Having temporarily closed his Tacos Mariachi outlets, Jesus Carmona has partnered with friend and Argentinian native Ramiro Fernandez Pazos to bring this relaxed bistro to Bishop Arts. On the menu, asado-style ribeyes and New York strips share space with meaty Argentine pizzas and empanadas. Order this to go: The spicy beef empanadas are excellent; baked to a burnished brown, the buttery pastry has a soft texture and holds well-seasoned, chile-flecked ground beef. From the parilla, the entraña (skirt steak) was richly flavored and juicy (we ordered medium-rare); drizzle it with the regular chimichurri sauce (chile heads can get the spicy version) for a zesty, tangy accent. Pro tip: We placed our to-go order in person and shopped at the neighboring boutiques while waiting for our food.