from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Plural form of parrilla.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Here, he shares some of his favorite spots in his adopted hometown: Eats: In a city jam-packed with steakhouses (known as parrillas) serving up tender grass-fed beef, Rio Alba (Tel: 54-11-4773-5748) is the best, hands down.
Outside, the savory aroma of beef, pork and sausages drifted through the air as vendors tended their parrillas.
Visitors seek out Argentinas superior steakhouses or parrillas, its tango clubs, its robust wines, and its inexpensive leather goods, all made more appealing by a favorable exchange rate even when the U.S. dollar is weak.
Went passed many sweet smelling parrillas and a tacky hot dog place?! to find that the res was closed!
It was pretty hot going, as the climate outside was rife with humidity and inside the warehouse parrillas were burning red hot.
The contrast to the night before, when we enjoyed hunks of meat the size of breezeblocks at one of Buenos Aires's famous parrillas - traditional restaurants where pretty much every part of the cow meets its fate on a grill - couldn't have been more marked.
And then there’s the little parrillas, the smaller pizza places, and the roadside stands.