Buenos Aires residents love eating out, and they have a special soft spot for bodegones, restaurants that dish out generous portions of popular Argentine versions of traditional Italian and Spanish food at reasonable prices. So when Italian-born food critic Pietro Sorba published Bodegones de Buenos Aires (Planeta, 2008, 109 p.), his guidebook to these eating establishments in the city was snapped up so quickly that bookstore clerks didn’t even have time to arrange displays, and it quickly went out of print. But a second edition, with the same good English translation of the first, has just hit bookstore shelves, making it worthwhile to try to get a copy.