La Pampa’s new location, on Pablo Kisel, is modern and beautiful (and thanks to proper ventilation, you’ll no longer leave smelling as if you cooked your own steak, a problem that plagued the restaurant’s former strip-center home). The complimentary fresh bread with pâté and chimichurri is a great start, but we like to add an order of the crispy empanadas filled with garlicky chistorra sausage. Then we move on to the main event: the bife de lomo con tocino, a bacon-adorned, wood-fired beef tenderloin served on a hot cast-iron skillet with chimichurri-topped greens and bright red slices of tomato.