Here’s La Pampa Grill’s upcoming schedule:
Thursday, October 23rd, we’re grilling at Yellow Springs Brewery starting at 4pm. Our classic Argentine sub sandwich and stuffed, seasonal acorn squash is on the menu!
Friday, the 24th, at Peifer Orchards the grill will be hot for lunch, from 11:30am – 2pm.
Sunday, the 26th, we’re back at Peifer Orchards all day from 11:30am until closing at 5pm.
The pumpkins and apples are in full season at Peifer’s, with a huge variety to choose from. Looking forward to seeing you there!
For directions to Peifer’s, click here.
La Pampa is thrilled to be back out at Peifer Orchards this month! With our renewed license, we’re back to regular weekends at Peifer’s. Friday, October 17 La Pampa will be grilling from noon until 5pm. Saturday, October 18, the grill will be hot for lunch from 11am until 2:30pm. Peifer’s locally grown apples, pumpkins and apple cider are in full season!
For directions to Peifer Orchards, click here.
Sunday, October 19, La Pampa Grill will be giving a presentation at the Beavercreek branch of the Greene County Public Library from 1:30-3pm. Free and open to the public, Mariano will be grilling whole chickens and discussing the slow, hardwood grilling style of traditional Argentine cooking. Guest speaker, Sidra McNeely is the Dayton area chapter leader for the Weston A. Price Foundation. She is a stay at home mother of two in Beavercreek who is passionate about nutritional food, health, and her community.
On behalf of the Foundation, the chapter strives to educate our community about traditional cooking techniques using nutrient-dense foods. It also serves as a connection to the local farmers who are dedicated to producing pasture-raised animal products and produce that is free of pesticides and GMOs.
Registration for this event is strongly suggested, as space is limited. Contact the library to register, and for directions, here.
This Saturday, October 11th, during the Yellow Springs Street Fair, La Pampa Grill will be at the Yellow Springs Brewery. Come out for a seasonal craft beer and our seasonal menu from 1pm until late!
The menu will include our Argentine Sub (‘chori-pan’) with grilled local pork sausage on a baguette with chimichurri sauce; chicken; and stuffed acorn squash. As always, La Pampa will be grilling “from farm to street” over an Argentine custom-built wood-fired grill.
For Directions and a list of what’s on tap, check out the Yellow Springs Brewery at: http://yellowspringsbrewery.com/
Look forward to seeing you soon!
La Pampa Grill looks forward to being part of the grand opening of the Yellow Springs Wellness Center at Antioch College on Saturday, September 6th, from 12 noon – 4pm.
“To commemorate the opening, the College will host a grand opening community celebration on September 6, 2014, from 12:00 until 4:00 p.m., with a dedication ceremony and ribbon cutting scheduled at 12:00 p.m. The community is invited to come together for a day of celebration, including activities such as basketball, volleyball, pickleball and tennis, plus healthy cuisine from several area food trucks (Kinetic, The Shakery Juice Bar, La Pampa Grill). Wellness Center memberships will be available for purchase during the event.” Read more…
We are delighted to be a part of the success of the college and continued collaboration with the Yellow Springs community.
La Pampa Grill will return to our favorite small town festival of the year—The Clifton Gorge Music & Arts Festival. We’ll be grilling Friday, August 29th, from 4pm – 11pm. The festival continues on Saturday from 10am-10pm with Bella Sorella wood-fired pizzas replacing La Pampa Grill (we will be off-site cooking for a wedding). Check out this year’s great music line-up on the Festival’s website, here. And free activities for kids!
La Pampa will be serving our Argentine Sub sandwich: local pork sausage hardwood grilled with grilled onions on organic baguette bread with chimichurri sauce. We also hope to add local sweet corn to the Festival menu! See you there!
La Pampa’s next family picnic-style party parrillada will be Saturday, July 26th! Now a tradition, we’re bringing traditional, slow hardwood fired, Argentine grilling to our friends in Yellow Springs and across southwest Ohio. After a brief hiatus (we recently moved), we’re back for summer with a party at Peifer Orchards. For directions to Peifer’s, click here.
Local, grass-fed beef (asado al asador) will be on the grill along with our chorizo sausage and seasonal vegetables. The menu is being finalized, but we can trust that it will be the freshest products that the local area farmers are offering this month inspired by the cook.
Remember to bring your own sides and salads as well as drinks (wine, etc). We will provide a “wine reception” for a toast and welcome. We encourage everyone to bring picnic blankets and/or chairs to spread out and enjoy the evening.
We’ve currently closed reservations for this event. Check back with La Pampa soon for the next one!
Contact us with questions here.
