Best Kept Secrets of Buenos Aires

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Secrets of Buenos Aires

Right now in the city of Buenos Aires, the hottest thing going are the many “secret” bars and restaurants otherwise known as speakeasies or closed door restaurants. The enchantment and intrigue has everyone whispering the names of bars like Frank’s or The Clubhouse,  as well as restaurants like Casa Coupage, Ocho Once or El Tejano.

All are located in Palermo, one of the hottest neighborhoods for great gastronomical experiences and a raging night life. Frank’s Bar should be on everyone’s bucket list. Maybe it’s because you need a password to get in. Or perhaps its because of the plush velvet interior, the crystal chandeliers and the roaring 20s soundtrack that has such an allure. I think it’s the Burlesque dancers, home-made liquors and bow-tied bartenders that makes Frank’s Bar the place to be in Buenos Aires. But if that is not your style, there is the Club House, one of Palermo’s most coveted hidden gems. You just hope they let you in.  Great drinks in a venue that makes you think you are at a Hollywood party.  And then there is Harrison’s.  This is the real deal.  A 1920’s speakeasy and probably the coolest bar you will go to in Buenos Aires that offers a great vibe and great cocktails. However, if bars are not your thing, there are plenty of pop up and “closed door” restaurants in Palermo that will capture your gastronomical fancy.

Secrets of Buenos AiresThe Argentine Experience is the wave right now. From the moment you arrive, you take part in the experience of preparing your own empanadas, grilling your meat and preparing typical Argentine desserts.  And then there is Casa Coupage.

One is blindfolded and asked to guess the names of the herbs that will be used in your meal or elements that appear in the wines you drink. Every course has a paired wine and you become best friends with the folks you just met at your table.

But the best kept secret of all is this lovely home tucked away amongst the trendy bars and restaurants of Palermo. From the artistic living and dining to the inner peace the master bedroom provides with a walk out to a patio full of flowers, fruit bearing trees and utter silence.  SHHHHH!  Come see for yourself.  This house has a secret.  Discover it for yourself.

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