When the façade is open and music fills the air, you know the party is on at Nazca-a delicious restaurant that hits all the usual Peruvian standbys, but does so with style. Inside, you'll find exposed red brick walls, wood plank flooring, a handful of tables, and a row of booths that can be made private with floor-to-ceiling drapes. The menu offers up traditional Peruvian cooking, like beef heart anticuchos, papa rellenas, tiradito, lomo saltado, and rotisserie chicken. A perfect little cocktail glass of fresh jumbo shrimp ceviche is filled with tart and spicy leche de tigre and set in a ring of crunchy corn kernels. The slow-cooked goat stew, seco de cabrito, is simmered with corn-based beer called chicha de jora with warm and hearty results.
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