Our first visit to this new restaurant was for a holiday get-together with a group of friends from work. By the name, we thought this would be "another" El Paso Mexican-style restaurant. We were pleasantly surprised!
The cuisine is "Argentean", a nice departure from the host of good Mexican restaurants that dominate the dining scene in El Paso. The decor is fashionable, upscale and attractive, and a friendly bar greets you as you enter. There is a fair amount of seating on the main floor and another dining area upstairs in a 'loft' setting. A nice wine list includes mostly Argentina selections but enough choices to satisfy a wide variety of taste. The waitstaff was excellent, and hovered around our group taking orders and making sure water glasses were filled and baskets of bread were replaced promptly.
There is a nice variety of food choices (ala carte ordering), featuring Certified Angus beef, with choices of pasta, salmon and a few chicken dishes. The meals are prepared a bit "differently" than your usual steakhouse offerings, and the waiter provided an excellent description for each of our meals. Entrees range from around $20-$40, and you choose additional appetizers, salads, and side items seperately. The food was delicious and nicely presented on the plate. If the prices scare you, it is a nice restaurant for special occasions and will make a memorable impression.
They also have a live band on Mondays and Tuesdays, and you can make on-line reservations.