El Abierto

An event venue with a beautiful garden in the middle of the city, Latin American cuisine, wood fired asado and the possibility of hiring the best suppliers of technical support and artists. It is the space to celebrate being outdoors, with the family, colleagues or friends

Casa Cavia

Casa Cavia is an elegant home that brings together a restaurant, publishing house, booksellers and florist’s. Built in 1927 by Norwegian architect and artist Alejandro Christophersen, it was carefully restored to become what it is today: a return to the delights of the Belle Epoque in Buenos Aires in constant dialogue with the present. A meeting place of architecture, books, food and flowers.

Lupe García, creative director, has sought out the finest Argentine talent and turned them into Casa Cavia’s gracious hosts: Ana Mosqueda (editor-in-chief of Ampersand publishing house), Julieta Caruso (head chef of the La Cocina crew) Camila Gassiebayle (director of Blumm Flower Co.) and Stephania Kallos ( architect-in-charge of the original restoration of the house). Five women bringing together the worlds of food, books, flowers and design.

A meeting place of arts and artisans, where creativity is cultivated. A place to set aside one’s daily routines in favor of pleasure and contemplation.

Piso Tres

Pablo Massey’s private dining experience, Piso Tres, combines design, technology and intimacy for every kind of event. A contemporary place to dine in the historic district of Buenos Aires, Piso Tres is intensely vibrant both day and night. We offer a unique way to celebrate with the cuisine of Pablo Massey.


We adapt to any type of event: from business days to weddings and birthdays. For us each celebration is a new staging, a new challenge. We seek to understand, always, the customer's need, to create tailor-made festivities.

We believe that environments create life stories, which is why we want to welcome those who come to celebrate and give them the best of us. Give them that warmth we just feel at home.

Pedro Sello Blanco
114 969 1997