Food & Wine in Argentina
From Skye Lucking, former About.com Guide
Restaurant Profiles & Photos
Find some of the best eating experiences in Buenos Aires and other Argentina cities from casual brunch, to closed door restaurants, to classic parillas.
- Profile: Max's Supper Club
- Gallery: Max's Supper Club
- Profile: Casa Mun
- Gallery: Casa Mun
- Profile: Teatro Ciego (Blind Theater)
Food Bloggers & Websites
Talking and blogging about food is a sport among some of the expat communities in Buenos Aires and other cities. Here are some blogs and websites that will get you to the best meals in town.
Wine Tastings & Tours
So close to the wine making regions of Mendoza, Salta, and more - it's a forgone conclusion there will be terrific options for wine tours and tasting in the country. Here are a few options.
Beer & Pub Crawls
While macro-brewed Quilmes is beloved by many Argentines, you can still find a few other varieties of micro-brewed beers. Luckily, there are many people willing and wanting to find a reason to drink the frothy stuff, micro or macro.
Cooking Classes & Food Tours
Find out the secrets behind a perfect empanada fold or just the right spices for a locro stew. Or, learn sushi making and Italian dishes in the heart of Buenos Aires. Tool around La Boca tasting classic Argentine treats.
- Norma’s Argentine Cooking Classes
- Cooking with Teresita
- Saltshaker: Regional Cooking
- Casa Mun: Sushi Making
Traditional Foods in Argentina
Some quintessentially Argentina treats, savory and sweet.