Peruvian restaurant Tanta will transform their stunning rooftop terrace into Chicago’s World Cup Watch Zone, beginning Thursday, June 14. All Peru and South American matches will be broadcast live—and the restaurant will open early so fans won’t miss a minute of the action. During the games, football aficionados may enjoy Peruvian street food favorites, such as cebiches, empanadas, and sandwiches, and South American cocktails including Pisco Sours, Palomas, Sangrias and Caipirinhas. For the full Watch Zone schedule and hours, please visitwww.tantachicago.com/tantaevents/.
Tanta, 118 W. Grand Ave., Chicago, Illinois, 60654
Thursday, June 14 – Sunday, July 15, 2018
Complimentary admission—guests may purchase food and beverage individually.
About Tanta Chicago
Tanta (118 W. Grand Ave.) is the premiere restaurant in Chicago for authentic Peruvian cuisine and craft pisco cocktail preparations. The restaurant is collaboration between Chef Gaston Acurio and VBD Hospitality. The menu, created by Chef Acurio and Tanta Chicago Executive Chef Jesus Delgado, takes guests on a journey through Peru’s flavors and culture via its menu, made with locally sourced products from vendors sensitive to sustainable farming and fishing. From the Pacific Ocean, through the Andes, to the desert, to the Amazon, Tanta celebrates the diverse landscape and ethnicities that make up Peru’s cuisine, such as Chinese, Japanese, Italian, and Spanish. Tanta is open daily for lunch from 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m.; dinner at 5 p.m.; and Sunday brunch from 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m. The rooftop terrace opens every spring through fall, weather permitting. For more information, please visit www.TantaChicago.com, or call 312.222.9700.