The Strip District, just east of downtown, is one of the most touristy areas in the city. And while it’s famous for international specialty markets - Stamoolis Brothers (Greek) and Sambok (Korean) being two great ones - it’s also home to a few of our favorite restaurants in the city, and Gaucho is one of them. The casual, counter-service restaurant serves big platters of wood-fired Argentinian meats and sandwiches. Although the menu is very carnivore-friendly, there are plenty of vegetable options too.
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