An­ish Pa­tel

I’ve nev­er met An­ish, but I’ve seen him around town a few times. His name just al­ways seems to come up: the go-to guy for video and an­i­ma­tion. You want a 2 minute movie on your web site ex­plain­ing what your prod­uct is? Sit back, he’ll do a great job. See the demos on his…

Mar­co Zuin

Mar­co Zuin is from Pad­ua but could pass for an Ar­gen­tine in ac­cent, in looks, in chamuyo abil­i­ties. But one way in which he does not pass for an Ar­gen­tine is in his ob­ses­sive work-eth­ic. To Mar­co, hol­i­days don’t exist–he will spend every mo­ment mak­ing his busi­ness bet­ter. And what in­dus­try does he have his…

John­ny Rob­son

Buenos Aires has one of the most in­no­v­a­tive, im­por­tant, and in­ter­est­ing graf­fi­ti scenes in the world: All Three I‑s! These guys are at the very heart of it. An­oth­er mod­ern and pow­er­ful way to un­der­stand the city and its nu­ances. Very, very strong­ly rec­om­mend­ed. And above all, these are tru­ly great guys, too.

L. I.

One of my clos­est friends in Ar­genti­na has se­vere back­pain, and his doc­tor has pre­scribed med­ical mar­i­jua­na to him. Via some friends of friends, he met L.I., who is a trust­ed, long-term sup­plied of med­ical mar­i­jua­na in Buenos Aires. L.I. has con­sis­tent­ly de­liv­ered high qual­i­ty med­ical mar­i­jua­na at a rea­son­able cost, and al­ways with­out a…

Megan Hill

Af­ter dust­ing off her old Su­per 8 cam­era and film­ing a friend’s wed­ding, Megan dis­cov­ered her true pas­sion — cre­at­ing and cap­tur­ing that ro­man­tic day in the style of vin­tage film. Megan’s classy taste and nos­tal­gic style blend to­geth­er per­fect­ly to cre­ate a beau­ti­ful work of art.

Adrien de Bon­tin

Adrien has it all: French cul­ture and cre­ativ­i­ty, Vi­en­nese work style, and the Amer­i­can work eth­ic. First rate pho­tog­ra­phy, on all fronts. His fash­ion and back­stage pho­tos are the high­est qual­i­ty; and he is a spe­cial­ist in film–yes, old-fash­ioned film.

Ce­sar Pe­nafiel

Pe­ru Deli — yeah, Ce­sar is all over the place. A great guy, very nice and sin­cere. I don’t know enough peo­ple as sin­cere­ly nice as he is. I had take out from them once, and it was ex­cel­lent, the best Pe­ru­vian food I’ve had in Buenos Aires. I’m not ex­ag­ger­at­ing.

David Askaripour

David knows his mate. Amer­i­cans in Ar­genti­na tend to adopt the lo­cal cus­toms and en­joy the mate; but David is a man ob­sessed. In true Ar­gen­tine style, he can sit for hours and dis­course on the mean­ing of the shared drink passed around as though it was a pipe. I haven’t been on one of…

Alan Ep­stein

The Of­fice is my sin­gle fa­vorite bar to go have a drink. Re­lax­ing, high qual­i­ty, with an el­e­ment of “Cheers” thrown in: noth­ing else needs to be said.