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Buenos Aires Market: a healthy deli & gourmet market

Buenos Aires Market

Buenos Aires Market is the largest and probably the nicest market that Buenos Aires has, specially dedicated to healthy foods .

It takes place during one weekend per month and recruits the main producers of organic and healthy foods of Argentina .

With free access , it offers the chance to taste and buy natural foods and beverages for a promotional price.

Buenos Aires Market has more than 70 participants, where producers offer their products, such as :

  • Oils
  • Beverages
  • Cereals and seeds
  • Spices
  • Nuts
  • Fruits and vegetables
  • Flour and derivatives
  • Mushrooms and oyster mushrooms
  • Infusions
  • Vegetables
  • Dairy
  • Bakery
  • Jams and sweets
  • Flowers with gastronomic purposes
  • Pasta
  • Functional products
  • Aromatic plants
  • Snacks
  • Gluten-free products
  • Bakery

There is also a special auditorium where you can attend to lectures, workshops and cooking classes, all with free access.

You can also find a wide range of stools with all sorts of meals and you can have lunch or snack at the communal tables in the market, which are attended by the most distinguished chefs in the different varieties of this gastronomic stream (raw food, macrobiotic, organic vegan fast good, etc.).

Next edition is on May 16th and 17th, at Hipódromo de Palermo, Avenida del Libertador & Dorrego, Palermo.

A must visit for this weekend!


Street markets will invade Palermo

This coming weekend several street markets will invade Palermo. Here’s our guide to plan ahead:

1 – Buenos Aires Market

buenos aires market

Probably this is the largest market that Buenos Aires has specially dedicated to healthy foods . It takes place during one weekend per month and recruits the main producers of organic and healthy foods of Argentina. This coming weekend you’ll find it at Plaza las Heras. Palermo

Saturday and Sunday from 10 to 19 hs


2 – Mercado Sabelatierra

Mercado Sabelatierra

Organic food, natural and agro-ecological and sustainable design objects and fair trade products are for sale at this special edition in Buenos Aires. Usually they are located in In San Fernando (north of Buenos Aires, near Tigre) but on this special edition they will be in Palermo Viejo.

With free admission , there will be over 40 stalls with organic , natural , sustainable and friendly to the environment products to come to shop direct hands of small farmers .

The novelty of this issues will be the gastronomic where different chefs offer the most varied cuisine and street food

Galpón de Milagros: Gorriti 5417 . Palermo. CABA .
May 24th & 25th. June 14th, 15th, 18th, 19th, 20th.
Saturdays from 11 to 23 hs . , Sunday 11 am to 19 pm.


3-El Galpon

El Galpón

A special space where organic producers sell sustainable objects and fair trade products, supported by the concepts of Responsible Consumption

Federico Lacroze 4171 (the yellow barn at the end of the alley )
Wednesdays and Saturdays from 9 to 18 pm.


4 –Mercado Solidario Bonpland

Mercado Solidario Bonpland

The Solidarity Economy Market Bonpland is an area of ​​productive cooperation within the basic principles of the social economy. The project aims to strengthen the Social Economy, self production and collective forms of management .

In Bonpland Market you’ll find :
• Fruits and agroecological vegetables
• Products from recovered companies
• Fair trade organizations and social networks publications
• Crafts and regional products
• Cleaning products
• Cultural Activities • Murgas and other music

Bonpland 1660. Palermo. CABA .
Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday and Saturday from 10 to 22 hours.


5 – Punto verde

Punto Verde

In Punto verde you’ll be able to buy organic fruits and vegetables ; cheese, milk and yogurt;  sweets and chocolates ; oils , vinegars and soy sauce ; Classic and stuffed olives ; grains, seeds and whole grains ; as well as handmade clothing .

Dorrego 1429, CABA
Friday and Saturday from 10 to 19 hs .

What to do in Buenos Aires when it rains?

What to do in Buenos Aires when it rains1- Visit the Planetarium Galileo Galilei

The Planetarium Galileo Galilei, located in the Palermo, presents  a special show with the purpose of getting kids in touch with the universe. For generations, “porteños” have been amazed at its dome, which can simulate a night full of stars, or the meteorite located in the hall of this nice place.

Cosmic collisions, the current show , is about the unimaginable explosive encounters that shaped our solar system, changed the course of life on Earth and continue to transform in the future our galaxy and the universe.

Tuesdays thru Fridays at 4, 5, 6, 7pm

Tickets $30 pesos

2-Visit Mercado de las Pulgas

Located on the boundary of Palermo, on the corner of Dorrego and Conde, Colegiales can just claim the Mercado de las Pulgas (flea market) as its own. The open shed consists of 143 stores filled with antiques, retro furniture, chandeliers, vintage posters, and many more miscellaneous goods.

Open Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 7pm on the corner of Dorrego and Conde.

3- Have the 5 o clock tea at Confitería Las Violetas

luxuriously decorated– with red and gold accents adorning stunningly high ceilings, stained glass from the original building, and grand pillars that will make you feel like you have somehow found yourself in a royal tearoom.

