This event takes place at the Papelera Contemporánea backroom barn. Manning the 3 food stations are Anafe (delicious food), Diego Baetcher (specialty coffee) and Vinos Piel y Hueso (wine). Get cozy at the communal tables scattered in the middle – the perfect plan for your feriado. Without reservation.
11 – 16 hrs. | Papelera Contemporánea | Villarroel 1402 | Chacarita
The monthly market is back this weekend, this time in Flores. More than 1000 stands of organic producers, food trucks, and restaurants will be available to sample as you please. It will be suspended in case of rain.
9/7 | 10 – 18 hrs. | Plaza de la Misericordia | Av. Directorio with Camacuá | Flores
To celebrate Argentina’s Independence day, the food and restaurant stands of this fair will be serving tradicional and regional dishes from all over the country. You will be able to try locro, tamales and humitas from the north, as well as “revuelto gramajo grilled meat, and fish. For dessert, don’t miss the pastelitos, panqueques con dulce de leche or quesillo y dulce. If you’d rather take something home for later, you can also purchase local products like yerba, cheese, wines and alfajores. It will also be suspended if it rains.
9/7 | 11 – 20 hrs. | Playón Municipal de Caseros | Alberdi with Medina | Partido Tres de Febrero | Buenos Aires province
Catch the last day of the classic La Rural food fair before it closes. Since 2005 the fair has brought together food producers, entrepreneurs, municipal and provincial governments, chefs, artisans and national gastronomy companies.
From 6/6 to 9/7 | 12 – 21 hrs. | La Rural | Av. Sarmiento 2704 | Palermo
Chef (And La La Lista Food Writer) Kevin Vaughn fulfills his weekly post at Banquito Rojo, where he serves his delicious, Mexican-inspired tacos, enchiladas, and soups. He’ll cook enfrijolado (chicken taco in black bean sauce); beef tongue with salsa verde, maiz cancha, grapefruit and queso fresco; cheese stuffed chile taco with mole, sweet red onion, fried corn, sour cream and cilantro; pork carnitas and pork belly taco with lettuce, yellow pepper salsa and sesame seeds; sweet potato taco with pickled corn, kimchi, crema and scallions; and sweet tostada with prune jam, maracuya cream and pecans.
19 – 23:30 hrs | Banquito Rojo | Bolívar 914 | San Telmo
A didactic and humorous master-class for beer lovers who want to know more about the hoppy beverage. “Harry” Salvarrey (from the radio show “Perros de la Calle”) will be sharing his practical and theoretical knowledge with attendees, who will have the opportunity to taste different varieties while learning the history, the complete brewing process and even how to differentiate between different styles of beers. Presenter and moderator Pablo Mir will be on comedic duty, presenting on a variety of topics, including: a brief history of beer; the 10 commandments of the good brewer; myths and truths about the world of beer; beer and music (with video clips); how to read and understand brewery chalkboards; questions for the expert (both real and made up) and more. To register, write to firstname.lastname@example.org or via WhatsApp to +34 11 5638 5467.
10 – 22 hrs. | Hölle Cervecería | Doblas 608 | Caballito
This is truly “the cup that people love”. The ticket (ARS370) includes a glass cup with the logo and date of the Birra World Cup; 8 half pints of selected beers (one from each participant:Kraken Beer, Strange Brewing, BABA, Mesta Nostra, Cervecería Anna-C, Finn Microcervecería, Bierlife and Bronx Craft Beer Company); a ballot to vote for your favorites, and a voucher for happy hour to be used anytime throughout the month of July at Growlers Caballito. The event includes VJs, DJs, Game Club, tarot card readings, tastings, raffles and other surprises. Buy your tickets in advance here.
19 – 24 hrs. | Growlers Caballito | Doblas 857 | Caballito
Join this Master Class by qualified ronmelliers with extensive experience in the world of rum. They’ll take attendees on a journey of the historical Rum Road to current production techniques and explain what it takes to be designated as “Ron de Venezuela” today. But the best part is, they’ll teach you how to choose rum according to the occasion, with a sensory tasting of 3 of the most awarded bottles currently available in the world. Queries by inbox or to +54 11 5026 7815 or +51 11 4328 1872
18:45 – 20:45 hrs. | Guaica Bar | Florida 537, Subsoil. Local 315. | San Nicolás
Get sexy on a Thursday with this class on sweet wines, chocolates, and how best to pair the two. In this wine and chocolates tasting,“Sommelier en Bicicleta” will teach attendees the unique attributes of the products sampled, for the extremely affordable price of ARS350. Bonus: ARS100 of that deposit can be put towards the purchase of wines available at the tasting.
20 – 21:30 hrs. | Sommelier en Bicicleta Espacio y Vinos | Soler 5046 | Palermo Viejo
Mindszentynum Hungarian Cultural present this workshop on Hungarian cooking, this time teaching two typical dishes: stuffed cabbage and a nut-based dessert. Reservations are limited; to sign up call +54 11 6896079 or +54 11 2691 9480 (Susana) or e-mail email@example.com
16 – 18:30 hrs. | Mindszentynum Cultural Húngara | Aráoz 1857 | Palermo
Aprender el italiano Conversando and restaurant La Tenda present an Italian dinner in conjunction with a special Italian class, to learn Italian while conversing with fellow dinner-goers and tasting some typical recipes from the country. An informal setting to eat and chat in Dante’s Language. Information at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at +34 11 2478 6782 (Roberto).
20 – 23 hrs. | La Tenda | Thames 796 | Villa Crespo
Kevin Vaughn and the Anafe crew will be collaborating on an eight-course menu this Friday night at Anafe’s homey location in front of Mercado de las Pulgas. The menu includes crispy faina with salsa pastor and grilled pineapple accompanied by a ‘bloody gazpacho’ aperitif; aguachile verde with sole; corn tostada with pork belly and hibiscus mole sauce; tortilla soup; sea bass marinated in mexican salsa barbacoa cooked in banana leaf; beef tongue with salsa verde and salsa aguacate; mexican ‘vigilante’, braised pineapple, cheese, tajin, and churro with chocolate mole to finish. The eight-course dinner is ARS750 without drinks, ARS1000 with sommelier wine pairing. Reservations by DM or to email@example.com
20 – 22 hrs. or 22 – closing | Address by reservation | Colegiales
Conventillo Cultural Abasto and Locura Vegana join forces for this vegan fair with the best cruelty-free products: from food to accessories and cosmetics. At the fair you can enjoy free vegan food workshops, raffles (tip: bring your own bag or your own tupper to get free tickets); a bar, food court and kitchen. Take advantage of the space to spend the afternoon with friends eating hot food, having a coffee or a beer, and participating in local animal rights activism. Entrance by donation.
13:30 – 17:30 hrs. | Conventillo Cultural Abasto | Dr. Tomás Manuel de Anchorena 575 | Abasto
The World Cup Final on a giant screen and a very special Piamontese lunch at Asociación Osolana de Buenos Aires – what more could you want? The ticket includes an appetizer (bagna cauda with raw and cooked vegetables), a main dish of pasta with bagna cauda (with second helpings for the brave), dessert and free alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. Reservations by inbox or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
11 – 19 hrs. | Union Ossolana de Buenos Aires | 900 Darwin St. | Palermo