The results of the new edition of the 50 Best Bars in the World confirm that Buenos Aires is not only a leader in cocktails on the continent, but has established itself in the world as well. While products can sometimes be missing, there is no doubt when it comes to making local distillates and drinks, as shown by this new ranking.
In 2021 it rose to the fifth position and for the fourth consecutive year, atlantic floraria In the list of the most recognized in the world of cocktails, maintaining its presence in the top 20, Ranked 18th. Along with this were two other great bars in the city of Buenos Aires: 3 monkeys which still exists and rank 27 This year and this year’s new addition, Cochin China ranked 42nd, Away from Buenos Aires, right in Madrid, though with Argentinian blood Guru Salmon Buro Diego Cabrera also had a privileged position, 15th place. The announcement was made this afternoon at a face-to-face ceremony at La Cupula de las Arenas, located in the Arenas Mall in Barcelona. To end the ceremony, the number 1 spot went per Barcelona Heaven.
led by bartender Tato Giovanni Y on partner Aline Vargas, is located on Calle Arroyo in Retiro and focuses on the identity of Argentina with a letter dedicated to the immigrants who built the country. With its coordinating window, a large wine cellar and beautiful bouquets of flowers, cocktail fans know how to open the refrigerator door and head to the basement of this hidden bar.
Growing up in the small coastal town of Pinamar, Giovanni is already a global benchmark for his gin, Principe de los Apostolas, sponsoring the closing party of the event at Tonight’s Two Schmucks Bar—its opening in Rio de Janeiro. For, London and Rosario, and for the Atlantic Festival which was held in Quebrada de Humahuaca, Jujuy. The meeting held last August in Huacalera brought together more than 100 bartenders from around the world to celebrate Pacamama.
“On the regional map of Latin America, the vital union we have is what sets us apart, without arrogance and with a willingness to help each other,” Giovanni said. “While we are too busy to ring the phone, we are always there for each other. I think on the map of the world, Latin America has a unique opportunity to stand out and be seen even more, I think the time has come for this. The Argentine cocktail bar is in a glorious moment that has yet to reach its maximum expression. I think there’s a lot to do and a lot to show.”
The new and well-deserved addition to The World’s 50 Best Bars 2022 list is Cochinina, owned by bartender Ines de los Santos, which is debuting at XX position.
With a career spanning over 25 years in the Guild, she is already a well-known face in the media by being on the jury. gran bartender, Businessman and mother currently have several businesses: His company sorbetOne Drink Catering, Bar bard’s bowl His recent venture at Campo Argentino de Polo and with Narada Lepeso So, which will open its doors in November in the neighborhood of Belgrano.
“This award makes me happy in recognition of my work, It makes me proud to be a part of this list after more than two decades dedicated to the bar.And professionally, we’re going to look inside and see how we continue to improve every day,” de los Santos said.
And he added: “Argentina, and especially Buenos Aires, is a super position, and for me it is one of the cities with the best cocktails on offer, not only because of the variety but also because of the simplicity. We have a shortage of products, of variety, However there is a lot of search and more and more we are looking at the map of the country and that means we have our own cocktail bar. There are more genuine Argentinian products that give us the tools to create different cocktails with a national identity,
The third representative of the list is Palermo Bar. 3 monkeysthe director Sebastian Atenza, Carlos Aguinsky and Gus WoakeWho had earlier secured 33rd position in 2021 and is ranked 27th in this edition.
Situated on the corner of the streets of Thames and Guatemala in the classic neighborhood of Palermo, this trio’s unanimous proposition was always to achieve a great final product with identity and originality, distinguishing itself from hollow bars and people without investment. The group self-defined as “workaholics” has dedicated itself to social work and spreading what happens in Argentine bars around the world. His repeated experiences inspired him to spread the Argentine culture to New York, Mexico, Italy, Colombia and more recently Barcelona where the prizes were presented.
“It’s great that there are rankings that reflect where cocktails are going and take this opportunity to show our culture to the world,” Atinza said. “Sustainability, quality of service, regional products, care and training of human resources. I see Argentine cocktails growing, more and more people are interested in the world of the drink, and we are growing hand in hand, a lot more camaraderie among coworkers. The tendency is to open up well thought out bartending locations on large investments. The whole world is going to that place in search of value and quality through careful products. People come from abroad and fall in love with the culture, that’s the best thing that can be done, show your identity, your history.
Although some Latin Americans entered the 50 best bars overall, they did so with enthusiasm. Jean Trinh, owner of Alchemical Bar in Cartagena, Colombiareceived the Alto Bartenders’ Bartender Award (chosen by his colleagues), while Hanky Panky from Mexico City Received Mixer’s Art of Hospitality Award. Guayaquil Bar Juliana—which opened just 10 months ago—reached the finals for best concept and menu design.
Other notable Latin American honors include Carnival (Lima, 44), President (Buenos Aires, 61), Tan Tan (Sao Paulo, 62), The Baron (New Entrance of Cartagena, 66) You Laura’s Room (New Entrance of Bogotá, 70). salmon master, Diego Cabrera’s Madrid Bar, across from La Plata rank 15 But the best bar in Latin America is The Chemistry of Cartagena in Colombia. with your place The tenth (10) position becomes the best position in the continent.
Thankfulness To Omar Chamorro for contributing to this note