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The Facts
NAME: Bolivian Llama Party
IT'S: A street food vendor in Gotham Market

28-03-2018

OPENED: March 28th, 2018
WHO'S BEHIND IT: Alex, Patrick and David Oropezo
DID YOU KNOW: The menu also includes 'salteñas', a baked pastry with a soupy filling and a hard boiled egg, with options such as grass-fed beef, free-range chickens and smoked mushrooms.
LOCATION: Brooklyn
ADDRESS: 590 Fulton Street, NY 11201
Travel To: Nevins Street, DeKalb Avenue, or Fulton Street
WEBSITE: Visit Site
CONTACT: Phone: 347 395 5481; Email: [email protected]
FACEBOOK: Visit Facebook
INSTAGRAM: Visit Instagram
RESERVATIONS: No

Bolivian Llama Party

OPENED512 DAYS AGO

Bolivian Llama Party takes on another food hall: Gotham Market At The Ashland in Brooklyn.

The popular food vendor has popped up in several markets and food halls in New York – including Smorgasburg and a permanent spot in Turnstyle Colombus Circle – introducing New York to Bolivian food with a modern twist.

The Spot:

Founded in 2012 by three brothers – Alex, Patrick and David Oropezo – Bolivian Llama Party not only serves modern Bolivian food, but also fundraises for charities and works closely with the non-profit organization Vision de Ayuda to build a daycare in Tarata, Bolivia. Inside Brooklyn’s food hall Gotham Market At The Ashland, Bolivian Llama Party features handmade art by Demetrios Zissiadis, and the menu has expanded with new items.

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The Food:

Cholas, Bolivia’s popular street food sandwiches, are traditionally filled with roasted pork, but the new Fort Greene outpost includes a vegan version with caramelized jackfruit – complementing Bolivian Llama Party’s triple pork and roast brisket staples. There’s also a spicy new side dish: chicharron wings marinated in scotch bonnet-smoked butter sauce, as well as crispy frites with a variety of herbs and dipping sauces.

The Drinks:

Bolivian Llama Party offers a small selection of fruit juices, such as Mora (Andean blackberry and basil), Maracuya (passion fruit and ginger), and Mocochinchi (sun-dried peach cider).

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The Damage:

Dishes vary between $6–12, and you can get three chola sliders for $15.

In a Nutshell:

As Bolivian Llama Party has proven to be a big hit for a quick bite on the go, we’re pretty sure the food vendor will do just as well inside Brooklyn’s Gotham Market.

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The Facts
NAME: Bolivian Llama Party
IT'S: A street food vendor in Gotham Market

28-03-2018

OPENED: March 28th, 2018
WHO'S BEHIND IT: Alex, Patrick and David Oropezo
DID YOU KNOW: The menu also includes 'salteñas', a baked pastry with a soupy filling and a hard boiled egg, with options such as grass-fed beef, free-range chickens and smoked mushrooms.
LOCATION: Brooklyn
ADDRESS: 590 Fulton Street, NY 11201
Travel To: Nevins Street, DeKalb Avenue, or Fulton Street
WEBSITE: Visit Site
CONTACT: Phone: 347 395 5481; Email: [email protected]
FACEBOOK: Visit Facebook
INSTAGRAM: Visit Instagram
RESERVATIONS: No

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