Argentine Steakhouse: A new spot from Black Sheep Restaurants, Buenos Aires Polo Club is all about handsome steaks and Argentinian flavor.
Look & Feel: The name of the game is polo, and the time period is early 1900s. You’ll find nods to the bygone era in the country-club-esque decor, from the book shelves to traditional attire, equestrian antiques, wood interiors and beautiful brass bar.
On the Menu: Steaks, of course. And huge ones at that. Most of the menu revolves around the custom wood-fire parilla grill, which is used for signature T-Bone steak (30 ounces, $788), as well as Provoleta cheese, New Zealand king salmon, and Ananá la Plancha (grilled pineapple with coconut rum and burnt coconut cake). All the steaks are sourced from a free-range ranch in Argentina, where Black Angus roam the grasslands. Appetizing cocktails and a list of 130 Argentinian wines round out the night.
Great For: Saucy dates, epic meals, big celebrations.
FYI: Buenos Aires Polo Club touched down where Boqueria used to stand.
This writeup is a news piece and was not based on a restaurant visit. The Loop will update this post once we’ve visited in person.