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Closed Door Restaurants in Buenos Aires

The driver of our yellow-and-black cab rattles through the cobbled streets of Palermo Hollywood in downtown Buenos Aires, slows to a crawl on Calle Soler and peers through his smeary windscreen, searching for No 5518. “Doesn’t look like a restaurant,” he mutters. It isn’t. It’s a puerta cerrada, one of the city’s so-called “closed-door” restaurants, a cross between a pop-up and a speakeasy, where a handful of guests gather to dine on a limited-choice menu, often in the chef’s home.

Where to eat and where to drink in Buenos Aires. By Chef Jose Garces

Tweet Last week, James Beard Award-winning chef Jose Garces opened Rural Society, an Argentine steakhouse at the Loews Madison Hotel in Washington, D.C. Garces has been interested in Argentine cuisine since his stint at New York’s Bolivar—an Argentine steakhouse and Peruvian ceviche concept—in the late 1990s. “I’ve always had the urge to explore Argentine cuisine, particularly […]

50 Best Restaurants in Latin America

The World’s 50 Best organization announced Latin America’s 50 Best Restaurants. Coming in at #1 was Lima’s own Astrid y Gastón, helmed by chef Gastón Acurio. #2 was Alex Atala’s D.O.M. is São Paulo (check out Eater’s preview of his new cookbook here) and #3 was Enrique Olvera’s Mexico City restaurant, Pujol. Interestingly, D.O.M. is […]

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