1810 Argentinian Restaurant, which has been serving in Pasadena since 2009 is opening its second outlet in Downtown's Fashion District in the former L'Angolo space. Planned for a late June opening, 1810 serves a number of Argentinian specialties like milanesa, morcilla blood sausage, and of course plenty of steaks with chimichurri. For dessert, flan con dulce and panqueque crepes. Foounded by Gustavo Landgrebe, Marcelo Sala, and Mario Balul, the bistro will handle lunch and dinner. [EaterWire]
1810 Bringing Argentinian Steaks, More to Downtown
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