Date + TimeThursday, October 8
7:30 PM - 10:30 PM EDT
Terms & Conditions
All events, prices, personalities, performances, venues, dates and times subject to change without notice. No refunds or exchanges. No one under 21 will be admitted, unless otherwise noted. Tickets to the festival are not tax deductible. The Festival urges all adults to consume alcoholic products responsibly.
Modern Japanese & Peruvian flavors, presented in a warm setting with sidewalk seating… is just what you’ll experience when dining at Llama San, led by head chef Erik Ramirez. You'll enjoy a playful take on the Peruvian-Japanese cuisine, known as Nikkei, carefully curated by Ramirez, who has truly embraced his Japanese-Peruvian roots. His sister restaurant, Llama Inn has received two stars from The New York Times, and a Michelin Bib Gourmand- and we're sure Llama San is on it’s way to receiving fame as well. From ceviche to hand rolls to grilled skewers, dinner at Llama San will be full of an infusion of flavors and inspiration.
This dinner will be sold as tables of 2 guests and 4 guests each.
Each dinner will be paired with either wine or spirit brands from Southern Glazer’s/Lauber Imports wine or spirits portfolios.
100% of the Festival’s net proceeds support No Kid Hungry and Food Bank For New York City whose missions to end hunger are now more crucial than ever.
Safety and social distancing is our top priority. To offer the optimal experience and adhere to each restaurants’ unique seating capabilities, limited dinner tickets are available and will be sold in the specific table configurations noted in the event description above. We strongly encourage you to purchase a group of tickets in the same transaction to guarantee your entire group is seated together. This dinner will take place in the restaurant’s indoor dining area.
The safety of our attendees and participants is our number one priority. All venues will be following and practicing CDC, State and City Guidelines. Notable safety measures enforced by the Festival will include, but are not limited to:
- Limiting guest count in a restaurant to abide by local guidelines (current guideline is no more than 10 guests per table)
- Contactless registration
- All staff required to wear masks/cloth face coverings
- All guests required to wear masks, except when sitting at their tables (guests should bring their own masks)
- High-touch surfaces will be cleaned at regular, frequent intervals
- Special attention to restroom cleanliness
- Guest count inside restaurant will be limited to capacity mandated by government
- Guests will be socially distant from any other guests that are not a part of their group
- NYCWFF will ensure that registered guests are only seated with their own parties.
- Guests and staff will not be permitted to attend the event if they are experiencing any COVID symptoms
- Venues are responsible for the health screenings of their own employees, as dictated by government guidelines
For the full list of the Festival's safety protocols and procedures and links to official guidelines, please click here.