pays homage to South America with its name — chosen for a revolutionary meeting in Buenos Aires that year — and its exceptional Argentinian fare, including plentiful grilled meats and traditional flan and crepe desserts. Though its cuisine is classic, the restaurant boasts a contemporary atmosphere with a sleek, elegant interior and antique-style light fixtures. Wines, beer and sangria are available at both lunch and dinner.
“Founded by Gustavo Landgrebe, Marcelo Sala, Horacio Weschler and Mario Balul,” Eater LA writes, “...this elegant new eatery is opening right next to Brazilian spot Wood Spoon, creating a little mini South American corner just steps away from the Ace Hotel.”
To experience 1810 for yourself, make a reservation through Reserve.