Time: June 3, 2017 6:30 PM
Location: Newport International Polo Grounds 250 Linden Lane, Portsmouth, RI 02871
A few dinner tickets are still available online only: Join this culinary adventure with the teams, without a mountain trek, for the signature flavors of Peru. Dine with the team following USA vs. Peru, with a selection of traditional Peruvian dishes to conclude the match.
Prepared by chefs from Los Andes, (in Providence) enjoy entertainment and authentic dishes. Under the polo tent and around the fires. Music and dancing. This tasty and fun opportunity to dine with the teams is not to be missed.
Machu Pulu Peruvian Polo Dinner from Los Andes
A delightful medley of seafood consisting of fresh diced fish, squid, shrimp, Prince Edward Island mussels, tossed with a cilantro, rocoto (Manzano pepper) and garlic 'leche de tigre' (signature vinaigrette)
Andean-influenced mushrooms stuffed with ritz crackers, choclo (Peruvian large-kernel field corn from the Andes), fire roasted peppers, and a touch of rocoto (Manzano pepper), topped with queso blanco and finished with a chimichurri butter
Traditional Peruvian dish (nicknamed 'the Pineapple') of chilled whipped potato, filled with an avocado puree, topped with shredded chicken, and garnished with a Huancaina cream sauce
Tickets* are $29 per person, seating limited, while supplies last. Cash bar. Polo match tickets sold separately. *Ticket must be presented ticket at time of service; Tickets are for individual dinner portions per person. This is NOT an unlimited buffet.
Each dinner is an adult portion. Sorry, no child portions available. For children, we recommend the food concessionaires on site during the match, so that after the match, the adults can eat while the kids play on the polo field under your watchful eye.
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Los Andes, named for the South American mountain range, is a high-energy eatery serving a menu of South American specialties, with a fusion of Latin flavors. 903 Chalkstone Avenue, Providence, RI. (401) 649-4911
Polo was invented and first played in Iran (or ancient Persia) thousands of years ago. The original name of polo is “Chogan” and is still used in Iran; however, the name “Polo” became more widely used, from the Tibetan word for the willow root from which polo balls were made of, which is “Pulu “.