Spooky Halloween Dinner at Pampas Argentine Grill
* Additional fees apply.
The last date listed for Pampas Spooky Halloween Dinner was Friday October 31, 2008 / 7:30pm.
The GoldStar price is not all-inclusive. You'll get another bill at the end of the meal, even if you don't order anything else. $30 was automatically added as tip for our table of four people. Tax, two sangrias, a coffee, and a diet Coke brought the "extras" to about $70. I'm not complaining, this seems pretty reasonable.Roaring '20s Tango Dinner Show info • Nov 10 2014 star this tip starred
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“Best Steakhouse in San Diego” —San Diego Reader
“Best Ambience, Best Steaks” —KUSI News
“Top 10 Steakhouse in San Diego” —_10news.com A-List _
One empanada: Your choice of beef, chicken or cheese.
Pasta a la Riojana: Fresh fettuccine pasta served with wild mushrooms, fresh spinach and homemade pesto sauce.
Pollo Patagonia: Grilled free-range chicken breast topped with a roasted red pepper and pecan cream sauce, served with your choice of side
Coconut-Crusted Mahi-Mahi: Fresh Mahi-Mahi filet coated with a coconut crust, then topped with a mango-cilantro-lime (sweet & sour) glaze, served with your choice of side.
Parrillada Pampas (for two people): Vacio (prime beef loin), two chorizo (sausages) and short ribs, grilled sweetbreads, and a choice of two sides.
All entrees served with your choice of Argentine fries, garlic mashed potatoes, vegetable medley, or rice.
Menu subject to change. Current at time of publication.