At this temple to fire-kissed proteins, Argentinian asado attracts meat lovers. The parrillada de carnes, a platter of four meats priced at $92, includes ojo del bife, center-cut rib eye, and the Corte Especial 348, bottom sirloin, a cherished cut in South America. You’ll also find classics like morcilla (blood sausage) with house chimichurri; grilled chicken; flame-toasted Argentinian cheese; and empanadas that come crimped and steaming hot. (The leek and mozzarella are best.) The beverage list includes over a half dozen caipirinhas and a staunch list of Mendoza malbecs. A slightly formal setting includes tableside service.