Gaucho Parrilla Argentina Serves Up Wood-Fired Fare in the Strip
By Andrea Bosco / Photographs by Cayla Zahoran
The boys at Gaucho Parrilla Argentina are smokin’. Literally. A stand-up Argentinian hot spot for fresh, wood-fired fare, owner and Executive Chef Anthony Falcon, a Brooklyn native and Mt. Lebanon resident, hosts an ever-changing chalkboard menu suited for snacking — and filling.
“The context of eating out is changing,” says Gaucho’s Anthony Falcon. “It’s becoming about going to a small, little restaurant, having high-quality food cooked by high-quality cooks, without the pretentiousness of a dining room table, silverware, and chandeliers. It’s cutting-edge.” Though, you can always count on Falcon’s daily display of fresh roses; it’s “his thing.”