Visit Peru without leaving the country at Jaranita Peruvian Grill & Rotisserie in San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO – Enjoy a celebration of color and Peruvian cuisine at Jaranita in San Francisco’s Marina District. A visit to the festival-inspired spot transports guests to a party in Peru — in fact, the word jaranita means celebration.

“It’s fun to go somewhere that feels like somewhere else,” explained one restaurant visitor.

“From the decor, the drinks, and the food, it feels like you have a little bit of Peru in San Francisco,” described another guest.

“If you want to go to Peru without leaving the country, we have you,” said Masha Prikhodko, general manager of Jaranita.

Around every corner, Jaranita displays traditional Peruvian decorations characteristic of the country’s parades, carnivals and festivals. In the center of the restaurant’s dining patio is a giant “yunza tree” decorated with ribbons and pom-poms.

The classic tree pays homage to the ritual of “Yunza”, which is an important part of the carnival. Yunza trees are usually laden with gifts and colorful decorations, and partygoers can dance around them.

At Jaranita, guests are invited to dance around the tree and dine while indulging in the flavors of Peru.

“When you come to Jaranita, you come to try traditional Peruvian cuisine, and our focus here is our charcoal rotisserie grill,” Prikhodko said.

Executive Chef Victoriano Lopez adds: “We have 100% Peruvian flavor here.”

Order from a menu featuring classic dishes like Lomo Saltado and Pollo a la Brasa, as well as unique iterations of celebratory drinks like the popular Nikkei Sour and Zen-Gria.

In addition, Jaranita’s special chicken packs and other take-away products allow guests to take a taste of Peru home with them.

“We have authentic Peruvian food, we have great cocktails, we have great Peruvian decorations and vibes,” Prikhodko said. “You have to check it.”

Find out more here and follow @jaranitasf on Instagram! Visit Peru without leaving the country at Jaranita Peruvian Grill & Rotisserie in San Francisco

Dais Johnston

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