Sabot, 25 de Mayo 756, C1002ABP Buenos Aires, Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires, Argentina [Google | TripAdvisor | Fodors | LonelyPlanet | Ylp]
It’s been a longstanding fear of travelers (or travelers like myself, at least) that global conglomerates like McDonald’s or TGI Friday’s might use the bludgeon of the Big Mac or the bluster of Flair to wipe out everything unique, provincial and good. But what struck me on this trip, not having seen BA for a decade and thus being more sensitive to what had changed, was how a different kind of sameness was permeating Porteño restaurant and bar culture—much more indie and elevated, but just as insidious.
The main argument is that when asking for food tips, you need to consider the age of the responder very carefully, and in many cases you should favor the older recommenders, up to some limit of course. The full article is here, hat tip goes to Yana.
Originally posted on Marginal Revolution – click to see comments and suggestions.