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Casa Coupage: A "Closed Door" Restaurant Experience

A “closed-door” restaurant, or “puerta cerrada”, topped my “must do” list when planning our trip to Argentina!

What is a closed door restaurant you may ask?   592 more words

Restaurants

Real cowboys wear berets

Saturday was an early start for us as we headed out to the largest gaucho festival in Argentina – Día de la Tradición.  It is two hours out of BA by omnibus (huge double decker coaches), and is located in San Antonio de Areco.   963 more words

Buenos Aires

COCINA SUNAE

Closed door restaurants have cropped up in major cities over the recent years and Buenos Aires is one of those places where several of them can be found.   518 more words

Buenos Aires

SACS Cocktail Party is TWO Weeks Away - Do you have YOUR tickets??

8th Annual SACS Charity Cocktail

 

Thursday October 24, 2013

7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

 

Residence of the Australian Ambassador

Zabala 1900 (esq. Arribeños)

Belgrano

Live Music, Fantastic Raffle Prizes, Beer, Wine, Appetizers & Desserts… 74 more words

Fundraiser

dawngill reblogged this on BAIN Downtown and commented:

Join SACS at this beautiful event to raise money for school supplies for local children and enjoy food and drink with friends!

Restaurantes a Puertas Cerradas - Closed Door Restaurants

Closed door restaurants are becoming increasingly popular these days. I stumbled upon Cocina Sunae on TripAdvisor back when my boyfriend was here during my first week in Buenos Aires. 320 more words

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I Latina restaurant review: a vegetarian's perspective


Charles and I went to I Latina last week for our six year anniversary dinner. This was our first experience dining in a puerta cerrada or closed door restaurant and to be fair it’s really just a regular restaurant with a set menu and a reservation requirement. 574 more words

Empanada Queen

To further advance my immersion into the Argentine culture, I wanted to understand the stomachs and feet of Buenos Aires. My first step was attending an event called The Argentine Experience. 165 more words

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