Las Primas, a casual Peruvian sandwich shop, serves up an addictive lunch with authentic street bites and sweet, fruity drinks. A chalkboard menu of snacks compliments the grab-n-go list of seven Peruvian sandwiches, from chorizo and papitas chips to marinated beef and crema de ají (a crave-worthy sauce of ají amallio peppers and huacatay black mint) on crusty Fleur-De-Lis bread. Las Primas’ national pride extends to their love of frothy Pisco Sours, and theirs is one of the best in town. Choose from a long list of Pisco-based cocktails and mellow, fruity sangria, or take a sip of Chica Morada, a super-sweet Peruvian purple corn drink that tastes like blueberries and dark spice. With a platter of sticky, golden-brown Alitas wings drizzled with a creamy, chile-based ají de mesa and a Pisco in hand, you’ll be celebrating Peruvian independence in no time.