Get a Free Appetizer at the Newest Peruvian Restaurant in Chicago: 4 Suyos

Hello Urbanites!
Today at 5pm is the opening of the newest Peruvian restaurant in town: 4 Suyos.  Located in Logan Square, 4 Suyos will feature locally-sourced, traditional Peruvian food (with a few twists). This restaurant is the creation of  Humberto Trujillo from Peru and Erin Slucter from Michigan. They met two years ago when Humberto cooked for Erin’s family. They became so fascinated by Humberto’s cooking and with Peruvian cuisine, that Erin decided to embark on a culinary adventure with him and open a Peruvian restaurant.
4 Suyos wants to offer all Chicago Urbanite followers a free appetizer per table every time you mention this blog.  This offer is valid until March 26, 2012, so go ahead, try their food, and let me know what you think.  Here is a link to their menu: 4suyos_menu
Congratulations to Erin and Humberto and thanks for the offer!  I can’t wait to try your food. Buen provecho! (Enjoy your meal!)

Address

2727 W. Fullerton, Chicago, IL 60647 · Get Directions

Phone

773.278.6525

Website

http://4suyos.com

Hours

Monday-Thursday: 5-10pmFriday: 5-11pmSaturday: 11am-11pmSunday: 11am-9pm

Public Transit

Blue Line to California stop. Walk two blocks north and turn right on Fullerton.Fullerton Bus

Attire

Casual

Services

Takes ReservationsWalk-Ins WelcomeGood For GroupsGood For Kids

Take Out

Catering

Waiter Service

Outdoor Seating

Specialties

BreakfastLunchDinnerCoffee

Email

contact@4Suyos.com


Tonight: Join me at a Pisco and Peruvian Gourmet Food Event Showcasing the Cuisine of Lima


Come to a fun and educational guided tasting event honoring the 477th Anniversary of the city of Lima, and discover why it was declared the “Gastronomic Capital of the Americas” at the International Gastronomic Summit Madrid Fusion.

 

Tasting includes:

Two Pisco-based cocktails

Tasting of five varieties of Pisco guided by Sommelier Juan Illescas

Causa Limeña de Pulpo. Exclusively found in Peruvian Cuisine, a cold, tangy, mildly spicy mash potato cake topped with olive mayo and octopus.

Anticucho. Of African origin and sold mostly by street vendors, an incomparable skewer of beautiful texture and mouthwatering flavor.

Aji de Gallina, a delicious and traditional chicken stew that resulted from the fusion of Peruvian cuisine with French cooking traditions. It is a spicy, nutty cheese sauce served over baby yellow potatoes.

Surprise Dessert from Colonial Lima.

Special performance by Peruvian Tenor Javier Bernardo, from the Lyric Opera of Chicago

Peruvian DJ/Music

When: Thursday January 19 2012 from 7 to 11pm

(Tasting goes from 7 to 9pm and DJ until 11pm)

Where: Between Peruvian Cafe & Pisco Bar 1324 N Milwaukee Ave Chicago, IL 60622

Cost: $35 at the door

 

Questions? Please call (773) 257 3679 ,  (773) 292-0585 or send an email to chicagourbanite@hotmail.com

 


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