Miami Beach, FL 33139
Miami New Times' Description
Baires Grill has long been a reliable budget Argentine parillada on Washington Avenue in South Beach, and a move to new, classier digs up the block should only increase its popularity. Service and prices remain as friendly as ever. Guests are cordially welcomed and the staff exhibits a keen interest in assuring diner satisfaction -- not that difficult to accomplish when most appetizers are less than $10 and most main courses less than $20. The food here is accommodating as well, a populist parillada of grilled, certified Black Angus steaks with some pasta and fish dishes thrown in -- mahi-mahi piccata is especially worthwhile. There's not a lot of ambitious cuisine, but appetizers in particular reflect authentic Argentine cooking -- try the stuffed veal, a Latin take on the French galantine. Robust and affordable red wines are available, mostly from Argentine grapes, with which to supplement your steaks. Low prices, solid eats, amiable faces, and a relaxed, kicked-back setting make Baires an attractive dining destination.
Tips from foursquare
Grilled Provolone Cheese W/Proschutto is amazing!!! @jamesbrowninmia
Diego is by far the best server in all of Miami. Eat here and love it.
They have the best argentinian option in Miami Beach. If you are a steak lover, that's the place to go. Excellent Lunch options as well
The Dulce de Leche pancakes are delicious! The best I ever tasted!
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