Av. Rivadavia 3899 at the corner with Medrano. It is open daily from 8am until close

4-Visit a bookshop cafe

A must visit bookshop is the– ex-theatre Ateneo Grand Splendid. If you don’t feel like leaving Palermo, then go to Libros del Pasaje

5- Forget all previous suggestions…and check into Home Hotel Spa

Leave the noise and grit of the city behind and step into our Spa, a space where relaxation reaches new heights. Our Spa at Home Hotel Buenos Aires offers you a range of massage, body & facial therapies to suit your needs, moods and wants.

You deserve it…

What to do in Buenos Aires on Christmas and New Year’s eve? Here’s the agenda for the toast.

1360665_53239785This holiday season gives us an opportunity to spend time with our loved ones, to think about our achievements and also to go out and celebrate, specially in the hot summer nights of Buenos Aires.

What to do after Christmas dinner, the main Argentine celebration? How to spend New Year’s eve?

Enjoying drinks and dancing until the wee hours are required precepts. There are lots of options and here’s our pick:


  • Hype: Every Tuesday, Kika Club has international Djs set showcasing the latest in indie music, hip hop, dubstep and electro. Although they have not yet confirmed guests for the 24th, hosts Matt Ashley, Nacho Menendez and Fabricio Ruiz will warm up the track, promising a different Christmas Eve. Free Admission before 1 am at Honduras 5339. A similar party will be held on December 31st. More info at .
  • Magic: This Christmas, Niceto Club will welcome guests with one of the most recognized DJs on the national scene: Javier Bussola, who will perform a six hour set, non stop. Niceto Vega 5510 . More info at
  • La Loka: With variety of fun drinks, this bar located in the heart of Palermo offers a Christmas Eve party on the terrace to enjoy a lovely summer night. Nicaragua 5549. A similar party will be held on December 31st. More info at


  • Groove: 2014 New Years Eve will be hosted by Simon Patterson, Irish DJ that rocks Irish clubs of London , along with one of the best producers and dj trance, John Askew . Both local talent accompanied by Javier Bussola. Santa Fe Av 4389 . More info at
  • Piso Compartido: A special party for all expats of Buenos Aires. This special edition will vibrate with an international flavor.  Niceto Vega 5510 . More info at
  • Pony Line: For those looking to start the year in a cool and stylish atmosphere, then the bar of the Four Seasons Buenos Aires Hotel is the place to be. Famous for its great cocktails and great food and music. Posadas 1086. More info at .

Buenos Aires Food Week: Seven days of fine eating in Buenos Aires.

Buenos Aires Food Week

Many of the best restaurants in Buenos Aires will offer, for a week, special menus at promotional prices in a unique opportunity to enjoy great food from the hand of the best chefs.

From April 15th to 21st, the best restaurants in the city will become more accessible to everyone. The Buenos Aires Food Week is an annual event in which restaurants will offer luxury menus for a week, both at noon and night at promotional prices. “The goal is to democratize access to haute cuisine,” explained from the organization.

Each menu will have three steps (starter, main course and dessert), with a fixed price of pesos $ 99 for lunch and pesos $ 169 for dinner (drinks, service and tip not included).

Participating restaurants in this first edition are:

  • Agraz – Caesar Park Hotel
  • Astrid y Gastón
  • Azema
  • Bice
  • Blanch
  • Brasserie Petanque
  • Cardon
  • Casa Cruz
  • Club 31 restaurant – Grand Hotel
  • Deriva
  • Doppio Zero
  • Dos Mares
  • Honor y Causa
  • La Brasserie – Marriot Plaza Hotel
  • La Rosa Náutica
  • Le Grill
  • Mooi
  • Mullu
  • Piegari Vitello e Dolce
  • Plaza Grill – Marriot Plaza Hotel
  • Pony Line Bar – Four Seasons Hotel
  • Root – Intercontinental Nordelta
  • Sivela 465 – Mio Hotel
  • Social Paraíso

Reservations can be made on the website

We strongly recommend booking in advance.

Bon Appetit!

October 26th: Day of the Cafe

October 26th is Dia del Cafe Porteño (Porteño Coffee Store). The café is a “porteño” institution par excellence. This is the place where people can feel free at their ease, the perfect spot to dream with friends and find magical solutions to the country’s problems. It is here, better than another scenario, where people think that utopias are possible.

October 26th marks the day of the Cafe, commemorating that in 1894 the historic Café Tortoni opened on Avenida de Mayo 825.

A special celebration will be held at almost every coffe store in Buenos Aires: between 6pm and 8pm drink 4 coffees and pay only 2.

BA Underground Market: explore the flavours

An underground market is a one-day event that provides the opportunity for amateur chefs, artisanal food producers, and creators of amazing homemade food to sell to a hungry and receptive audience of local and expat foodies.

The philosophy of the market is to create a space for people who are un-certified – and therefore don’t have other options to sell their wares. The hope is that the market is a kind of incubator, helping people to raise capital, as well as gain support.

The next BA Underground Market will be on Saturday, 15th September at IMPA la Fábrica.

From hot sauce to cake pops, goat’s cheese to spring rolls, juice and smoothies to hand crafted beer, try new things or retaste old favourites while enjoying live music.

Saturday, 15th September
12 – 5pm
IMPA la Fábrica, 3rd Floor
Querandíes 4290, Almagro
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