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March 31, 2008 4:30 PM
Posted by Nancy Leson
Got a call from a guy named Marty, from Marysville. He's coming into town in a couple of weeks to see Caberet at the 5th Avenue Theatre and several of his friends recommended the Buenos Aires Grill for dinner. But then he got to nosing around on the internet and found some negative posts regarding the place, so he was wondering: What do I think of it?
Well, when it opened, I thought it was terrific, as you can read right here. I still recall an amazingly buttery and well-priced filet mignon (not my favorite cut, usually), delicious morcilla (blood sausage), the chimichurri (that I've since taken to making at home), and those fabulous tango dancers twirling on the bar (you'd have to see it to believe it). Unfortunately, it's been too many years since I've been, so I thought I'd ask: Anyone been to Buenos Aires Grill in the past year or so? Comments?
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