Food

Food Reviews

15 May, 2013 | Sophia Howe, Alan Pierce, Robert Noyes

Pronto Delicatessen by Alan Pierce Photo: Alan Pierce Initiation to Pronto Dalicatessen’s Italian fusion is like getting back together with an old flame. The culinary experience sparks an effortle...

Gustu: A New Flavour in Town

14 May, 2013 | Amaru Villanueva Rance

Photo: Nick Ballon Dinner is booked for two for Friday at 7 p.m. at the latest haute cuisine establishment in town. Come to think of it, it's not just the latest, but arguably the only restaurant...

How to Love Life Itself

15 Feb, 2013 | Martin Diaz Meave

Football: A Game of Hearts I don’t remember his name, but he spoke with an emotion and a glint in his eyes that I didn’t see very often: this exchange student from Thailand, barely 17 years old,...

Getting to the Heart of It

15 Feb, 2013 | Hayden Aldredge

Anticuchos, The True Heart of La Paz It was late one evening, possibly early in the morning, and I had one single mission: to find some sustenance in order to make bearable the walk to our next d...

Women and Cooking: A Cultural Connection

14 Aug, 2012 | Benjamin Fagan

Walking through the many barrios of La Paz, any passerby is bound to be taken aback by the multitude of smells that fi ll the air. Familiar odors of exhaust from minibuses and cabs and the smells of t...

Dining at Alasita: A cornucopia of culinary delights

28 Feb, 2012 | Helena Cawell

As a lover of food, I have tried some of the best (and worst) of market stall food from a variety of countries. At best it is delicious and authentic, giving a peek at life behind the tourist façade;...

Paceña

07 Oct, 2011 | Robbie Macdonald

The people’s beer Paceña is the top brand in Bolivia. The red, white and gold logo can be seen nearly everywhere you look. In addition to the everyday press, an enthusiastic marketing team oversees...