Five Cool Rooms (now Didi Hotel) is a boutique hotel in Palermo Soho that is so assured of its own coolness that it’s not worried about catching your attention from the street. In fact, it loiters serenely behind an inconspicuous wooden door on Honduras Street, just a couple of blocks from Plaza Serrano, confident that […]
If you’re downtown, and have a craving for Italian (albeit with a pinch of New York City), go no further than Broccolino. This large but intimate-feeling restaurant straddles the corner of Esmeralda and Cordoba streets with its three big, green dining rooms. Don’t be alarmed omnivores — the title doesn’t indicate a vegetarian joint, it’s […]
Buenos Aires Dance Club is a large dance school downtown on the pedestrian-only Florida Street that offers classes every afternoon until evening Monday through Saturday. The best deal to check out the school is Saturday afternoons when they offer three beginner classes in three different dance genres. The first class is choreographic of any style, […]
A dark and moody atmosphere, delectable Thai food and a cool New York vibe– what else do you need?
Wandering through Recoleta, one of Buenos Aires’ most aesthetically pleasing neighborhoods, you can easily imagine the city as it was during its halcyon days at the beginning of the twentieth century. Most of the impressive French architecture on display is a vestige of that time, and unlike in some other parts of the city, Recoleta […]