"What makes the city even more attractive to street artists is that there are almost no restrictions on where they can paint in the city. There’s no need to obtain authorization from the local authority, and all you need is the consent of the property owner. In the last few years, Buenos Aires has developed a reputation for being a capital for graffiti and street art and is one of the best cities in the world to see huge murals that have been painted on the walls of its buildings and houses. In 2014 Buenos Aires Street Art partnered with Google Cultural Institute, which aims to document the world’s street art and graffiti in a virtual library. The Google Street Art Project launched in Buenos Aires and Paris last year. It features more than 270 images from Buenos Aires, created by more than 130 emerging and well-known artists from around the world. It is the freedom that artists have to paint what they like, where they like that makes Buenos Aires such a unique and exciting destination for large-scale murals."
- Culture Trip
Cocktail: Mezcal, Pineapple, Star Anise, Citrus, Sparkling Wine
Dish: Fried green tomatoes, burrata and tomato preserves
Cocktail: Cachaça, Dry Vermouth, Consommé, Basil, Cumin
Dish: Sweet corn miso sorrentinos, curried corn broth, herbs
Cocktail: Peruvian Pisco, Aji Amarillo, Sage
Dish: Beet greens, whipped feta, orange & olive, grilled bread
Cocktail: Butterfly Pea Flower Gin, Fino Sherry, Mint, Cilantro, Honey
Dish: Tomato and summer squash cannelloni, heirloom tomatoes,
Cocktail: Brandy, Pineau des Charentes, Apricot
Dish: Stone fruit cobbler, corn crumble, coconut gelato
Vegetarian - focusing on all the fantastic vege available right now.
Food and drink be bright in color and flavor.
Please make a note in your reservation if you have any food allergies.
A welcome cocktail and snacks will be served 5 pm - 6pm
allowing people to arrive, dinner starts promptly at 6pm.
Only 14 seats available. (Seated at the bar)