La Cabana’s House Salad


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Appears in
The Barbecue Bible

By Steven Raichlen

Published 1998

  • About

La Cabaña opened in 1935 and quickly became the premier chophouse in Buenos Aires. Named for the huts gaucho cowboys slept in during their cattle drives, La Cabaña served as a magnet for big-spending beef buffs, and its magnificent high-ceilinged dining rooms, done in dark wood, wrought iron, and gilded wallpaper, were a favorite haunt of presidents and kings (including the king of Spain, who would hold court in a private dining room in the back when visiting Argentina). So imagine the shoc