PM Buenos Aires, Fish & Steak House nails the steakhouse experience and leaves out all of the pretentiousness of similar places. There’s an Argentine farmhouse feel to the brick-decorated, wooden dining room despite seating 200. Seafood is a big part of the menu, which is heavily influenced by Argentina’s coastal cuisine, but the steak is clearly the standout. Limit yourself to octopus empanadas, surprisingly moist and flavorful, or one of the day’s fresh catch as a shared starter. The steaks are large and filling, and best enjoyed sizzling off the parilla. Ask your server to help you navigate the extensive wine list, as most of what’s on it isn’t sold locally.