Celebrate Peruvian Independence Day in Miami Tonight

Peru's Freedom Monument celebrates its independence.EXPAND
Peru's Freedom Monument celebrates its independence.
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Today, July 28, marks Fiestas Patrias, or Peruvian Independence Day. This celebration commemorates the country's independence from the Spanish Empire. In Peru, the party traditionally lasts three days and includes the president's speech, fireworks, bullfights, and military parades. Of course, plenty of food and drinks are involved. The Magic City boasts more than 200 Peruvian restaurants, so it's safe to say Miami is getting in on the party. Here are the best places to celebrate.

Nice buns
Nice buns
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1111 Peruvian Bistro
This Brickell treasure is celebrating by serving tapas and a pisco-themed beverage for $12. Because the restaurant doesn't have a liquor license, this cocktail has less alcohol but just as much flavor, with nine varieties, including tangerine and ají amarillo. The dishes by El Bulli veteran Diego Muñoz include bao buns, fish escabeche causa, salt-and-pepper fried calamari, steamed mussels, and oysters. Reservations aren't required.

Salmon a Lo MachoEXPAND
Salmon a Lo Macho
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33 Kitchen 
Coconut Grove's newcomer by chef Sebastian Fernandez and boutique owner Leslie Ames Brachowicz is honoring Peruvian's independence by serving specials for $33. Though the restaurant's ceviche and charm are reason alone to visit, the pescado a lo macho salmon seals the deal. Guests also receive a complimentary Peruvian beer, Cusquena. Save your seat on OpenTable.

Featured menu items include Ceviche SamplerEXPAND
Featured menu items include Ceviche Sampler
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Pisco y Nazca 
This Kendall restaurant is transforming its space into a giant party. Live entertainment featuring Peruvian-American singer Tony Succar will begin at 7 p.m. A festive menu, including two cocktails, will be served ($40 in advance or $50 at the door). The cocktail is made with pisco, lychee purée, fresh lime, St- Germain, raspberry-hibiscus syrup, and Fever-Tree ginger beer. To purchase advance tickets, click here. 

Celebrate Peruvian Independence Day in Miami Tonight
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La Mar by Gaston Acurio
Chef Diego Oka, along with fellow chefs Victoriano Lopez and Jesus Delgado, will prepare a sumptuous seven-course meal including king crab tiradito topped with American caviar. The dinner costs $75 and includes a chance to win a trip to Lima, Peru, with business-class tickets on LATAM Airlines. For reservations, email momia-restaurants@mohg.com or call 305-913-8358.

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1111 Peruvian Bistro

1111 SW 1st Ave.
Miami, FL 33130

786-615-9786

1111peruvianbistro.com

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La Mar by Gaston Acurio

500 Brickell Key Dr.
Miami, FL 33131

305-913-8358

mandarinoriental.com

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Pisco y Nazca Ceviche Gastrobar

8405 Mills Dr.
Miami, FL 33183

305-630-3844

piscoynazca.com

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33 Kitchen

3195 Commodore Plaza
Miami, FL 33133

786-899-0336

facebook.com/33kitchenmiami


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