La Pampa Grill is returning to the Yellow Springs Street Fair on Saturday, June 14, 2014. The grill will be hot by 11am and ready to serve “chori-pan,” the classic Argentine chorizo sub sandwich served on freshly baked baguette bread with Mariano’s chimichurri sauce. YS Street Fair is from 9am – 5pm; for directions & parking info, click here.
Here’s our location for this coming Saturday, with our wood-fired Argentine grill next to Bella Sorella’s wood-fired brick pizza oven. We call it, “the fire corner”!
La Pampa will be grilling at two Yellow Springs High School home baseball and softball games on Monday and Tuesday, May 5 & 6, at Gaunt Park from 5-8pm. To celebrate the bonafide U.S. traditional sport of baseball, La Pampa will be serving hot dogs at the games!
The Good Frank‘s hot dogs are locally sourced from Ohio family farms, handmade in small batches with freshly ground herbs and spices, and contain no preservatives or artificial flavors or colors. Our friends in Columbus, Tyrone and his incredible family, began their business and family-run farm at the same time as La Pampa, and now sell their franks across the state of Ohio. For the YSHS games, Tyrone has recommended his favorite buns, honey and whole wheat, baked fresh daily. We’re so happy to be bringing The Good Frank’s incredible hot dogs to Y.S.!
La Pampa will be selling The Good Frank’s all-beef hot dogs for $4 with ketchup and mustard, and your choice toppings: sauerkraut, red cabbage-apple-kraut, and pickles. Mon-Tue, May 5-6, from 5-8pm at Gaunt Park on W. South College St. in Yellow Springs.
Thanks to everyone who made last week’s Earth Dinner at The Emporium a success! Mariano is a new member of Chefs Collaborative, a national network of chefs working to create a sustainable local economy through cooking seasonal foods, supporting local farms and growers, and preserving culinary traditions. Joining Chefs Collaborative’s national Earth Dinner initiative, Mariano and Kurt created a beautiful dinner for 25 guests that included a wine tasting with local, seasonal fare.
Our favorite wine of the evening was Kurt’s choice from the Ohio River Valley, Kinkaid Ridge Cabernet Sauvignon 2011. This wine coupled with four delicate cheeses from Blue Jacket Dairy, and plenty of conversation among the guests. A lovely Malbec (Susana Balbo) and Rioja (Hazana Tradicion), accompanied the grass-fed rib eye steaks from Mt. Victory, Ohio, grilled right outside on the wood-fired, Argentine style mobile grill of La Pampa. After presenting the fresh rib eye prior to grilling, Mariano prepared them with bouquet of seasonal greens–swiss chard, elephant kale and arugula–from Flying Mouse Farm in Yellow Springs.
Perhaps the highlight of the evening, were the Rieslings accompanied by Mariano’s Petit Fours. These French, bite-sized pastries were made from scratch with local eggs from Morning Sun Farm: Flying Mouse Farm’s maple syrup merengue; French macaron; Almond flour daquoise; and Chocolate raspberry bon-bons.
For La Pampa Grill, a farm-to-street mobile Argentine grill locally owned and operated in and around Yellow Springs, it was an exciting kick-off to a new season through a national event. Sharing Chefs Collaborative’s vision, Mariano combines his own cultural culinary traditions with sustainable, local Ohio foods helping to create his sense of place in the Midwest while preserving and sharing his heritage from South America.
Thanks again to our local farms (we are so lucky to have you!!), The Emporium and the evening’s guests, for making it a truly memorable evening!
La Pampa Grill’s family friendly picnic parties are back for 2014 with a season opener on Saturday, April 26th. We want to welcome spring and introduce local, grass-fed beef (asado al asador) grilled in the traditional Argentine style to all of our friends. We will grill grass-fed beef as the featured item as well as free-range chicken and whatever the farms have in season will also go on the grill. Please remember to bring your own salads as well as drinks (wine, etc). We will provide a “wine reception” for a toast and welcome. We encourage everyone to bring picnic blankets and/or chairs to spread out and enjoy the spring evening.
As a new experience, we’re holding this event in the old barn at the Yellow Springs Country Bed & Breakfast. This tucked-away gem is a gorgeous spot just outside of town. Directions and parking details will be sent in a confirmation email to those who confirm their attend.
Also new this year, we’re working to provide easier payment and reservations for our events. Use the PayPal button below to reserve your spot by buying a ticket(s) directly. Afterwards, La Pampa will be in touch with more of the event details. If you prefer to send a check in the mail instead of using PayPal, please send us an email to let us know so that we can reserve your space. Space is limited for this event. (Note: we removed the PayPal button to limit reservations, contact us for more info for this event).
Sat. April 26th, 5pm-7pm. $18 per adult. Kids 12 and under are free. Kids 12-17 are a donation suggested in the tip jar.