Unless you know where you're going, you'd miss this place. Located in the corner of a small shopping plaza, while in a location in North Andover with 6 other good restaurants, the combined Italian/Argentinian menu gives it a unique flavor. We started with empanadas, baked (not fried). My wife lived in Argentina for a year, so she makes these at home. These were very good---nicely spiced with a crisp wrapping due to being baked. My wife had the Gnocchi as her main dish: slathered in mozzarella with a good tomato sauce. I had the veal Involtini with a penne side dish. Nicely done, but the veal could have been thinner or more tender. Really didn't need the side dish. Garnish of thin-string potatoes a nice touch. My son went Argentinian with the beef short ribs. Nicely done as requested (medium rare), but a little tough. Good and extensive wine list, bottled beer only. Service was friendly and easy to strike up a conversation with the Lady of the House. My wife mentioned she was full or else would try a dolce deluca dessert---she loved the stuff when she lived in Argentina. Shortly thereafter, a small plate of dolce arrived with spoons, 'for a taste'. I'd give this restaurant a 4.5 if I could, but I can't, so that's why the 4 rating.