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    A new Connecticut restaurant that offers contemporary Peruvian cuisine has drawn praise from some of its first reviewers. Chacra Pisco Bar, located at 152 Temple St. in New Haven, held its grand opening on Thursday, Sept. 29. The eatery offers appetizers such as Peruvian Street Corn and Yuca Frita, along with a variety of seafood dishes, including Crab Meat and Lobster, Octopus and Tuna Tiradito, along with a marinated deep-fried calamari dish made with scallops, shrimp, and yuca fries. Guests can also select from a variety of salads and chicken or pork dishes. "Highly recommended," Brian D. wrote in a Google review. "The crab meat & lobster appetizer was amazing. The Lomo Saltado entrée was equally phenomenal. The food, staff, and atmosphere provided for a great experience all around. You must try it." The menu also features cocktails, such as dragon fruit mojitos, the "Cusco Mule," and classic margaritas. Learn more about the restaurant's menu here. "Have been in New Haven for 8 years and have been waiting for a place like this! Quality authentic Peruvian food and a great selection of Pisco...
    A popular North Jersey Peruvian restaurant chain has opened yet another location. The Lomo Truck's fourth location is now open on River Drive in Garfield. The restaurant has other locations in Woodland Park, Passaic and Jersey City. The eatery offers a variety of lomo — which translates to tenderloin — and a variety of Peruvian lo mein, ceviche, chicken dishes, empandas, chaufa and more. The Lomo Truck, 517 River Dr., Garfield.
    SAN FRANCISCO -- Feast your eyes on a fiesta of color and Peruvian fare at Jaranita in San Francisco's Marina District. A visit to the festival-inspired spot whisks guests away to a party in Peru -- in fact, the word "jaranita" means celebration."It's fun to go somewhere that feels like you're somewhere else," explained a restaurant-goer."From the décor, the drinks, the food, it feels like you've got a little bit of Peru in San Francisco," described another guest. "If you want to go to Peru without leaving the country, we've got you," said Jaranita General Manager Masha Prikhodko.At every corner, Jaranita features traditional Peruvian decorations characteristic of the country's parades, carnivals, and festivals. In the center of the restaurant's dining patio stands a giant "Yunza Tree" decked out with ribbons and pom-poms. The classic tree pays tribute to the ritual of the "Yunza," which is an important aspect of Carnival. Yunza Trees are typically loaded with gifts and brightly colored decorations, and party-goers can dance around it. At Jaranita, guests are invited to both dance and dine around the tree...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The Bautistas, an immigrant family from Peru, have opened a John The Baker franchise in Davie. Everybody is involved in the effort to get the franchise up and running – just ask Jose Bautista, who rattles off all the players, “My mom, my dad, sister and brother.” This is a story of facing down the COVID economic disaster that impacted restaurant owners nationwide. READ MORE: Dozens Forced Out After Authorities Condemn North Miami Beach Apartment ComplexThe Bautistas operated a successful Peruvian restaurant in the space located in the Plaza 7601 Strip Mall, where they prepared delicious dishes like Lomo Saltado. Chrishell Bautista remembers, “We had to reduce hours, then after that we were having financial difficulties. You have two decisions: to have to sell and close and figure out what to do after.” They closed. Then, what to do? Along came the opportunity to open a John The Baker Franchise at the same Davie location. John The Baker is well known in Broward County, especially for pizza and their signature garlic rolls. The Bautista family turned out great...
    LOS ANGELES -- What started as a popular stand at Los Angeles' famous Smorgasburg LA, now has a permanent residence in Downtown. Little Llama Peruvian Tacos is mixing traditional Peruvian flavors with classic Mexican dishes. Co-Owners Angela Wagner and Chef Jean Valcarcel started in Los Angeles with fine dining pop-ups. After noticing that customers were most responsive to the Peruvian dishes, they thought of a way to introduce traditional Peruvian flavors in a way that was more accessible than fine dining."Make the dishes a little more accessible for people who have never tried Peruvian cuisine," says Wagner. "And put an exciting twist on it for people who are familiar with the dishes." "I'm from Peru," Valcarcel told Localish. "And I love the flavors I grew up with, and I love tacos. I've lived in Los Angeles for over 20 years now, so I just wanted to put them together." After five popular years at Smorgasburg LA, where you can still find them, they were able to open their first brick and mortar location in October of 2020 near the corner...
    Mexican shrimp with crispy quinoa, barbecue-Inca Kola sauce and mashed sweet potato. Pan-seared dayboat scallops with picantito de choclo, toasted nori and togarashi. And Pescado a lo Macho, seasonal fish fillet roasted over a seafood stew in a Rocoto-paprika sauce. Carlos Altamirano, the Michelin-recognized chef and head of the Altamirano Restaurant Group, is back to share his contemporary Peruvian cuisine with Peninsula seafood lovers. Altamirano is reopening La Costanera on June 3 in Half Moon Bay after closing the original restaurant in March 2020. La Costanera had been open for 10 years and garnered one Michelin star. In its new location overlooking Pillar Point Harbor, the two-story, 10,000-square-foot La Costanera will feature floor-to-ceiling windows, a vast patio and a seafood-heavy menu including those mouth-watering cebiches. This time around, a rotisserie will churn out Pollo a la Brasa, and there will be empanadas, seasonal salads and grilled skewered meats as well. La Costanera will open with a bar menu and dinner service, with weekend brunch starting June 12. Also look for a full bar serving pisco cocktails, domestic and imported Peruvian...
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