Steakhouses: Take a trip to Buenos Aires at this Argentinean-style steakhouse, where the atmosphere springs to life with the seductive sounds of the tango, the aromas of wood-grilled beef and an authentically rustic decor that's more Plaza de Mayo than Pioneer Square. For a traditional experience, regulars laud the parrillada (an Argentinean mixed grill of beef, chicken, and sausage); less adventuresome diners, however, are relieved to find a center-cut filet mignon and classic rib-eye on the menu as well. Ask for a table in the front room. Leave your passport at home, but be prepared to be wowed by the tastes, smells and sounds of beautiful Argentina.
Steaks & Chops: Dinner and dancing in a fantastic, romantic atmosphere at this Argentinean-style steakhouse, with its rustic decor. Many diners have mentioned the parrillada (an Argentinean mixed grill of beef, chicken, and sausage) as being particularly excellent. If you'd like to ease into the Argentinean experience, you'll find filet mignon and rib-eye steaks on the menu, along with several other USDA prime and choice steaks. The baked provolone appetizer has to be tried. The extensive wine list features local vintages as well as cabernets and pinots from South American wineries.