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Le damos la bienvenida al chef Ed Holloway a nuestro equipo!

We welcome chef Ed Holloway to our team!
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Lollapalooza BA is on its way, but there's also other great gigs on this week, as well as interactive theater and more. http://wp.me/p1sK3V-4tWYlX
As Buenos Aires starts to adapt to a new season, take advantage of the sun while it's out, and remember to take a jacket out for those deceptive evenings... Monday It's a feriado (holiday) today so...
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This week in Buenos Aires, Mario Testino's first Argentine exhibition opens at the Malba - Fundación Costantini. This and other titbits in our weekly blog update... 
Monday Test your mettle against the quiz master extraordinaire at the Pub Quiz Buenos Aires tonight, in what is the final and triumphant quiz organised by tour guide Jonathan Evans. Fear not though...
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The carnival revelry continues, Miau Miau opens its latest exhibition while Sander Kleinenberg plays Pacha, this week in ‪#‎BuenosAires‬ http://wp.me/p1sK3V-4tWYkJ 
Electronic music parties are on the agenda, while an ultra-hip Palermo gallery unveils its latest exhibition. Presenting the week, March 3-10, 2014. Monday In case you weren't aware, we are still o...
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GUEST BLOG POST: +Allie Lazar from pickupthefork.com puts down her cutlery (briefly) and shares her favorite Buenos Aires panoramas http://wp.me/p1sK3V-4tWYkd
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From a Duke Ellington tribute night to the opening of new street-art gallery Galeria UNION, the week ahead in Buenos Aires
Monday Long weekend thanks to the World Cup? Longer week ahead (thanks to the World Cup)? One bar that’s open on the barman’s day of rest is BASA. Head downtown and snap up the Moscow Mule (photo) ...
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GUEST BLOGGER: Political journalist Daniel Politi wishes he lived in the era of Martini lunches, so we asked him to share his favorite Retiro hotspots with you http://insidebuenosaires.com/2014/03/20/guest-blogger-daniel-politis-retiro/
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¿QUÉ OPINIÓN LE MERECE EL CIRCUITO DE RESTÓS PORTEÑOS?/¿POR QUÉ LE SIMPATIZA EL FENÓMENO DEL CHEF-ROCKSTAR?/¿POR QUÉ PIENSA QUE LA GASTRONOMÍA ARGENTINA VA A LLEGAR MUY ALTO? ENTREVISTA A UNO DE LOS REFERENTES DE LA NUEVA GUARDIA DE LA COCINA ARGENTINA. POR SANTIAGO ENEAS CASANELLO
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GUEST BLOGGER: Bartender Fede Cuco recounts how his love affair with British food and drinks began, and where to find it in Buenos Aires http://wp.me/p1sK3V-4tWYkz
The Fierro’s guest bartender Fede Cuco shares his favorite spots to indulge in British culture in Buenos Aires. I don’t really know why I like the British culture and food scene. But I remember the...
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A short video test we shot at the hotel...
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Soler 5862 C1425BYJ CABA Argentina
Soler 5862ARCiudad Autónoma de Buenos AiresBuenos AiresC1425BYJ
+54 11 3220-6800fierrohotel.com
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Chic rooms & suites in a funky hotel featuring an upmarket restaurant & a rooftop pool.- Google
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Richard Allin
2 months ago
Headed to UCO for dinner second night in Buenos Aires. Very nice setting, good food and great service. They speak English which made for an easy experience. Menu has good options with enough variety. Well worth a visit.
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alexclaudon71
2 months ago
UCO is a must in BA. Onze of the BEST restaurant in town. Don't expect cheap prices. Try the lamb and wine pairing. Enjoy the simplicity. Go with some good friends and let the night carry you away.
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Francisco Grancelli
a month ago
Best brunch in Palermo! Great food and cool place.
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Brian Holm-Hansen
7 months ago
The room was very nice, and the gentleman at the front desk was very friendly and professional. The room has a small but great selection of wines (full 750 ml bottles) with descriptions from a sommelier. The Bonarda from El Enemigo is fantastic. There is also a well equipped minibar with Nespresso coffee. The spacious room had a nice desk, side table with chairs, large chaise lounge, closet, dresser, TV, comfortable beds and a small balcony. The lock on the sliding door to the balcony was broken, and the door made horribly loud screetching noise when it was closed. The bathroom had a large, very nice shower with a rainwater showerhead. Breakfast in the hotel restaurant was a big disappointment. The hotel makes a big deal of its restaurant, which claims to have a focus on fresh organic food. However, this is where the hotel failed. The sausage, beans, tomatoes and everything that was supposed to be freshly grilled was room temperature when it was served. We were very disappointed because the restaurant was supposed to be one of the highlights of the hotel, but they failed to meet even the most basic requirements of proper meal service. Letting eggs and meat sit at room temperature not only ruins the taste, but it is also unsanitary.
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Leah A
2 months ago
For UCO: Brunch is $285 ARS per person... What a great deal! Everyone @ the table has to order it though. Menu is updated on their site. It includes course 1) fruit parfait, Orange & apple juice, scones, chocolate pasty, chocolate dessert bite, coffee; Course 2) charcuterie board with different seasoned pork parts (chimichurri, onions, mustard); Course 3) Risotto w/portobello mushrooms & Patagonian trout OR Full English breakfast 4) fruity dessert + last coffee. Decor is wonderful. Service is exquisite. They accept credit cards. There's patio seating as well as indoor. Highly recommended!
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Paul Webb
3 months ago
My wife & I spent 6 delightful days, staying at the Fierro Hotel...a charming, comfortable & compact boutique hotel in the interesting Palermo Hollywood district of Buenos Aires. The hotel is well organised & its rooms are functional, bright & spotless... some with balconies which overlook a charming walled garden where we often enjoyed a delicious meal prepared by the innovative in- house restaurant.. UCO..... The hotel is further enhanced by their efficient & helpful staff...in particularly the front desk personnel, who will recommend & organise outings & alternate dining, experiences, such as the nearby Osaka Palermo
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Dave Bledin
6 months ago
This review is for UCO, the restaurant in the hotel. Came here for new years and it was exceptional -- each course was a masterpiece. Housemade charcuterie, ceviche, paella, lamb... Each course was better than the next. Truly a must.
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Min Phang
8 months ago
This is now Uco. We were there due lunch 2 1/2 weeks ago. The setting is quiet and deciration lie key but tasteful with emphasis on recycled wood. The service is great and very attentive. But the fix is the highlight. Every dish we ordered was delicate and the blend of taste and texture bears the mark of food that's thoughtfully prepared. The presentation was simple but well done. We really enjoyed our lunch. The best part of it was that this was gourmet dining without the exorbitant prices - the prices were very reasonable. I would highly recommend this restaurant.
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