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Don Julio, one of the most recognized grills in Palermo, changed to butcher mode so that customers can enjoy their meats in quarantine.
Last year, Don Julio appeared on The World's 50 Restaurants list, ranked 34 quality. In the heart of Palermo, it is one of the top restaurants in the City of Buenos Aires and the one chosen by international figures to taste the best Argentine meats . However, in the face of the crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic , its owners decided to reinvent themselves.
Quarantine throughout the country prevents the operation of food establishments. That's why in Don Julio they decided to exploit one of the secrets of their success: the raw material. Because, in addition to the expert hands of its cooks, its wine list chosen especially for the cuts that serve and the setting of the place, which has the The right balance between the sophisticated and the native, the quality of their meats is what identifies them. Faced with the crisis, then, they decided to return to the bases: they turned into a butcher shop.
A few meters from the place where the restaurant operates, in the shearing of Guatemala and Gurruchaga, Don Julio has its cold room. From there are the most ordered cuts, by delivery, so that your customers can continue to enjoy the taste of the meat on their own grills. And, above all, so that those who work on the site can keep their jobs when all this happens.
It involves, wide beef, matambre, steak eye, gizzards and grilled sausage are some of the premium cuts offered from its Instagram. They also send charcoal, fat bread, olive oil and coffee to complete the experience, in the way of Don Julio, but in the comfort of home.
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Publication Date: 11/05/2020
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