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Trendy Palermo Viejo

This is the first polyglot blog about places & events of Palermo Viejo, the trendiest neighborhood of Buenos Aires. / Primer blog políglota sobre lugares y eventos de Palermo Viejo, el barrio más “trendy” de Buenos Aires. / Este é o primeiro blog poliglota sobre lugares e eventos de Palermo Viejo, o bairro mais “trendy” de Buenos Aires. / Premier blog polyglot sur boutiques, restaurants, hôtels et événements de Palermo Viejo, le quartier plus “trendy” de Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Friday, October 27, 2006

Armenia between /entre El Salvador & Honduras



On 7/15 I wrote a post about Armenia St. between Costa Rica & El Salvador.
Today let’s stroll one more block along Armenia St.
After crossing El Salvador St, you’ll find Jazmín Chebar (this designer, who was one of the firsts to settle down in Palermo Viejo, now has stores on shopping malls). Next to it, Adelante (clothing) invites you to step inside this house turned into a store. Then, you can try on some shoes at Mandarine and after that, you can have a coffee at Barseis or go upstairs to new Little Rose and have sushi & tea. Ready to continue? Check out some more shoes at Sybil Vane (you can also get them at the malls), get a cool umbrella at Seco and glasses at Exe. Pablo Battaglia’s boutique is next and then Raíces Cautivas offers T-shirts with ethnique motifs. Before crossing the street, get some “facturas” (Argentine croissants) at traditional Las Familias right at the corner.
Find across the street Tienda Tres (a 3 designers boutique), Maria Allo (designer of Allo Martinez) and Carla Ricciardi. Be soft (bedding & bath) and Kasia (clothing) complete this block. Have a nice weekend!

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El 15/07 escribí sobre la cuadra de Armenia entre Costa Rica y El Salvador. Hoy, recorramos una cuadra más.
Luego de cruzar El Salvador, encontrarán el local de Jazmín Chebar , quien fue una de las pioneras en el barrio (hoy cuenta con locales en shoppings). Al lado, Adelante nos invita a entrar a la casa devenida en tienda. Luego podemos probarnos zapatos en Mandarine, tomar un café en Barseis o subir al nuevo Little Rose para sushi y té. ¿Listos para seguir? Hay más calzado en Sybil Vane (también disponibles en shopping centers), prepárense para la lluvia con un paraguas divertido de Seco o elijan unos lentes en Exe. La boutique de Pablo Battaglia sigue a continuación, al lado de Raíces Cautivas que tiene remeras con motivos étnicos. Antes de cruzar a la vereda de enfrente, podemos probar las facturas de la tradicional Las Familias, en la esquina.
Enfrente, se encuentran Tienda Tres, Maria Allo (diseñadora de Allo Martinez) y Carla Ricciardi. Be Soft (sábanas y toallas) y Kasia (indumentaria) completan la cuadra. Buen fin de semana!

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No dia 15/07 escreví sobre a rua Armenia entre Costa Rica e El Salvador.
Hoje vamos visitar mais um quarteirão.
Logo de atravessar El Salvador, vejam a loja da Jazmín Chebar (uma das designers pioneiras no bairro, hoje tem lojas nos shoppings). Ao lado, Adelante convida a entrar nesta casa transformada em loja. Logo podemos experimentar calçado na Mandarine e tomar um café no Barseis ou subir ao novo Little Rose para sushi e chá. Vejam mais sapatos na Sybil Vane (também disponível em shoppings), escolham um guarda-chuva divertido em Seco e óculos na Exe. A boutique do Pablo Battaglia fica ao lado de Raíces Cautivas (camisetas com estampas étnicas). Antes de atravessar a rua, a tradicional las Familias oferece “facturas”, croissants, na esquina.
Do outro lado da rua, achem Tienda Tres, Maria Allo (designer de Allo Martinez) e Carla Ricciardi. Be Soft (lençóis e toalhas) e Kasia (indumentaria) completam a rua. Bom fim de semana!

9 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Very interesting. Would love to venture there someday and explore the places you have written about! Keep up the delightful writing! c",)

12:35 PM  
Blogger Dalila said...

Thanks, Irene. Your blog is very interesting too. Regards from Buenos Aires.

8:51 PM  
Blogger santa mistura said...

dadlila o post sobre as imagens com efeitos especiais em flash hoje estava com imagens de 1 mulher horrorosa então deletei o post viu??

11:50 AM  
Blogger Dalila said...

Ah, é por isso que não achei hoje o seu post. Mas a ferramenta é muito boa. Estive brincando um pouco. bjs.

9:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Little Rose is a charming restaurant; one of the best dining establishments in the city.
However, I owe the owner $36 [pesos, not dollars] since we sat down to lunch and didn't know they weren't taking credit cards. What's the best way to send them money since Argentina doesn't allow mailing of currency? Can I mail a check?

6:18 PM  
Blogger Dalila said...

I suggest that you ask the owner of the restaurant directly. I'm sure he'll find a way. Thanks for reading Trendy Palermo Viejo.

8:38 PM  
Blogger crumchic said...

hello!

great posts. i have a question for you. i was in b.a. a couple of years ago and found this incredible shoe store in palermo viejo. we were staying at the bobo hotel, and it was only a few blocks from there. the store sold shoes made exclusively by this one designer who used to be an architect (or perhaps still is?). it was fairly upscale for b.a. - shoes ran up to $100 US. i love the shoes i got there and would love to get more. does this ring any bells?

6:41 PM  
Blogger Dalila said...

Hi Crumchic, it might be Mishka. Does it sound familiar?

9:40 PM  
OpenID owenschoi said...

Hi Dalila
I heard of agreat shoe store where a friend of mine got her shoes at- Mandarine? Do you know if they have a website or how I might find it?
Thanks

1:51 AM  

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