Buenos Aires Argentinian Restaurant is an East Village Gem

Buenos Aires Argentinian Restaurant is an East Village Gem

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Buenos Aires Restautant is colorful Argentinian steakhouse that doesn’t hide its love for soccer and great meat. Over the last 13 years, Buenos Aires Restaurant has become an East Village staple, known for it’s quality meats and authentic Argentine food. The mainstay is cozy with 74 seats and eclectic decor—a warmly lit haunt that features exposed brick walls decorated to the ceiling with black and white travel photos of Buenos Aires as well as the owners' favorite soccer team jerseys and other football memorabilia. 

Buenos Aires Restaurant finds inspiration from traditional Argentine cuisine and is dedicated to serving the highest quality USDA prime grilled meats and dishes that Argentina is known for using organic and local produce. What makes the dishes so authentic and delicious is that all sausage, chorizo and sauces are made in house. Start with a delicious—and dangerous—red sangria. It’s refreshing and perfect Summer. A notable menu item that must be had is the Jamon Iberico de Bellota, a dry cured Iberico ham from acorn-fed pigs. The decadent meat melts in your mouth and is full of flavor. Eat it alone or with the warm complimentary bread and truffle butter—It’s out of this world.

 

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What’s an Argentinian dinner without ample amounts of chorizo and steak? Don’t miss the 100% pork sausage chorizo and if you’re feeling “picante” go for the spicy sausage option! Buenos Aires commitment to prime meats shows on their extensive steak and chorizo options from 10 oz. shirt steaks to 16 oz. rib eyes all the way to 24 oz. dry-aged porterhouse options. The secret superstar of all these dishes is the incredible house made chimichurri sauce that is vibrant with fresh local ingredients. Put it on everything. It adds incredible flavor and depth to just about meat dish on the menu. Buenos Aires Restaurant offers an impressive wine list featuring over 300 bottles of wine from around the world with a focus on wine from Mendoza, Argentina. The beverage menu includes 25 wines by the glass along with classic cocktails crafted with top shelf liquor and seasonal ingredients. 

 

Also, Buenos Aires Restaurant launched it’s all new brunch program this year. The $35 prix fixe brunch includes two courses, two cocktails and coffee or tea. The same menu without alcohol is offered for $25. Signature brunch items include grilled skirt steak with eggs, house made chorizo, spinach empanadas, and panqueque de dulce de leche (a dessert similar to crepes). So many reasons to visit this quaint spot and just a short walk from the 4,6 (Astor Pl.) and the F and M trains (Delancey-Essex st). Come hungry and enjoy the welcoming vibe and fantastic hospitality as Buenos Aires restaurant today. 

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