Welcome to “Moveable Feasts,” a weekly agenda in which food writer Lola Rubinstein gives us the low-down on what food fairs, pop-ups, closed door restaurants, and other culinary events we should check out in the coming week.
There’s nothing like wine to celebrate getting through Tuesday, the most odious of weekdays. At this exclusive tasting in Aldo’s, bodega founder Fernando Saavedra will be presenting 5 of his wines: the Anko Torrontés 2018, the Anko Malbec 2017, the Anko Flor de Cardón Malbec 2015, Estancia Los Cardones Tigerstone Malbec 2014, and Estancia Los Cardones Tigerstone Garnacha 2016. The cost of the tasting is $400 ($200 of which is redeemable for the bottles sampled).
18:45 – 20:30 | Aldo’s | Moreno 372 | San Telmo
Ready to get your down with your carb-loving self ? Join this cooking class that is light on the cooking and heavy on the touching, smelling, and tasting. The registration fee includes drinks, recipes, and a tasting of various breads with vegetable dips and olive oils.
19-21:30 | Cuba 1985 | Belgrano
Love to draw? Love to drink beer? Then boy do we have the event for you. Espacio Cufre invites you to come and draw in their lovely space while enjoying an artesenal beer and socializing with other artists.
19-23hrs | Espacio Cufre | Pacheco 2187 | Villa Urquiza
Ready to make veggie burgers like a pro? This workshop teaches registrants how to make 3 different veggie burger flavors, plus several gourmet veggie sauces to maximize the flavor. The price of registration includes all of the ingredients, cooking utensils, the dinner, the recipe, and a pack of burgers ready for your freezer. Price: $700, 2x$1200. Space is limited. Reservations are made via a 50% deposit. Email: email@example.com
19 – 21:30 hrs | Nuñez
The annual fair returns for the fifth year running with yet another selection of wineries committed to environmentally friendly practices. Ideal for learning, comparing aromas and flavors, and finding wines you truly love, your AR $550 ticket buys you unlimited tastings of almost 20 different wineries, in one of the most iconic buildings in Buenos Aires.
19hrs | USAL – Botica del Ángel l Luis Sáenz Peña 543
The bi-weekly market is back, this time in Parque Rivadavia. More than 1000 stands of organic producers, food trucks, and restaurants will be available to sample. It will be suspended in case of rain.
10hrs – 18hrs | Parque Rivadavia | Almagro
Everything from seasonal fruit and vegetables to tools, seeds, and fertilizers for organic vegetable gardens can be found at this natural and sustainable market, which rotates between different plazas in Palermo. Try heading there for lunch – there are community tables and a variety of healthy foods and natural drinks ready to enjoy.
10 hrs – 18hrs | Parque Las Heras | Palermo
The Asociación Osolana de Buenos Aires returns for yet another Piamontese lunch. The ticket includes an appetizer, a main dish of pasta with bagna cauda (with second helpings for the brave), dessert and free alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.
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11 – 19 hrs. | Union Ossolana de Buenos Aires | 900 Darwin St. | Palermo
Looking to stock up on vegan products and align your chakras? Make sure to hit this #crueltyfree fair of foodstuffs and cosmetics. Plus, there will be talks on Ayurvedic composition, a cooking class, live music, raffles, and metegol. Honestly, it doesn’t get much better than that.
13hrs – 18hrs | Casa Hache | Aranguren 213 | Caballito