We’re opening a restaurant, y’all!

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Buenos Aires puerta cerrada NOLA is taking the next step and opening a new gastropub style restaurant in Palermo Viejo. The focus will be an after office crowd with local craft beer by Broeders Artesanal, Argentine wines, fried chicken, gumbo and other New Orleans style dishes.

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fried chicken & biscuits every Thursday during February & March at NOLA

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Hola, friends!

A quick note that during the month of February we’ll be slinging fried chicken every Thursday at Beer Night with Bröeders Artesanal.

Details-

3 pints of craft beer per person
fried chicken, biscuits, veg & gravy + pastry
9:30 every Thursday in Palermo Viejo (location given when reservation is confirmed)
250 pesos per person, cash only
capacity 28 people, both communal and private dining available
reservations only via email here or 15.5348.4509.

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Celebrating NOLA’s 1 year ::

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A couple weeks back we had a great reason to celebrate.

Our tiny business that we started a year ago with so many uncertainties has made it a full year.

So nerve-wracking at first. Still at times, truthfully!

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AIPIM

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A couple weeks back I had the privilege of eating at Aipim for their last weekend of brunch service.

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blueberry goat cheese tart & buttermilk crust

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Since the beginning it’s always been about bourbon pecan pie at our small restaurant Nola here in Buenos Aires.

With the weather warming we’ve been making loads of menu changes, and our most well received has been this little tart up above. She’s the perfect summer time treat!

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POWER omelette

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You may have noticed by now that I’m a fan of simplicity. The right mix of ingredients can orchestrate a fine meal with little compromise of time or effort. And timing is everything.

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