At this comfortable and inviting Argentine steak house, nothing succeeds like excess, as in enormous portions of hugely flavorful, precisely cooked beef that cost a fraction of what they would at your typical American-style meatery. An encyclopedic wine list and suave, professional service add to the enjoyment of meats cooked on the grill or the turntable-like asador, whether a long slab of immensely flavorful skirt steak or a mixed grill of deeply savory sausages, sweetbreads, short ribs, and flap meat (like hangar steak). Finish with balcarce, a sexy sort of Argentine tiramisu with sponge cake.
When Ludwig Mies van der Rohe said, "Less is more," he wasn't talking about Graziano's. This comfortable, unpretentious Argentine steak house spits in the beer of "less." It flips the bird to "moderation," body-slams "cholesterol" t...
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