The kitchen takes the freshest Northwest meats and fish, and prepares them over a wood-fired grill in the Argentinean tradition with subtle influences from Spain, France and Italy. The results are heavenly. Order a variety of small plates and share with the table. This local neighborhood place doesn't take reservations. To avoid a long wait, arrive as soon as the doors open. The bartender is a true mixologist, so give him a few flavor hints, then sit back and enjoy the creation. The empanadas and charcuterie are a great way to share with friends and awaken the taste buds before diving into a perfectly cooked ribeye steak and maple glazed heirloom carrots.