Puerto La Boca Argentinian Steakhouse In Little Italy, San Diego
Puerto La Boca captures the essence of traditional Argentinian and Italian fusion with world famous Argentinian style steaks, an extensive wine list, and savory dishes from both land and sea.
Located in the heart of San Diego's Little Italy, we offer premium Argentinian flavor for you to enjoy with friends and family. We serve lunch and dinner seven days a week and encourage you to come by on Friday and Saturday to be serenaded by our live Latin music.
We also offer one of the best happy hours in Little Italy with amazing drink and appetizer specials every day from 4:30-7:30pm in our bar area!
Tango is famous for being the world's most amorous styles of music. We're proud to invite you to enjoy live tango music with us in Little Italy!
Here are a few reasons this unique Argentinian steakhouse may be the best business lunch in Little Italy to impress your client.
Follow these awesome tips to grill like an Argentinian, and ready your chimichurri — you're in for an amazing meal!
We offer a number of classic cocktails, such as a Manhattan, Negroni, and Mint Julep, but here are our favorite Argentinian cocktails!
At Puerto La Boca, we're proud to celebrate San Diego Restaurant Week by offering several of our favorite Argentinian dishes on special with either two course lunch menus, and three course dinners. Guests are invited to choose from a variety of dishes representative of our authentic Argentinian experience. Here are just a few!
In Argentina, the average person consumes more than 120 pounds of beef per year — that's the second most of any nation on the planet. There's good reason for this too, as a traditional parilla, the name given to an Argentinian steak house, has a unique approach to preparing meat that can't be beat by any steakhouse tradition in the rest of the world!
Any time you encounter an Argentinian dish, you should probably try it. But especially if it's one of these top 10 Argentinean foods, you have to try it!
Every great global cuisine has a signature sauce, and the undisputed star of Argentinean food is chimichurri. Made with parsley, garlic, herbs, oil and vinegar, the gluten-free wonder sauce has earned a reputation as one of the world's finest complements for steak.
Little Italy restaurants have become the talk of San Diego, and not merely those serving Italian food. A mix of fine dining establishments, ethnic eateries, and fast casual concepts has rejuvenated Little Italy's dining scene in recent years, adding a new era to the neighborhood's rich history.
What kind of food can adventurous diners expect at an Argentinian restaurant? In a word, steak. Argentina ranks among the world's premiere grilling cultures, its legendary steakhouses renowned for their mastery over such cuts of beef as skirt steak, ribeye, short ribs and filet mignon. Most famous may be churrasco, the Spanish term for barbecued meat that, in Argentina, is synonymous with center cut sirloin.