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.
Rease is Wonderful: she works for one of my most trusted friends and she is able to push anything through any bureaucracy. It’s a magic power, I swear.
Ricardo is the guy to know to fix your laptop in BA. Super professional, kind, and knows his stuff. Avoid the “servicio tecnico” computer-fry (we’ve experienced it — it sucks!) and give Ricardo a call if you need any laptop repairs, data recovery, etc. in Buenos Aires.
I’ve personally bought and exchanged many books via Daniel. Great, huge selection of classic literature — just what I love. He has great “onda”, too.
I haven’t gotten a haircut from Ryan — but everyone else has. They only rave. You want a good, American-style haircut in Buenos Aires, with none of the problems endemic to BA Barbers, like the inability to follow instructions? Ryan’s your man.