Located on the fringe of Little Italy’s bustling restaurant scene, this intimate Argentine steak house is named for a Buenos Aires waterfront neighborhood home to generations Italian immigrants. The dimly lighted spot may not be as trendy as other dining spots here, but is still a romantic and comfortable destination for visitors and neighborhood regulars. Patio seating is perfect for happy-hour munching on popular empanadas or tender marinated octopus in olive oil and
garlic. The many Argentinean-style steaks, including the signature skirt steak, get a flavor boost from the tangy chimichurri sauce. An extensive wine list includes some delicious malbecs from Mendoza.