Sign up and enjoy six hours of non-stop music, shows and food with the most select Argentinian meat prepared by 9 Reinas.
If you're talking about barbecue and grilled meat, you've got to be thinking about an Argentinian grill. And since we at Time Out love tempting our readers, here's an offer that will have your mouth watering. If you're a meat lover and you're up for six hours of pure pleasure with the most delicious Argentinian meat, you're in luck: 9 Reinas will be cooking a spectacular meal for you in one of the most emblematic spots in Barcelona, the Torre Bellesguard.
Meats, wines, cheeses and desserts accompanied by non-stop music and a live show. Don't miss out – on Saturday, October 17 you've got a date with the best Argentinian grill in Barcelona.
Enjoy an exquisite meal in a one-of-a-kind venue. Starters, grilled meats, drinks, coffees and desserts: a complete meal along with a DJ playing music until the party's end. And there's great live entertainment: you'll see two shows of the most sensual tango with dancers Sivgin Dalkilic and Carlos Baruque, from the dance school El Desbande.
You can also check out the photography exhibition 'Art against war', by Argentinian artist Héctor Zampaglione. And Hyundai will be on hand to show off their new Hyundai Tucson SUV. What's more, the Delicatessen Argentina butchers will be offering a selection of some of their best Argentinian products. And, when you arrive, they'll give you a very sweet welcome pack.
Exceptional cooking, a surprising space and live shows – all for just €50. You won't want the day to end!
What's on the menu?
From 9 Reinas you'll get a full meal with starters (chorizos, 'morcilla' sausages, savoury 'empanada' pies, 'mollejas' [beef gizzards] and 'matambre' [thin beef flank steak]), meats ('vacío' [beef flank steak], 'entraña' [thick skirt steak], 'tira de asado' [beef short ribs] and 'costillar a la estaca' [beef ribs]) and crepes with dulce de leche.
Delicatessen Argentina will pair red and white wines from Bodegas Flichman with Argentinian sirloin carpaccio. You can also try two cheeses, a creamy cuartirolo and Argentinian-style mozzarella. And finally you'll get a sampling of dulce de leche.
Dance school El Desbande will put on two tango shows. Dancers Sivgin Dalkilic and Carlos Baruque will perform the dance based on improvisation and dialogue, full of feeling and suggestive movements. You'll love it.
On the patio you can view the exhibition 'Arte contra guerra', a selection of photos by Héctor Zampaglione, an Argentinian photographer who lives in Catalonia and who founded the Photographic Association of Masnou (FEM).
Don't miss out on this mix of gastronomy and culture from only €50, an exclusive offer for Time Out readers. We'll see you on Saturday, October 17 at the Torre Bellesguard from noon.