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El Pobre Luis
El Pobre Luis Review
It's worth a visit to this Belgrano parrilla just to see the impressive collection of sports memorabilia, especially soccer jerseys autographed by some of the sport's legends. Fortunately, the food is fantastic, too. Jovial owner Luis Acuna ("Poor Luis") is from Uruguay, and serves some of that country's signature dishes, like pamplona: grilled meat, vegetables, cheese, and spices rolled into a wrap. This place packs in a raucous clientele, and the service suffers as a result. But the good food and fun atmosphere make it well worth the trip.
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