This is a see-and-be-seen outpost for socialites and media types, serving dishes like salmon tartare in green-apple foam. The warehouse-style space’s upper reaches are slashed in midair by a metal catwalk that leads to the restrooms.
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From the From the May 2008 Food & Wine Go List
Famous Buenos Aires chef Fernando Trocca (who also co-owns <a href="/golist/2008/property.cfm?label=gran-bar-danzon"><strong>Gran Bar Danzon</strong></a> and <strong>Bar Uriarte</strong>) runs this warehouse-chic contemporary Argentinean restaurant, which has exposed ductwork, a battered wooden floor and a well-stocked wine cellar. When he's not jetting between his other spots here and in Guadalajara, Mexico, Trocca can be spotted supervising staff in Sucre's open kitchen.
We loved: Slow-braised pork with lemon, green sauce and bananas.
Insider tip: Get here by noon to snag one of the 10 tables.