Fodor's Expert Review Don Julio
Behind an unassuming facade, one of Palermo's best steak houses features cowhide tablecloths, wagon-wheel lighting fixtures, and rows and rows of empty wine bottles signed by satisfied customers. The place features one of the city's better-curated wine lists—ask for owner Pablo Rivero, who knows the ins and outs of every vintage. Packing the place at lunch and dinner is a mix of locals and expats dining on the fantastic ojo de bife (rib-eye steak) and cuadril (rump steak). The chorizo sausages are also great, as is pretty much anything else off a grill.
Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires 1425, Argentina