While the Argentine tango is known for its improvisatory elegance, the menu at The Taste of Tango is planned far enough in advance to control each detail down to the cow's diet. Though the handsome eatery serves up a variety of fresh Argentinean appetite pleasers, the organic, grass-fed steaks dance across the menu text like no double-left-footed steaks. An order of jamon crudo y muzarella con rusa ($10) pairs sliced prosciutto with mozzarella and rusa salad to whet palates alongside a glass of aromatic Argentinean wine ($8–$12 by the glass). Reunite your senses in a tasty embrace with Tango's velvety, savory, and smoky 8-ounce sliced filet mignon, sautéed with onion, bacon, and mushrooms in a demiglace ($28). Vary up your meat intake with milanesa a la napolitana (breaded and fried beef with melted mozzarella, ham, and tomato sauce, $22) or costilla de cerdo a al riojana (pork chops served with Spanish potatoes, peas, peppers, bacon, and egg, $22). If your taste for Argentinean eats does not extend to its meats, The Taste of Tango offers seafood and vegetarian options such as merluza al champagne (hake covered in champagne, onions, tomato, peppers, and garlic sauce, $18) and canelones a la rossini filled with spinach and topped with parmesan cheese ($12).