Buenos Aires, Argentina
Sebastian, 29
Content Marketing & Macchiato Enthusiast
see his Buenos Aires city guide

ask Sebastian about

steakhouse museums performing arts music venues breakfast and brunch mostly meat argentinian food

What do you do and why do you do it?

Im currently working in Content Marketing, but always seeking new ideas and opportunities. Why I do what I do? Usually because I enjoy it and because I constantly feel a need to learn new things.

You’re broken hearted - what tracks does your heartbreak playlist consist of?

I would probably start with Holocene by Bon Iver and then repeat to infinity Chicago by Sufjan Stevens.

What are the best TV shows of all time?

Im to anxious to sit and watch TV shows, but I liked Stranger Things a lot.

Name some spots in Buenos Aires that are good for a Tinder date.

I like the bar La Calle, as it has nice vibes.

What’s the area/ spot in town you’ll never be caught dead in?

Mmh probably any club like Caix, over crowded with drunk people.

What’s the thing you LOVE to do in your city that you never get to do?

Ride a bicycle. I would love to do it, cause the city is great for it, but never find the time to do it.

Is there a hidden bar / hole in the wall in Buenos Aires that you particularly like?

Pulperia Quilapan, can't consider it hidden, but its a particular place not too popular, with a traditional argentinean style decoration, I would recommend.

What restaurant in Buenos Aires looks crap, but the food’s amazing?

Pedro Telmo, in San Telmo.

Where can you get the best cocktail in Buenos Aires? Which one do you like?

Probably in Florería Atlantico. I'd go for any of their drinks with gin & tonic.

Where would you take your partner in Buenos Aires if you wanted to really pamper them?

Mmmh maybe Aramburu, but its really expensive.

Which snacks can you only get in your country, and which ones do you recommend?

Alfajores de dulce de leche are my favourites.

What’s the one place you think is overrated in Buenos Aires?

Kansas Restaurant.

What are the Buenos Aires spots a first-time visitor can’t miss?

I'd say Caminito in La Boca, Boca and River Stadium and any football match, MALBA Museum, Teatro Colón, and probably going to watch a music concert to any big venue to experience the Argentinean vibes.

Tomorrow’s your last day in Buenos Aires. How do you spend it?

Im not sure where I'd go but for sure I would eat a great rib eye steak (ojo de bife).

What’s your favorite vacation city in the world and why?

As a city, probably New York, as you can always find what ever you want to do.

instagram profile

sebastianwerthein

photos by

Maia Croizet