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La Boca Restaurant Review: This Argentinean steakhouse located in the Warehouse District offers such starters as blood sausage (morcilla), thick slices of grilled provolone sprinkled with oregano, and empanadas stuffed with grilled chicken, corn, mozzarella and olives. Or begin your meal by sharing the “Gaucho Plate,” which includes a taste of the sweetbreads (mollejas) along with beef skewers and empanadas. Chef Adolfo Garcia’s steaks, seasoned only with salt and pepper, are served with three types of chimichurri sauce. The small, smartly annotated wine list exclusively features bottles from Italy and Argentina. Nothing complements a steak with chimichurri sauce better than a full-bodied, robust Argentinean Malbec. With almost every bottle available as a half carafe and steaks that are reasonably priced, La Boca is the rare steakhouse that won’t empty your wallet. For dessert, try the coconut-and-amaretto ice cream cake. This restaurant was formerly at 857 Fulton St. (at St. Joseph St.).