The aromas of culinary creations from all over the world lofted through the air Sunday afternoon at the The Argentina Independent’s BA Underground Market. Over 40 vendors sold items ranging from fine, handcrafted necklaces to ‘psychedelic’ burgers, and some booths even offered services such as nail painting.
Vendors hailed from all over the world, each one was unique and added additional flavor to the marketplace mixing pot. Many people who attended the market were delighted to have access to such a variety of delicious food for such a low cost, especially pleased to find items that are rarities in Buenos Aires, such as hot sauce and (authentic) Indian food.
The Argentina Independent would like to thank all the vendors for their hard work and delicious food, Gospel In The Street for sharing their talent with us, and of course, the incredible amount of people who came out and shared the afternoon with us. We will be looking forward to the next one!
Preparing food all day at Aipim for the constant flow of hungry patrons (photo: Bodhi Stanberry).
Vendors carried a large assortment of items ranging from sweets, like Redondo Cookies here, to hot sauce (photo: Bodhi Stanberry).
Vive Viandas staff pose for a photograph before the market opens (photo: Bodhi Stanberry).
Constant food preparation made for delicious smells and, for some, here at Dos Andando, the opportunity to learn a few culinary secrets (photo: Bodhi Stanberry).
Fresh lemonade, delicious beer, and other creative drinks were served throughout the day (photo: Bodhi Stanberry)
Many foodie friends were made and many plates of food were enjoyed (photo:Bodhi Stanberry)
Broder’s beer and NOLA Chef were present, here waiting for the market to open (photo: Bodhi Stanberry).
Bratwurst Argentina employees patiently serve the crowd (photo: Bodhi Stanberry).
Although English and Spanish were the primary languages spoken, the market was truly a mixing pot of countless cultures (photo: Bodhi Stanberry)
Sunday was definitely a good day at the BA Underground Market (photo: Bodhi Stanberry).
Dos Andando’s ‘psychedelic’ burgers (photo: Bodhi Stanberry).
Kristin Gutekunst, owner of Nail Me BAires, paintes nails at the market (photo: Bodhi Stanberry).
Eating and socialising in the sunny market loft (photo: Bodhi Stanberry).