In The Press
"Their decadent, garlicky chimichurri sauce is over the top and blends exquisitely with carnivorous offerings like the seared churrasco, lemony grilled chicken, empanadas, homemade chorizo and sweatbreads."
"Buenos Aires is a steakhouse in the Argentine tradition, and that seems to make the difference. It's full every night, pleasing local crowds with affordable beef and a friendly informal atmosphere."
"Hell, I'd pay a visit to taste those floppy brown fries, drenched in the house chimichurri."
"A 'classy new addition' to the East Village, this pequero Argentinean proffers 'hefty' servings of 'flavourful' grilled meats and 'enticin empanadas' paired with 'affordable Malbecs.'“
“One of the best-kept secrets in the East Village, if not in all of Manhattan, gregarious owner Ismael Alba will make you feel like you’re back home with his family in Argentina at this gem of a creación.”
"This carnivore's playground, where meats may come with a side of meat (a jumbo slab of skirt steak comes with blood sausage)."
"Myriad cuts of Argentine-style grass-fed beef. You probably won't find a better inexpensive steak-fries."
"Add a round of what will soon be known as the city's best empanadas, a vast selection of Argentine wines and beers... & you'll soon be wondering where Argentina's been all your life."
"Gothamist recommends doing as the Argentines do, selecting one of the Malbec varietals off the restaurant's thorough wine list, enjoying a well-grilled steak & finishing the night with a crepe with dulce de leche, the nation's sweet obsession."