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Caminito Tango Argentinian Bar & Grill - Closed

3555 W. 38th Ave.
Denver, CO 80211
303-455-5333
Caminito Tango Argentinian Bar & Grill +

Mark Manger

Details

  • Sun 2pm-9pm, Tue-Fri 12pm-10pm, Sat 12pm-0am
  • $$
  • Catering, Delivery, Takeout
  • Dinner, Lunch
  • Full bar
In Argentina, offal isn't moussed, foamed, fried or otherwise made precious. In that country, they simply toss innards -- along with a dozen other cuts of cow, and chicken and pork -- on a grill, then serve them undisguised. That's how they do it at Caminito Tango, too, a bona fide Argentine spot run by Tirso Abarca and a legion of Argentine cooks. The festive, boxy restaurant offers a real taste of the Argentine canon, including empanadas, milanesa, choripan and, of course, the parrillada, a sizzling platter of grilled meat that comes loaded with unadulterated offal. For dessert, there's dulce de leche. Your feast is best washed down with a glass of malbec, the cheap red wine that made the country's wineries famous.

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