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Peruvian Independence Day

Published July 20th, 2018 by Sstahl

¡Viva Peru! Celebrate Peru’s Independence with BOGO Pisco Sours, a Peruvian Specialty Dish and more at SuViche

Even though we take pride in our ability to seamlessly blend Japanese and Peruvian cuisine, we consider our Peruvian roots to be the essence of who we are. 

That’s why we’re going all-in to celebrate Peruvian Independence Day on Saturday, July 28, with some promotions starting on Monday, July 23, leading off weeklong festivities. 

So hop on your llama, raise your Pisco Sour glass in the air and bellow a hearty ¡Viva Peru! for Peruvian Independence! 

If that’s not exactly your style, then here are some of the other (more tame) ways you can celebrate at SuViche:

1. Limited Time Only: Sudado De Mariscos

From Monday, July 23 through Saturday, July 28 guests can purchase a specially made Sudado De Mariscos. This classic Peruvian seafood stew is made with wild-caught fish, shrimp, octopus, calamari, green onions and a savory seafood broth. #yum

2. Enter for a Chance to Win a Peruvian Cooking Class

SuViche is giving guests the opportunity to enter to win a private cooking class for two with SuViche's talented and charismatic Chef Alvaro Machado. The lucky winners will learn how to make a perfect a sushi roll, tasty ceviche and classic Peruvian dishes. Guests can enter to win HERE (link: ) from now until Saturday, July 28. 

3. Enjoy BOGO Pisco Sours on July 28

Sip and savor with Buy One, Get One Free deals on Pisco Sours all-day at all SuViche’s Pisco Bar locations (Las Olas and Wynwood) on July 28. Add an extra touch of Peruvian flavor with any of SuViche’s in-house-made macerados, fruit & herb infusions, including flavors like Tai Chili, Lychee, Passion fruit, and Gummy Bear.

Peruvian Independence Day is celebrated on July 28 and commemorates the liberation of Peru from Spain by José de San Martin. The following day, July 29, celebrates the establishment of the Republic of Perú. Together these two days are called Las Fiestas Patrias, and are by far the most important national holidays in Peru.

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