Llama’s Peruvian Creole Food Truck is a gem in the middle of Sixth Street. Owner Miguel Barrutia, and Chef Julio-Cesar Florez are natives of Peru and brings childhood memories to life with fresh bread, meat, and vegetables. The #5 Saltado de Pollo Sanguche is the winner with Chicken, Grilled Onions, Bell Peppers, Tomatoes, Cilantro and Cheese on a French Roll…delish. There are a few picnic tables in front of the trailer, so it’s a perfect place to bring the family.
TIP: Open 11am-3am daily. They also have a pop up events, check Facebook for current events.
A few steps away from Llamas is a great local bar, Chicago House, with rotating artisan beers on tap. It’s a cozy bar with a nice vibe, clean decor in a historical building. A refreshing break from dirty 6th street, this venue is a great place to enjoy the company of a romantic date or a group of friends.
Both locations with 100 feet of 611 Trinity Street.