Located at 1250 South Miami Avenue you’ll find LaBoca Grill Cafe, a traditional Argentinean joint that’s actually named for one of the country’s villages. You’ll feel like you’re in a small Argentinean village when you enter as you find on the wall a replica of the front of a colorful South American home built into the wall, complete with a porch.
LaBoca Grill Cafe offers appetizers like their “Picada de Barrio” (a giant plate of assorted meat including skirt steak, chicken & molleja sausage), LaBoca empanadas, Tartar de Atun, and entrees like the highly traditional “Lomo a la Parrilla”, or “grilled loin”, which coats a grilled filet in a malbec demi-glaze reduction. Salads and Pasta are also available.
Be sure to wash it all down with a choice from their selection of 50 vinos from countries like Italy, Spain, Chile, and Uruguay.
Corporate Discounts and Corporate Delivery are available
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