$15 for $30 Worth of Argentinian Food at Buenos Aires Gardens

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Grass-fed beef sizzles on tabletop grills at Argentinian steak-house with outdoor patio

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Expires Oct 3rd, 2012. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Reservation required; subject to availabilty. Dine-in only. Valid only at listed location. Not valid on holidays or holiday weekends. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

A plate of international cuisine, like a passport, can open up new cultural experiences and must be slathered with chimichurri sauce before passing through customs. Explore new edibles with this Groupon.

$15 for $30 Worth of Argentinian Steak-House Food

Head chef Mauro Sandoval and his staff craft a menu of authentic Argentinian food such as lamb lolli-chops ($27.99) with a port wine reduction, a filet-mignon steak ($20.99), and steak-stuffed sandwiches ($12.99).

Buenos Aires Gardens

Morsels of grass-fed skirt steak, short ribs, and filet mignon sizzle on tabletop grills. Sweet caramel sauce runs down the sides of flan con dulce de leche. Light breading crisps atop a whitefish fillet. Each night, kitchen staffers fill the warmly-hued dining room at Buenos Aires Gardens (formerly Buenos Aires Grill) with the savory sights and smells of authentic Argentinian fare. Outside, strings of incandescent bulbs sway above an umbrella-shaded patio as waiters test the deftness of their carrying arms by juggling bottles from the eatery’s wide selection of South American wines.

Buenos Aires Gardens

Morsels of grass-fed skirt steak, short ribs, and filet mignon sizzle on tabletop grills. Sweet caramel sauce runs down the sides of flan con dulce de leche. Light breading crisps atop a whitefish fillet. Each night, kitchen staffers, led by chef Mauro Sandoval, fill the warmly-hued dining room at Buenos Aires Gardens with the savory sights and smells of authentic Argentinian fare. Outside, strings of incandescent bulbs sway above an umbrella-shaded patio as waiters test the deftness of their carrying arms by juggling bottles from the eatery’s wide selection of South American wines.