Category Archives: LOST FOODIES

Lost Foodie #4- Mychael Henry

  Stats: Mychael Henry, 31. Have been living in Buenos Aires for just under three years. Owner of Poke, a pop-up restaurant and inspiring to be the know-all-be-all of street-food throughout Latin America (eventually Asia). You can follow me at @mychael_h and @poke_restaurant. Restaurants Caseros- This is my date spot (so I don’t go very often)! This part […]

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LOST FOODIE #3- Daniel Karlin

At 6 foot 5, Dan Karlin has trouble finding clothes that fit him in Argentina. Fortunately, the parrillada completa for 2 or 3 people feeds him adequately, and his wine business, Anuva Wines,  affords him the luxury of traveling to the US a few times per year. He came to Argentina in 2004 with a […]

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Fota Ruta. If you ask us what we most like spending our time doing our beloved Buenos Aires, we’d have to put photography at the number one spot(for more info visit In our opinion, there’s no greater city  in the world than the Argentine capital for roaming the streets and taking photos. Its the combination […]

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Madi Lang plans personalized itineraries & trips to Buenos Aires & Argentina. Her company, BA Cultural Concierge matches each traveler with the specific experiences that will resonate with them, profoundly connecting them to this incredible ridiculous contrasting city that only those of us who love it intimately can understand. From history buffs and families with babies to cat-lovers […]

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