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.
So Pite has a knack for becoming the Bartender at the best bar in town, whatever it is. When Dui Dui was the coolest bar in the city–he was the man behind it. When Green Bamboo was the coolest bar in town–he was the man that made their best drinks. Now that Oasis is the…
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!
Every community needs their CPA; for us, it is Vince. He’s trusted, he understands our particular needs, he speaks the lingo of the IRS.
Mark is truly a guy who loves Spice. True spiciness. This is sorely lacking from BA. But they’ve bought in spice, and bought it at full force! Nothing negative to say!
Percy is obsessed with CrossFit: doing it for years, he spends all his time CrossFitting, while running (along with his friend Max) Vitruvian — where they crossfit in parks and all around public spaces, doing a classic crossfit workout in a magnificent setting. If you want good crossfit, these are the guys to call.
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.
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 hitch.
The Clubhouse is one of the secret gems of Buenos Aires: old fashioned yet incredibly cool. If you want to feel safe or comfortable, or just to meet great people and have a drink in the most perfect atmosphere, stop by the Club. And Katherine is the Woman behind the woman behind the woman who…
I don’t use them, but they’re popular around the neighborhood. Laundromats, unfortunately, tend to be low quality in Argentina, so I’d recommend going out of your way to deal with people who care. Two thumbs up.