Here's how it went down:
The location is macho elegant - hardwood floors, brick walls, lots of metal and an expansive outdoor patio for cigar smoking (don't worry if you forgot yours, they have), whiskey drinking and other other manly things. Though beautiful, it's not the most authentic environment, but neither is paying $100 USD for parilla for two.
Unfortunately, the big moment was anticlimactic. The meat was by no means bad, it just wasn't what it was built up to be - better than what I've gotten in other less exclusive and less expensive parillas. In fact, the only thing that set it apart from the others was a cute little cow decal with toothpick legs stuck in the steak, happily declaring "I'm juicy." (Being that since childhood I've been a fan of small things and animals, this wasn't as disappointing as it sounds.)
As this was my birthday celebration, I was pleasantly surprised when after the meal they brought out a tray of digestivos. All you can drink! I don't know if they meant it in a physical challenge (to quote the great Double Dare) kind of way, but they didn't just pour one and take it away... One option was similar to lemoncello and the other was a simple white liquor.
If you enjoy the finer things in life, this is definitely the place for you. The experience is the in the details. However, if you are looking for a blow your mind piece of beef and an authentic Argentine experience skip it- you can get a whole lot more elsewhere for what you'll spend here.