As of March 20, 2020 and by Decree 297/20, the entire country entered a period of social,

preventive and obligatory isolation.

What does this mean?

That you cannot leave your home except to provide yourself with essential items, such as food,

cleaning supplies and medicines.

If you do not comply with these rules, you are breaking the law.


If you have traveled to a country where the virus is spreading or have been in contact with

someone who tested positive, you must stay in isolation for 14 days.

If you have any of the symptoms, call free of charge at 107.


For more information, send an email to turismo@buenosaires.gob.ar

4th World Italian Cuisine Week
A week to enjoy special menus devised by the best Italian chefs living in Buenos Aires.

4th World Italian Cuisine Week

The 4th World Italian Cuisine Week takes place in Buenos Aires November 18 to 24 2019 under the slogan “Food education: the culture of taste." 
Different initiatives will take place to promote Italian gastronomy, run by the main Italian institutions and associations in Argentina.
 
Celebrating Italian cuisine in Buenos Aires has a special emotional connection because of the strong link between Italy and Argentina owing to immigration, and there's no better link to celebrate this than through the food.
 
The initiative, led by Italian tourism office ENIT in Buenos Aires and chefs belonging to BACI, the association of Italian chefs in Buenos Aires, will see special menus of Italian dishes offered at restaurants throughout the city.
 
In this edition, the BACI chefs have chosen the cheese Pecorino Romano DOC as the star ingredient of the week.
 
Find below details of the menus you can enjoy at restaurants in Buenos Aires thoughout the week: 
 
Core Italian Street Food (Maipú 819) 
Rigatoni a lla zozzona
½ kg of fresh rigatoni
Pecorino Romano
 
Cucina Paradiso (Arévalo 1538 o Castañeda 1873)
Antipasto: bruschettone con mozzarella di bufala
Primo piatto: bucatini All’amatriciana
Dolci: maritozzo pazzo
 
L´adesso Ristorante (Fray Justo Santa María de Oro 2047)
Antipasto: porchetta romana con melanzane all’aceto balsámico or pescado en saor con uvetta passa
Primo piatto: ronnarelli all’amatriciana
Dolci: cannolo siciliano con gelato al pistacchio
 
Renatto Cuccina Italiana (Pareja 3050)
Antipasto: caciocavallo allá griglia, asparagi e fonduta.
Primo piatto: spaghettoni alla Amatriciana or fusilloni pesto e langostinos.
Dolce: fsogliatella napoletana or cannolo siciliano.
 
San Paolo Vera Pizza Napoletana (Uriarte 1616) 
TBC.
 
Mauro.It (11 de Septiembre de 1888, 2465) 
TBC.
 
Ike Milano (Dardo Rocha 2602, Martínez, Provincia de Buenos Aires) 
Aperitivo della casa. 
Antipastino misto: stracciatella con peperonata e mortadella.
Piatto principale a scelta: bigolo allá mediterranea (calamaretti, olive y capperi) or casareccie alla amatriciana (guanciale and tomato). 
Dolce: pannacotta cioccolato e menta;
 
Italpast Delizie (Juan Delepiane 1050, Campana, Provincia de Buenos Aires) 
Antipasto: ensalada caprese con jamón crudo.
Pasta: lasagna de ricota, acelga, mozzarella, Pecorino Romano, bechamel y salsa boloñesa.
Dolce: seadas (fried dough filled with Pecorino Romano and grated orange and lemon rind).
 
At the same time, in collaboration with the Instituto Italiano de Cultura de Buenos Aires, the restaurant Buono at the Sheraton Hotel will offer a menu by Giuseppe Costa, inspired by the Sicilian sea.
 

Argentine Open Polo Tournament

Witness the spectacle of the world's greatest polo tournament every November - December.

Night of the Bookstores

In November, the bookstores on Avenida Corrientes open into the early hours for a unique evening of promotions, talks and live performances.

Read and Eat Festival

The city's grand gathering of chefs and writers.