$78 Price per guest

Food, Neighborhood, Street Art of Palermo Viejo

Time of the event
10:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Type of the event
Food walk
Cuisine Type
Latin American
The host speaks
English, Spanish
Number of guests
1 to 8



We will start with a typical Porteño breakfast of Coffee with Medialunas. We will have one of the best medialunas in the neighborhood.

Snack or refreshing drink at Plaza Italia

(Seasonal - Winter) This is also a very typical local drink that is normally consumed all day long. We will go over the rituals and customs surrounding this drink and accompany it with another local favorite, alfajores (two cookie wafers sandwiching a layer of decadent dulce de leche, covered in real chocolate)
(Seasonal - Summer) For hot summer days we switch to a refreshing cocktail that is named after Guiseppe Garibaldi who's statue we visit and learn all about him when we visit Plaza Italia.

Argentine Steak

We will stop at a local non-touristy parrilla (grill) and share a steak lunch. We normally accompany this with any of the following, based on availability: pure mixto (mashed potatoes and squash); morcipan (blood sausage on bread topped with salsa criolla); provoleta (provolone cheese prepared on the grill); bread; water; wine.


We will stop for one of Argentina's most beloved sandwich. This place actually gives the traditional sandwich a modern twist.

More snacks or craft beer or coffee/tea

At this point some people are full, while others can choose another typical snack. There are plenty of options to choose from and if you can't eat anymore we could also just have some craft beer or specialty coffee or tea.

Ice Cream

Argentina has a long tradition of making amazing ice cream. For me, it is among the best ice cream in the world.

Drinks & Beverages

Red Wine, Beer, Coffee

Photos & Videos

What to expect

Frank took my friend on I on a craft beer crawl through the Palermo. We got to try a couple samples at each stop before deciding which one we wanted a pint of. There were 4 official stops but then we went to a bonus location that was really cool. He took photos documenting the evening as well. Would highly recommend!
We enjoyed chatting with Frank and he is very knowledgeable about the craft beer scene in Argentina.
tour super interessante y divertido. visitamos varios fabricas de cerveza artesanal, aprendemos sobre cerveza y el barrio. muy agradable visita, recomendado!
Fun evening visiting several of Buenos Aires craft breweries! Frank was a great guide, very knowledgeable. Learned a lot about different styles of beer, the neighbourhood colegiales, and the story of craft beer in Argentina. A special surprise was Frank‘s friend that made really nice pictures of our tour and made them available quickly afterwards, which made for lovely memories.

The place & Amenities
The full address will be provided once the booking is confirmed

Family friendly- Kids are welcome
Nearby public transport

Upcoming dates

Th, 30 Jan

10:30 - 16:30

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Meet Frank
English, Spanish
Questions? Contact the host