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Buenos Aires Food Week

Buenos Aires Food Week, a new bi-annual event in which 25 of the best restaurants in the city will offer lunch and dinner menus at promotional prices, will be held from September 16 – 29.

With similar editions in New York, San Pablo, Milan and other major cities worldwide, the goal of this Food Week is democratizing access to haute-cuisine, offering the general public the opportunity to learn about premium restaurants and taste unique dishes at attractive prices.

Each restaurant will offer a fixed three step menu (starter, main course and dessert) with a fixed price of $ 99 pesos for lunch and $ 169 pesos for dinner, not including drinks, service and tip + optional $ 1 Peso to be donated to the charity organization Fundación Banco de Alimentos.

The restaurants participating are:

  • Agraz – Caesar Park Hotel
  • Akira Nikkei
  • Aldo´s Vinoteca Restoran
  • Astor Bistró
  • AyG Buenos Aires
  • Azema
  • Azul Profundo
  • Bernata
  • Bice
  • Bio Solo Organico
  • Blanch
  • Brasserie Petanque
  • Cardinale (Hotel Sheraton)
  • Cardon
  • Casa Cruz
  • Club 31 restaurant-Grand Hotel
  • Crizia
  • Demuru
  • Deriva
  • Doppio Zero
  • Francesco
  • La Brasserie – Marriot Plaza Hotel
  • La Rosa Náutica
  • Leopoldo
  • Le Grill
  • Mercado Central
  • Mooi
  • Mullu
  • Novecento
  • Plaza Grill – Marriott Plaza Hotel
  • Sipan Palermitano
  • Sivela 465 – Mio Hotel
  • Social Paraíso
For a complete list of restaurants, menus and online reservations, visit: www.bafoodweek.com.
If places are left available, people may also attend directly the restaurant of their choice.
Payments can be made in cash, debit card, or credit card at the end of the meal.
The additional 15% discount with Mastercard Black or Platinum cards only applies to cards issued in Argentina.

Thank you to My Buenos Aires Travel Guide for the information above.  To keep up with this an other events in Buenos Aires, we have added a feature called “Blogs We Read” to the lower right-hand corner of the BAIN Downtown site.  Or, subscribe to My Buenos Aires Travel Guide and receive all of her posts though email!

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