Kevin Vaughn

Please Feed Kevin | RAWA

Any casual connossieur of Peruvian cuisine can order a papa a la huacaina or know that seco de carne is the only lunch special worth ordering. Die-hard fans, tr...

Please Feed Kevin | La Ale

A sign on the front door written in speedy magic marker reads, “Kitchen Assistant Wanted. Peruvians Only.” I grab a seat by the door and the waitress slinks ove...

Please Feed Kevin | Jaimito

With most pizza menus, ordering straight up muzza is usually not a bi-product of my own free will. More often than not, a basic cheese is an unhappy media masa ...

Please Feed Kevin | Caracol de Amor

Finding a good Chinese restaurant in Buenos Aires is no easy feat—not only because they are outnumbered by hundreds of rotiserias tossing up the same two dozen ...

Please Feed Kevin | Don Ignacio

It is sometime around 11pm, usually in the middle of the week, that Don Ignacio hits its sweet spot. While the traffic outside barrels down Avenida Rivadavia, i...

Please Feed Kevin | Lardo & Rosemary

I hug my jacket tightly to my sides. Freezing drops of water bounce off the rim of my hat and announce a storm set to land at any moment. I say a silent prayer ...

Please Feed Kevin | Il Vero Arturito

The lights flicker on and off in the lower section of Abasto. As we distance ourselves from Avenida Pueyrredón and crawl deeper into the neighborhood, vague out...

Please Feed Kevin | 13 Fronteras

It is 8 pm on a Saturday night at the height of summer. The air boils and sticks like dew on the skin. A young couple pushing a baby stroller and sipping on fre...

Please Feed Kevin | El Refuerzo

The mid-afternoon sun shines brightly into El Refuerzo and bounces off the bottles and picture frames that hug the walls of this small, comfortably cramped cant...

Please Feed Kevin | Bandini

It’s the tail end of rush hour on the Linea B and I barely squeeze through the door—it is a long journey to the end of the line. When I land in Villa ...
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Kevin Vaughn

Food Columnist

Kevin Vaughn is a professional eater by way of California who has been living and working in Buenos Aires for the last decade. His stories about Buenos Aires food culture have appeared in Munchies, Remezcla, Savoteur and The New Worlder. He also runs MASA, a Mexican influenced pop-up, and Devour Buenos Aires, a customizable tour service for curious travelers.