Sat on the sidewalk. Service was really good and attentive provided by an attractive young waitress. Had an individual 4 Cheeses pizza (no tomato sauce) which was really good, except that is made on a grill and they use a sort of very thin dough that ends up tasting like a Graham cracker. Great topping, poor dough (in my opinion, many people loved it.) The pizza plus a mineral water plus cover charge (most Buenos Aires restaurants add it, at around $2 to $5 per person) plus tip: $15.
Of course, there are other things in the menu, but Grappa is mostly known for its grilled pizzas. My grading of average reflect the mean between the topping (great) and the dough (poor) and it is totally personal and based only on one menu item. Still, I think it is worth trying.
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