We went there to get some bbq and found out that we needed to pay an “entrance fee.” We asked if the fee included food, and the door guy said no. Lol, what a joke, Pay $10 to get into a “restaurant” to pay for...More
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I walked in and sort of lingered by the front as I didn't see anyone who could seat me. I saw a girl working at the bar though, and I approached her and asked (in Spanish) if she spoke English. It wasn't an attempt to...More
I'm going to be honest, El Tejano wouldn't win any awards in Texas. But, if you've ever lived in a foreign country, you know it can be next to impossible to replicate some of your favorite foods from back home, b/c of the limited supply...More
I read some of the reviews for this place and I was doubtful until I tried their brisket sandwich. This is the closest thing to authentic Texas BBQ you'll find here in Argentina. If you're homesick for anything American, try this place out.
Met the owner Larry, native Austinite (is that even a word?). Place was down the street from our AirBnB in Palermo Soho, as was booked from our Football Tour Guides (LandingPadBA) as the meet greet and eat spot prior to the match. We strolled by...More
I have been living in BA for a year now and I have just discovered this place. I am not to blame though, it is almost impossible to notice the place from outside. The place is small and cozy; probably doesn't fit more than 20...More
Owned and run by a genuine Texan this place was our best meal in 5 nights in BA. Service was excellent. The ribs, chicken, sweet corn, even the potatoe salad were all tasty and fresh. They have great brew beers on tap. The prices are...More