Ricardo Mardisich

Ri­car­do Mar­disich

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.

Ryan Oak­ley

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.

Philipe Christodoulou

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.