Experience Buenos Aires’ Golden Age at Artango Bar and Steakhouse, where the rich cultural heritage of Argentina comes alive. Set amidst a tableau of Art Nouveau and Neo-classical architecture and décor are the exciting tastes, lively music and dancing of Argentina.An evening at Artango feels as if you’ve traveled to Buenos Aires, and guests have the opportunity to enjoy authentic imported Grass-Fed Argentinian steaks prepared by Executive Chef Guillermo Paolliso. Roman’s selection of 120 day wet-aged, grass-fed black angus beef cuts are grilled on an Argentinian parrilla at a slightly lower temperature and for a longer period of time – similar to the Patagonian method of barbecuing crafted by Buenos Aires-born celebrity chef, Francis Mallmann. Chef Guillermo finds the Argentine cuts to be lean, tender and full of flavor. Pair your meal with Prohibition-era cocktails and both classic and rare European and Argentine wines. Dining at Artango is a memorable journey to Argentina.
ñ (pronounced EN-yay) is a lounge and restaurant that serves delicious Argentine food in the Avondale neighborhood of Chicago. The menu includes empanadas (beef, ham and cheese, chicken and spinach), a flavorful, thinly cut flank steak called vacio and oversized sandwiches. In addition to entrees and Argentine tapas, ñ serves a variety of Latin-inspired drinks, including outstanding mojitos.ñ is open late Tuesday through Friday till 2:00 a.m. and Saturday till 3:00 a.m. It offers live music on Tuesday and a DJ four nights a week. Located in a building in the industrial section of North Elston, ñ is unassuming on the outside and provides a lively, vibrant atmosphere on the inside for enjoying an evening with friends or making new ones.