With two feriados to start off this week, it’s already going by in a flash. Take a moment for yourself and get out into the culinary scene. We’ve got the hook up on all that’s happening in terms of pop-ups, food fairs, and the places worth sampling.
MASA Invades Banquito Rojo
It’s a day off and you’ve been grooving all weekend through every Murga in the city. It’s about time you get yourself down to San Telmo to eat some tacos. Every week MASA has its pop-up at Banquito Rojo, but this week you have no excuse to not be there.
19:00 – 23:30 hrs. | Banquito Rojo | Bolivar 914 | San Telmo
Mardi Gras Celebration at Nola
This long weekend has been all about Carnaval. We’ve danced to the beating drums, we’ve been sprayed by the little kids with shaving cream foam, but we haven’t really feasted the way we should. Now that you’re done running wild in the streets, go get yourself some fried chicken. Nola (the original location) is celebrating Marti Gras this Tuesday with a DJ, beers, and as always killer food.
12:30 hrs |Nola | Gorriti 4389 | Palermo
Masa takes over the kitchen at Elote this Wednesday, providing your fix for all those Mexican food cravings. Enchiladas, tacos, you name it and Kevin’s created a thoughtful and unlikely combination of ingredients to make it pop.
19:00 hr | Elote | Jorge Newbery 3791 | Chacarita
One of our favorite spots in town is having a weeklong special of 1 Tapa + 1 Pint for just 180 ARG. They also have a killer happy hour that lasts until 21:00. This week the agenda is full: Mondays there will be stand up, Tuesday Lost in Translation is playing, Wednesday there are tango classes, but Thursday and Friday is when the party comes to life. Get down to Kowalski Thursday to see Los Piringundines and eat some of their delicious tapas at a killer discount. Then head back there on Friday for a post-marcha fiesta.
18:00 – 21:30 hrs. | El Bar de Kowalski |Billinghurst 835| Almagro
International Women’s Day Brunch
Start your #8M right with a morning dedicated to bringing female creatives, freelancers, and entrepreneurs together for a beautiful brunch in the name of a worthy cause, organized by itsthenow.com. The gorgeous Wellbar will be serving an all organic menu of avocado toast and poached eggs or vegan waffles, as well as homemade lemonade and premium tea and coffee. Enjoy a morning of relaxed networking and mingling, with all proceeds going to raise money and awareness for Economía Feminista. Availability is limited! Reserve your seat now.
10:00AM-12:00PM | Wellbar |Malabia 1682 | Palermo
More than March Food
Happy International Women’s Day to all! We know that you’ll most likely grab some street food today as you march down those avenues. In the event that you’re craving something a bit more sophisticated than the timeless choripan, scope the San Telmo Market. With Merci, a bakery that serves a wide selection of mouth-watering tartines, and a selection of other restaurant stands the food here is varied and all of it is delicious.
08:00 – 21:00 hrs. | Mercado San Telmo | Carlos Calvo 455| San Telmo
This Saturday head to Villa Devoto for a beer and burger combo that we promise will be worthwhile. The champion of the Burger Kid Cup will be making its reappearance along with a new beer release. Prinston Brewing and Cerveza Viken have joined forces to create a new session IPA that is supposedly mind blowing. See you there.
Mid-day |Cerveceria Prinston | Concordia 4728| Villa Devoto
Our friends at La Casa del Árbol are always putting on beautiful, conscientious events and this Sunday is no exception. They’ll be hosting more than just your average vegan fair. With workshops, live music, and over 20 stands of 100% vegan products you’ll be sure to find something worth leaving your cuddly Sunday bed for.
12:00 – 17:00 hrs. |La Casa del Árbol | Av. Cordoba 5217 | Palermo