Featured Argentinean Restaurants NYC

Chimichurri Grill
609 Ninth Avenue
New York, NY
212-586-8655
A Ninth Avenue favorite with the pre- and post-theater crowd, this cozy steakhouse specializes in well-seasoned beef and the tangy, eponymous sauce that accompanies it.
La Zarza
166 1st Avenue
New York, NY 10009
(212) 477-1111
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La Zarza, a lively, sophisticated restaurant, opened in February 2008 in New York's perennially hip East Village. A destination that intertwines indigenous Argentinian and Spanish cuisine and culture on the multifaceted menu.
Industria Argentina
329 Greenwich Street
New York, NY 10013
(212) 965-8560
The staff likes to point out that everything in the restaurant is made in Argentina, just like the name suggests. Certainly the twig-hewn art, leather chairs, and the roaring flame of a parrilla transport diners to a Patagonian es...
Estancia 460
460 Greenwich Street
New York, NY 10013
(212) 431-5093
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Effervescent Stacey Sosa, now emerges as the solo owner of "Estancia 460". The cuisine is Argentine inspired, with Italy and Spain lending additional culinary influences.
Azul Bistro
152 Stanton Street
New York, NY 10002
(646) 602-2004
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Downtown aesthetics and Argentine fare converge at this corner bistro, delivering a compelling Latin spin on a familiar Lower East Side concept. Handsome wood trim frames banks of windows that gaze over a grimy-if no longer gritty...
Cafe Ronda
249 Columbus Avenue
New York, NY 10023
(212) 579-9929
Ronda, is a Spanish restaurant featuring the flavors and traditions of every region of Spain. Our wine list has been carefully chosen offering new experiences in flavors from the Old World along with quality and price.
Sosa Borella
832 8th Avenue
New York, NY 10019
(212) 262-8282
The marriage of Italian and Argentine cuisines is a happy thing indeed, and winningly showcased at the midtown outpost of Sosa Borella.
Novecento
343 West Broadway
New York, NY 10013
(212) 925-4706
The cuisine at Novecento is a refined co-existence of Argentine, Mediterranean and Pan Latin cuisines heightened by French techniques, with an emphasis on presentation - this style is perhaps best called NUEVO BISTRO.