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.

Aaron Brown

Aaron re­al­ly knows his stuff about beer. Get him tip­sy and he will spend hours telling you about its his­to­ry, its dis­cov­ery in an­cient Egypt, all the com­pa­nies in Ar­genti­na and how they are different–and which ones are great. He runs a mean beer tast­ing, too.

Mark San­dusky

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!

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.

María Car­rá

María’s judg­ment is awe­some; im­pec­ca­ble food taste, and com­plete­ly honest–although, if her opin­ion is not all that pos­i­tive, she is much like­ly to be com­plete­ly silent rather than speak neg­a­tive­ly.

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…