The Argentine sculptor Miguel Martino is one of numerous artists who are currently reinventing Suchitoto as an international arts center -- but he's the only one who also happens to be a mean cook. In addition to his fine woodworking art, Miguel is well known for his Sunday afternoon Argentine feasts, which take place at his gallery La Casa del Escultor, 2 blocks off the main square. From noon to 4:30pm each Sunday, Miguel prepares huge quantities of Argentine beef and vegetables on a wood-burning grill inside his studio and gallery for the first 30 to 35 people who show up. He then closes the doors, and everyone proceeds to drink Argentine wine and talk art or whatever comes up. Plates include five kinds of meats or five types of veggies. Reservations, though not required, are a good idea. Main course cost between $9 and $15.