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Restaurant Guides

Guía Oleo
website

Buenos Aires Restaurant Guide conveniently online in English, Español and Português. Searches include: alphabetical, by area/zip code, by cuisine or on the map. There are also listings sorted by restaurants with Wi-Fi internet service.

They also offer a Visa card and benefits card offering great discounts at selected restaurants as well as at their online store.  Check it out by clicking here.
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SaltShaker
website

As is said at the heading of the site, this blog is Casting a little flavor (and a few aspersions) on the world of food, drink, and life here in Buenos Aires. There is also a Spanish-English-Spanish Food & Wine Dictionary available for purchase.
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Pick up the Fork
website

Celebrating its second anniversary in November 2011, Pick up the Fork is a “restaurant review – food blog mash up” with the following description by its author:

“In the land of beef, wine, and eating disorders, my guide to Argentine good food, not so good food, restaurants and my own creations made from my Buenos Aires kitchen.”

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Guia Epicureo
website

Guia Epicurio is a new online restaurant guide for Buenos Aires.  It is particularly handy as it splits restaurants and bars into two categories!

They also offer an IPhone App as well as a mobile site for those of you who want to check for bars and restaurants while out and about.

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Restonauta
Website

Restonauta is another fairly new restaurant guide for Buenos Aires with the nifty feature of being able to find restaurants on a map using Google’s mapping program.

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Buenos Aires Foodies
Website

Buenos Aires Foodies is a blog “dedicated to sharing information about the Buenos Aires food scene”.

Maria Carra, the writer and founder of  BA Foodies, is a friend so take a moment to check out her blog.  You will be glad you did!

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