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.

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…

N. T.

Get­ting mon­ey in and out of Ar­genti­na can be hard, con­fus­ing in terms of the need­ed pa­per­work, and expensive–and you need to work with some­one whom you trust im­mense­ly. Some­one like that is hard to find. Here comes NT to solve the prob­lem: he’s been mov­ing mon­ey around for a decade for the big boys,…

Vic­to­ria An­gari­ta

Just met her the oth­er day — she brings the cof­fee over to The Of­fice. Her fam­i­ly owns a Cof­fee pla­na­tion in Colom­bia and she brings them over here. The high­est qual­i­ty Cof­fee I’ve ever had in BA. The cof­fee was tru­ly world-class. (Ar­genti­na al­so does­n’t grow cof­fee, so it is all im­port­ed from near­by…

Ma­di Lang

If I were to de­fine Ma­di Lang in one word, it would be “Awe­some”; if I had 4 ad­di­tion­al words, they would be, “Pas­sion­ate about Buenos Aires”. She spends all her time wan­der­ing around the streets, talk­ing to peo­ple, read­ing, think­ing and ex­pe­ri­enc­ing its his­to­ry — and do­ing so far, far away from the cliched…

Dan Kar­lin

El­e­gant and classy, Anu­va is for trav­el­ers want­i­ng a first-rate ex­pe­ri­ence of ex­plor­ing the best wines of Ar­genti­na in a world-class set­ting. I’ll ad­mit, I’m to­tal­ly un­bi­ased be­cause I’m just a to­tal suck­er for good wine sur­round­ed by good peo­ple hav­ing great con­ver­sa­tions, but so be it: Anu­va is worth it!

Withers Davis

With­ers Davis

BA De­liv­ery: it spares us the pain of try­ing to or­der on the phone for those of us who hate try­ing to ask for things in Span­ish or even out­loud! Won­der­ful, won­der­ful, I’ve used it, per­son­al­ly, many times and I have nev­er once had a prob­lem.