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Best Parrilas in Buenos Aires
JUL 06 2011

Well, here ya go. A giant list of the best parrillas in Buenos Aires. The goal of this guide is to provide you with a list that is quick and easy to view all in one convenient place. You will see some familiar names on this list and others you will never of heard of. The Parrillas here provide many options depending on in what price range you are looking to spend and what atmosphere you would like to dine in.

by Un Gringo in Buenos Aires

 

Cabaña Las Lilas

Puerto Madero
Alicia Moreau De Justo 516
$$$$$$
www.laslilas.com

One of the most famous Buenos Aires Parrillas, Cabaña Las Lilas is high class. All meat comes from their very own ranch specializing in bovine genetics. With a great wine list of 560 labels, a sophisticated atmosphere and top notch service, expect to spend a lot of money here. If you can imagine an American version of an expensive and classy steakhouse, Cabaña Las Lilas is the Argentine equivalent.

Don Julio

Palermo Soho
Guatemala 4691
$$$$
No Website

With Parrillero Pepe Sotelo in charge of the grill every night at Don Julio, expect some quality steaks with a good mix of fat, tenderness and taste. A great parrilla to enjoy while in Palermo Soho, make sure try the Chorizo Don Julio, which is sliced with mozzarella and tomato.



El Bonpland
Palermo Hollywood
Bonpland 2113
$$$$
www.elbonpland.com

El Bonpland is a great parrilla option in Palermo Hollywood. While having a “palermo” feel to it, El Bonpland still retains the vibe of a typical neighborhood parrilla. Opened not long ago in 2008, the owners of El Bonpland make it a point to cut their cuts of Ojo de Bife and Bife de Chorizo with a spoon, as they do at La Brigada in San Telmo.


La Celeste
Palermo Hollywood
Bonpland 1944
$$$
www.parrillalaceleste.com.ar


La Celeste is a great parrilla to check out as it is Uruguayan. Owners Carlos Quevedo comes from Uruguay and makes sure his menu highlights the many wonderful Uruguayan delights like Chivito. The walls are covered with Uruguayan artifacts and they even try to convince you that Carlos Gardel was born in Uruguay, a highly debated topic.


El Parrillón
Puerto Madero
Av. Giralt and Migone
$
No Website

If you come to Buenos Aires and don’t eat at one of the Carritos (food stand Parrillas), you are making a mistake! Not only are they cheap, but they are incredibly tasty, especially their sandwiches. One of the more well known Carritosis El Parrillón, which along with many other Carritos, resides along the La Costanera Sur in Puerto Madero. If you are looking for a nice place to each lunch outside, check out El Parrillión or many of the otherCarritos along La Costanera Sur.


El Pobre Luis
Núñez/Belgrano
Quesada 1699
$$$$
No Website


Owner Luis Acuna founded El Pobre Luis back in 1986 and since then it has become a must visit Parrilla in Núñez. Originally from Uruguay, Luis is known for bringing over the Uraguayan style grill and adapting it to the Buenos Aires Parrilla. Being in Núñez, El Pobre Luis might seem a bit far away, but its not as far away as it may seem, especially if you are exploring Belgrano around Chinatown or going to River Plate.


Fervor
Recoleta
Posadas 1519
$$$$$
No Website

Although not a traditional Parrilla, Fevor is a great option as it is a Steak and Seafood restaurant, something not too common in Buenos Aires. Featuring a fish of the day, Fevor is a great choice if you have some friends who don’t eat meat but do eat fish.


Gran Parrilla del Plata

San Telmo
Chile 594
$$$$
www.parrilladelplata.com

Situated in a building that used to be a Carnicería called Gran Carniceria del Plata, Gran Parrilla del Plata had an easy choice for a name! Gran Parrilla del Plata features old relics from when the building space was a Carniceríalike a beef-cutting saw, wooden doors from the cold chambers they kept the meat in, the counter which is now the bar and hooks and railings that would move the beef carcuses. A great and unique parrilla.

La Brigada

San Telmo
Estados Unidos 465
$$$$$
No Website

Arguably the best Parrilla in Buenos Aires depending on who you ask along with La Cabrera and Cabaña Las Lilas, La Brigada definitely lives up to its name. The waiters cut the meat with a spoon, great care is taken in suggesting wines to complement what steak you order and thechimichurri is out of this world. A must visit.


Las Nazarenas
Retiro
Reconquista 1132
$$$$
www.lasnazarenas.com.ar

Las Nazarenas features chefs in traditionalgaucho attire and a wine cellar with over 20,000 bottles. Tradition is what is focused on most at Las Nazarenas and it shows both in atmosphere and the taste of meat.

La Cabrera
Palermo Soho
Cabrera 5127
$$$$
www.parrillalacabrera.com.ar

Yes, you have read about it in every guide book and website you read. Is it worth the visit? Yes. Check it out.




La Dorita de Enfrente
Palermo Hollywood
$$$
www.parrillaladorita.com.ar/

Another Parrilla in Palermo Hollywood managing to retain a down to earth neighborhood feel while embracing the trendiness of Palermo, La Dorita de Enfrente is a great, affordable option. Make sure to try their choricampi, which is chorizo wrapped in a homemade bread.

Miranda

Barrio: Palermo Hollywood
Costa Rica 5602
www.parrillamiranda.com

Tired of eating at restaurants in Palermo that put style over substance (substance meaning the taste of the food)? Miranda is able to provide a trendy stylish atmosphere with great steaks to back it up. If you are looking for a more hip, stylish parrilla, Miranda is your choice.

For more info check: http://www.gringoinbuenosaires.com/buenos-aires-parrillas-ultimate-guide/

 

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