Originally from Portland, Oregon USA, I moved to Argentina in 2007 to export wine from the booming Argentine wine industry. Since I love food, wine and cooking I explored the city through it's culinary scene, especially the super traditional restaurants where true Porteños dine. In 2012 I began offering food tours to hole-in-the-wall gems that have wonderful food and local ambiance.
During our experience, we will walk between 4 stops to try traditional foods. All the stops are selected because they are super local, have delicious homemade food and wine and help you understand the culture and traditions of Argentina. On our way we will taste choripan, the traditional street food of Argentina, one of the best empanadas in the city with a glass of Torrontés wine, provoleta, 2…
We meet directly at the first restaurant and go walking from there. On average we walk 3-4 blocks between each stop.
Food and drink at 4 stops The tour focuses on traditional restaurants and this being Argentina features meat prominently!
The tour will be held in the Las Cañitas area of Palermo, a non-touristy part of the neighborhood with beautiful tree lined boulevards, the main polo grounds in the country and a bourgeoning culinary scene.