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If you’re in search of the city’s cui­sine, art and crafts­man­ship, lo­cals al­ways pro­vide the best clues. Mishiguene Cocina de In­mi­grantes (Lafinur, 3368) is a con­tem­po­rary Jewish-Ar­gen­tinian restau­rant with the cov­eted stamp of chef Tomás Ka­lika. Its name refers to ‘de­light­fully mad’ peo­ple in Yid­dish. Every Shab­bat Fri­day, this place over­flows with en­ergy and life (get ready to sing and dance). In fact, it was ranked num­ber 50 of the 50 Best Restau­rants in Latin Amer­ica in 2017. If crafts­man­ship is your thing, Fa­con (Nicaragua, 4880) is a shop that re­flects its owner Martín Bus­ta­mante’s love for travel and Ar­gen­tinian tal­ent. The pieces here are con­stantly chang­ing, and in each of them you can sense the re­flec­tion of a sil­ver­smith, a wood worker, a pa­tient weaver or a cre­ative de­signer. For those who need a dose of art, there’s Hen­rique Faria Buenos Aires (Lib­er­tad, 1630). With triple the space and ceil­ings

unp. to seven me­tres high, this iconic gallery will con­tinue to sur­prise even the most de­mand­ing of col­lec­tors at its new lo­ca­tio

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