Pittsburgh has changed a lot over the past couple of years, but one thing that’ll always stay the same is how much this town loves meat. The best place to see this devotion in action is at Gaucho Parrilla, an Argentinian steakhouse. The restaurant moved to the Cultural District a few years ago, and lines have been out the door ever since. They do perfectly cooked wood-fired proteins served with a crunchy char and equally impressive sides and sauces, like roasted acorn squash with garlic-sage croutons and bright chimichurri. The flap steak has become our go-to, but if it’s your first time here, go big and order their signature Parrillada Mixta platter to sample as many meats as possible.