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1810 Argentinean, Serving Downtown Steaks And Milanesa

Matthew Kang is the Lead Editor of Eater LA. He has covered dining, restaurants, food culture, and nightlife in Los Angeles since 2008. He's the host of K-Town, a YouTube series covering Korean food in America, and has been featured in Netflix's Street Food show.

Photos by Frank Lee

The stark minimalist interior is all the rage in 2014, with most people weary from looking at distressed wood. But that doesn't mean antique-style light fixtures are out quite yet. Check out 1810 Argentinean Restaurant, the Downtown outlet of a popular Pasadena eatery opening July 5 that boasts everything from steaks, milanesa and rustic morcilla, or blood sausage. In addition to a parrillada, or a massive platter of meat loaded with steak, short ribs, sausages, sweetbreads and chicken that would delight any hardcore carnivore, enjoy some sweets like flan con dulce or crepes.

Founded by Gustavo Landgrebe, Marcelo Sala, Horacio Weschler and Mario Balul, this elegant new eatery is opening right next to Brazilian spot Wood Spoon, creating a little mini South American corner just steps away from the Ace Hotel.
· 1810 Bringing Argentinian Steaks, More to Downtown [~ELA~]