The elevator ride to this upscale Uruguayan restaurant is very fun (they’ve got one of those infinity mirror set-ups that makes it look like you’re in outer space), but dinner here is better. This place is massive, with multiple rooms that can accommodate huge groups, outdoor tables, and countertop seating that borders their big wood-fired grill, which is our favorite place to sit. The menu is also quite large and full of very good things like steaks, octopus a la plancha, and even a pretty good pizza. It’s not cheap, but if you want a sort of fancy dinner in Brickell, this is one of the better places to do it.
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