Santiago’s First Food and Drink E-guide is Born!

by Liz Caskey on December 8, 2009

Wooohooo! As many of you may know, I have been working diligently on the newest member of the Liz Caskey Culinary & Wine Experiences’ family during most of 2009: our new foodie e-guide series, Eat Wine, the first of its kind in Chile, and in South America. We are t-o-t-a-l-l-y pysched to announce that the inaugural guide to our beloved capital, Santiago de Chile, is now officially launched!

Yes, Eat Wine Santiago has been born!

In Eat Wine Santiago, I candidly reveal all of Santiago’s best restaurant picks from joints to gourmet spots and favorite local sandwich haunts; where to buy all types of ingredients from ethnic to organic produce; my favorite bars/cafes/markets. In addition, I give you a hearty orientation to Santiago, its neighborhoods, some savvy travel tips, a VERY comprehensive wine list and culinary dictionary (hint, print and take it with you!) to help you hit home runs every time you dine out.

The mission of Eat Wine Santiago is simple: to help YOU navigate the capital’s amazing food and drink, and in the process tap into the authentic pulse of Chile’s gastronomic culture. This 117-page guide is the GO TO list of where I take my best clients, editors, family, and friends when they visit Santiago–and much more! And in case you’re wondering, I did vet all these places incognito as a paying customer and am not paid to promote ANY of them. Some of them didn’t make the cut for quality, service, or vibe, or are recommended for certain reasons. Let the truth be spoken–you want, need, and deserve, the inside scoop on dining in Santiago.

Can’t wait? To read more and access the GUIDE, here’s the direct link:

http://eatwineguides.com

And if you sign up for our free monthly newsletter, we’ll give you a preview of the guide to check out before buying.

Once again, here’s how to hook it up: http://eatwineguides.com

It’s time to eat and drink better in Santiago; won’t you join me to show you how? Salud!

{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

Ellen Schultz December 8, 2009 at 7:32 pm

Hi Liz,

Congratulations on the new guide. I love food and wine guides to places I visit. Perhaps I’ll be able to visit your city in 2010 and use it.

I have a question for you about a supposedly Chilean sandwich I used to eat here in NYC about twenty years ago. There was a place on Lexington Avenue called Lomito owned by Chileans. Their signature sandwich, the lomito, was some amazing roast pork with avocado on what they called Chilean bread. It was so delicious, but alas they closed. The question I have for you is whether that actually is a specialty sandwich of Chile? And if it is, is it widely sold in Santiago?

Good luck with the guide and happy holidays.

Ellen
NYC

PS Sorry I missed you when you were here.

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Pepe - www.pepeschile.com December 10, 2009 at 4:08 pm

Congratulations on your book launch!

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Gloria December 11, 2009 at 1:34 am

Well Liz I think is a soooo good new!! I congrats you! I think you really know a lot of here and is nice this will be in a Guide, I love your comments about wine and food, Gloria

(Is OK Liz I read you have problems in word press with comments)

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