Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Buenos Aires

Wine-Tasting
Fly over the foothills of the Andes before sipping on renowned Argentine wine. All in style, naturally.
Wake School
Shoot up and down the Tigre Delta a few times before popping into Limo Lima for lunch.
Voulezbar
Voulezbar has wonderfully long opening hours and is always packed with a young crowd.
Verde Llama
Verde Llama is catering for new culinary demands with elegant fresh and original food.
Vain Hotel
Vain blends contemporary touches with period features in a charming mix of 1920s minimalism.
Tierra del Fuego
A place steeped in danger and nautical lore 'Cape Horn' or the 'Land of Fire' is a long archipelago seperated from mainland.
Teatro Colón
Teatro Colon's performances aren't the only reasons for visiting this grand theatre as the acoustics are some of the best in the world.
Tazz
Ideally located to refuel from a credit card bashing in Palmero Viejo's boutiques.
Tango
For an evening of Argentinan authenticity have supper at Centro Vasco Frances earlier in the evening. Do not expect waiters in black tie at either of these venues but we do guarantee good food excellent drinks and fantastic company.
Tancat
Head to Tancat for some truly authentic Spanish cuisine.
Tailor Made Hotel
Situated in edgy Las Cantias this intimate hotel has a great rooftop jacuzzi.
Sunset
If the Argentine elite are getting a little too serious take a night off in this hysterical club.
Sunae Asian Cantina
A chic Southeast Asian restaurant in Buenos Aires, Sunae Asian Cantina is decorated with palms and home to the moreish cuisine of chef Christina Sunae.
Sudestada
Join an off duty crowd of glamorous portenos tucking into curries and spring rolls.
Standard
The Standard serves up simple homely but delicious fare.
Soul Café
Hit Soul Cafe for post-dinner drinks on a Wednesday then head on to Supersoul.
Sky Bar
Rarely out of Buenos Aires’ best bars lists, the open air Sky Bar is a bastion of nightlife in the city, with city views, cocktails, and live DJ sets.
Skiing
Sirop
Sirop has great Argentinean food - perfect for a romantic dinner under the stars.
Sheraton Iguazu
This hotel has a fantastic view of the water cascading to the river below.
Salta
A lesser known part of the country, we firmly recommend this breathtaking countryside complete with enticing vineyards and fascinating views.
Rugby
With an up-and-coming national team (the Pumas) a match at either of the BA's two stadiums will be a fun day out.
Rubia y Negra
Do not be put off by the tourists; locals still flock here for post-supper cocktails.
Roux
Roux serves contemporary, seasonal cuisine from chef Martin Rebaudino in a light and airy space in Recoleta in Buenos Aires.
Rio Alba
Traditional parrilla where the order of the day is meat, meat and more meat.
Resto
Despite an outwardly unprepossessing venue this is a lovely mellow restaurant.
Rest of Buenos Aires
Take the time to explore all the nooks and crannies of this amazing city. The best buy could be just around the corner.
Puerto Madero
Take a stroll along Puerto Madero, the recently renovated old port of the city.
Puerta Uno
This underground bar draws a trendy yet unpretentious set of fashionable young things.
Providencia
Although there is not a clean glass or a white tablecloth in sight the food is extraordinary.
Proper
Housed in a former mechanic’s shop, Proper – with chefs Leo Lanussol and Augusto Mayer at the helm – is a bright light on Buenos Aires’ dining scene.
Posada del Faro
This relaxed paradise right on the beach is ideal for surfing.
Polo
The world's capital of the high-end sport, whether you prefer to play, watch or learn, in Buenos Aires there is something for all.
Podesta
A low-key and commercial option often used as a 'warm-up' for more serious clubs.
Pizza Cero
This popular snack joint is more of a 'destination' than a mere pizzeria.
Patagonia Sur
Despite its location Patagonia Sur is cosy to the core and serves excellent food.
Patagonia Chopper
Live it up P Diddy style in a heli-tour of the city and surrounding area.
Palermo Palace
A first-class boutique hotel offering genuine hospitality at a surprisingly affordable price.
Palermo Hollywood
This fashionable and boho area of town is bursting full of creative and eccentric boutiques popular with individualistic arty types. 
Palacio Alsina
Palacio is a mecca for those intoxicated on several levels.

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