A Local’s Guide to Argentina

Baker Francisco Seubert on biking in Buenos Aires and the towns to hit outside the city. (Condé Nast Traveler) Besides heading three panaderías—his starter dough is the yeasty foundation to many a Buenos Aires restaurant’s bread basket—sourdough specialist Francisco Seubert of Atelier Fuerza also loves a collaboration. His recent projects include opening spin-offs at F4 Esquina steakhouse and Mercat Villa Crespo, and […]

A Local’s Guide to Chile

(Condé Nast Traveler) Vigneron Leonardo Erazo Lynch is a terroir and sustainable-viticulture champion who creates vintages from 100-year-old bush vines cultivated in the volcanic soils of Chile’s southern Itata province, celebrating under-appreciated varieties such as Cinsault and Carignan. A leading light in South America’s natural-wine movement, he honed his experience in South Africa’s Swartland and Mendoza […]

The 30 coolest streets in the world

(Time Out, June 2021) We quizzed 27,000 city-dwellers and asked local experts to rank the top streets in the world for food, fun, culture and community A bustling thoroughfare linking smart Palermo with edgier Villa Crespo, Calle Thames is best known for its independent kitchens and watering holes, many housed in repurposed buildings. Foodies revere […]

Patagonia Road Trip

(The Essentialist) Longing to roam free? Chase the scent of adventure beginning in the world’s most southern city, hugging the Andes and navigating north through Patagonia before heading east to the Atlantic. A road trip traversing such vast and striking landscapes makes for the perfect slow-travel voyage, to be filed under ‘epic’. For the rest […]