A Mendoza vineyard. All photos by Sara Helmark
The gorgeous scenery, the endless vineyards, the hefty meat and sweet pastries—Mendoza, Argentina, has much to offer the culinary traveler. In this bustling city with a laid-back vibe, it’s easy to visit for two days and wind up staying a month. The only downside? You might, like me, put on a few kilos while eating your way around this city. Trust me, it’s worth it. Here's what to eat and drink in Mendoza.
Wine & Wineries
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São Paulo skyline. Photo: Filipe Frazao/Shutterstock.com
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Ceviche mixto. Photo: EYW user Jessie
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