Bobby swung by Chimichurri for some grass-fed beef spiced up with the classic Argentine sauce for which the place is named. Here, the beef is basted with a saltwater mixture and cooked with heat (not with flame). As Bobby says, this Argentinian Argentinean grilling method leaves the steak “incredibly tender.”
This Miami favorite delivers on both style and substance with generous portions of meats smoked over Spanish quebracho wood. The flanken-style beef short ribs and six-bone rack of lamb remain the favorites. Make sure to visit Graziano's Market next door for their handmade empanadas
A family-run shop in the heart of the Las Olas Riverfront, Argie Grill is the only place in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., making homemade Argentinian-style empanadas. Choose from almost 20 varieties with their own unique fold; Rachael recommends the vegetable empanadas with homemade garlic sauce.