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Choose Between Two Options
- $24 for a ceviche-making class for one (a $45 value)
- $39 for a ceviche-making class for two (a $90 value)<p>
During the 60-minute classes, up to 20 students can sip on wine or pisco sours while making samples of Peruvian ceviche in small groups of four. See the calendar for a full schedule of the sessions, which are held on select Friday evenings beginning May 4.<p>
Tutuma Social Club
Open since 2009, Tutuma Social Club is one of the first Afro-Peruvian jazz venues in the city. Helmed by owner Santina Matwey, the club mimics those found in Lima, combining a party atmosphere with contemporary Peruvian cuisine. Peru's international chefs, Carlos Testino and Rodrigo Conroy, craft a dinner menu of ceviche and seafood dishes made with ingredients native to South America.
As diners spoil taste buds with flavors from Peru, ear-tongues can savor live music from Gabriel Alegria Afro-Peruvian Sextet or from national touring artists, whose schedules can be found on the club's event calendar. Long tables line the white walls of the venue, ending with a small stage pronounced by an eye-popping red wall.