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Buenos Aires Culinary Walking Tour & Restaurant Guide

Buenos Aires Culinary Walking Tour & Restaurant Guide

Posted by Juan Gavasa on September 23, 2013

Buenos Aires was made for walking. The city unfolds like a poem, one that you read block by block as you stroll grand, leafy avenues, admire architecture seemingly airlifted from Europe, and study the supremely well-dressed (yet disarmingly approachable) residents. But Buenos Aires is also made for eating. Here, you’ll find everything from the expected (the best steaks this side of Texas) to the, frankly, improbable (corn blini topped with lumpfish caviar?). So today’s walk will take you on a ten-course, multi-venue dinner that shows off the best of both the city’s traditional fare…and its avant-garde. Your walk encompasses the Palermo neighborhoods (Palermo Soho and Palermo Hollywood), but it begins in elegant Recoleta, where BA’s wealthy flocked during the yellow fever outbreak of 1871, and whose discreet, hushed shops, Parisian-inspired facades, and grand hotels make it feel like a fin de siècle dream-city. 

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