Argentine food is easy to love: flavorful chargrilled meats soaked in a sauce of aromatic parsley, olive oil, and garlic and chased with bottles of strong red wine or a light, lager-style beer. Las Pampas
, with affordable fare and refined decor, emanates old-school ambiance. Courses arrive in measured intervals, not whenever the kitchen decides to bless tables with their creations. Paced from appetizer to entrée, it’s dining out the way dining out used to be, before restaurants gave way to casual communal tables, sharing plates, and liquor-soaked happy hours. Click here for the full review by Nicole Danna.
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