Miguel Angel Review
With its paneled walls, sleek black tables, and vintage photos, this stylish Italo-Argentine restaurant is the happy exception to a dining scene that's as bleak as the steppes surrounding the town. Deferential waitstaff help you pick which of their pasta specialties to go for—options include squash ravioli in wild mushroom sauce, spinach and Parma ham agnolotti, or—most indulgent of all—stuffed gnocchi. Lunching professionals come for the set menus, which often include thick steaks and roast potatoes.
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