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Bueno Aires: Dinner and Drinks

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After the ice cream and before dinner, compare Malbecs from Argentina’s different regions around the tall marble tasting bar of Vinoteca
Palacio Duhau–Park Hyatt Buenos Aires
(wine for two $50). Here, superman sommelier Marcelo
Rebolé oversees a 7,000-bottle cellar with some five dozen by-the-glass
offerings complemented by house-aged cheeses. Go ahead and have another glass:
dinner, at Fervor (dinner
for two $80),
is just around the corner. The interiors here are taberna-meets-brasserie,
and while the Porteño grilled-beef classics are exemplary, well-heeled Recoleta
regulars come for the expertly sizzled parillada de mar (seafood
grill). Borges is forgotten, at least for a while. —Anya von
Bremzen

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Bueno Aires: Dinner and Drinks

After the ice cream and before dinner, compare Malbecs from Argentina’s different regions around the tall marble tasting bar of Vinoteca
Palacio Duhau–Park Hyatt Buenos Aires
(wine for two $50). Here, superman sommelier Marcelo
Rebolé oversees a 7,000-bottle cellar with some five dozen by-the-glass
offerings complemented by house-aged cheeses. Go ahead and have another glass:
dinner, at Fervor (dinner
for two $80),
is just around the corner. The interiors here are taberna-meets-brasserie,
and while the Porteño grilled-beef classics are exemplary, well-heeled Recoleta
regulars come for the expertly sizzled parillada de mar (seafood
grill). Borges is forgotten, at least for a while. —Anya von
Bremzen

Courtesy of Park Hyatt

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