EAT: Granja Azul. The rotisserie chicken in Lima is some of the best in the world, and Granja Azul is the best in Lima, soo basically it’s the best rotisserie chicken in the world.
DRINK: Huaringas. A trendy bar/restaurant famous for their Pisco Sours (the national drink of Peru)…and I’d probably have more to say if I didn’t have so many of them.
SEE: Parque Reserva. It’s kitschy and cool, this park—with 13 fountain/light shows—is a sundown spot for couples and families alike.
TRY: Chicha Morada. The native drink, made from purple corn, kind of tastes like a grainy grape juice—in a good way.
EAT: Cevicheria Sonia. This famous ceviche spot serves up amazingly fresh fish and a supercute band of old guys strumming on the cajons.
CLUBS: Gotica. As its name suggests, the glamorous club is a gothic-themed hotspot
BEACH: Asia. This supercool stretch of sand, an hour and a half from the city center, is Lima’s equivalent to the Hamptons.