MANIFEST OF PULPERIA QUILAPAN"Parisheners, Countrymen, Gauchos, Portenos, Townspeople, Afrikaans, Spaniards, Italians, Frogs,...
MANIFEST OF PULPERIA QUILAPAN"Parisheners, Countrymen, Gauchos, Portenos, Townspeople, Afrikaans, Spaniards, Italians, Frogs, Yankees, Syrians, Gringos, Russians, Turkish, Poles, Jewish, Portuguese, Armenians, Swiss, Koreans, Japenese, Chinese,What's up ?One house opens its doors to the velocity of nature. The Pulperia Quilapan is an Argentine eco-socio-cultural pulperia* of the XXI century.It's located in the historical neighborhood of San Telmo in the capital city of Buenos Aires and in the Web.This boliche* houses:- a bar of wine, vermouth and picada (appetizers),- an eatery (not a bistro)- a grocery store and small handy crafts' shop- a dance hall and music- a patio for recreation and lectures. A place:- simple, elegant, authentic,- human, sisterhood and brotherhood,- passionate and poeticA pulperia honest and innovative with the perfumes and sounds of the terrain.A refuge multifaceted and virtuous for the tradition, that predisposes the creation and the imagination.in the shadows of the wisteria or the heat of the fireplace.A bridge between the rural country and the metropolitan city, between committed producers and responsible consumers.A space of encounter, of discovery, generator of social bonds and revelatory treasure unknown.A spirit dedicated with zeal to the collaborative defense of the ecosystem , social identity, culture patrimony, around the gastronomy and the handicraft.A free microcosmos, outside time for enjoying the past with nostalgia, unsaddling, chatting, sipping and imagining the future with curiosity and smiles.A truthful journey inside Argentina, with native food, creole drinks, handicrafts vernacular or recycled, salvaged books, native drugs, indigenous workshop, folklore dances, argentine games and other delights."*pulperia: establishment that combined the services of a small grocery store and an eatery where people could have a drink, buy potatoes and play games.* boliche: like a pulperia but you can dance and play bowls.