place in my neighborhood that has great coffee, but it’s full of hipsters.”  Someone told me. Hipsters in Buenos Aires?  Are hipsters …

Too Much of a Good Thing: Brunch at Hierbabuena Posted on 04 Apr 17:07 , 0 comments

Review and Photos by Sharon Salt. Hierbabuena has a brunch. Hierbabuena, my favorite restaurant in all of Buenos Aires, maybe ever, has a brunch. Unfortunately, I …

Sasha: Great Pastries in Recoleta Posted on 22 Feb 00:30 , 0 comments

I was on my way to an event and my arms were full or packages to deliver.  I picked up a taxi on the busy …

Give Us This Day Le Pain Quotidien Posted on 14 Jan 13:31 , 0 comments

I studied abroad in Southwest France.  It was divine. When I arrived, I spoke no French.  When I left I was fluent.  Today, I speak …