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Harrison Street Houses
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Lonely Planet review
It truly feels like a Buenos Aires hotspot in here, where sleek design and masculine details blend to create a solid, confidence-inspiring setting in which to chow down on hearty steaks with chimicurri, mixed grills with lamb chops and sausages and heavenly starters, including a mini-empanada amuse bouche and a melt-in-your-mouth tiradito, with layers of avocado and thin slices of tuna. A lovely bar with chunky wood stools is the perfect spot to linger over a glass of spicy Malbec while waiting to be seated for the main event.