Andina will donate 5% of all sales from Monday, March 27 through Sunday, April 2 to the emergency flood relief effort in Peru
PORTLAND, Ore., (March 28, 2017) – In response to the recent flooding and landslide disasters which have been responsible for over 70 deaths and damage to over 110,000 homes throughout Peru, Andina, Portland’s first Peruvian restaurant, will be donating 5% of their sales for the week of March 27th to the disaster relief effort in Peru. Storms and landslides have struck the country of Peru in recent weeks. On March 17th, President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski declared a state of emergency in Perú. Many communities around the country are experiencing some of the worst flooding in decades. Mama Doris, the Peruvian-born matriarch of Andina, has called on her family, staff, and loyal customers to band together to support the relief efforts in her home country.
“Given the recent situation in Peru, heavy floods have destroyed homes, land, and left children and families with almost nothing. It is imperative that Andina, as a Peruvian restaurant, join in the effort to help the people of Peru. We can not delay or wait, people need our help now!” — Andina Co-Owner, Doris Rodriguez de Platt
Guests who dine at Andina will be contributing to the disaster relief fund with 5% of every purchase being donated to disaster relief efforts. Those who would like to contribute more, can add a donation to their check at the end of their meal.
Monday, March 27 through Sunday, April 2, 2017
Lunch: Daily from 11:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Dinner: Sunday through Thursday from 5 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.; Friday and Saturday from 5 p.m. – 10:30 p.m.
Bar: Tapas and Cocktails available from Sunday through Thursday 4:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.; Friday and Saturday 4:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m..
Happy Hour daily from 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
1314 NW Glisan St., Portland, OR
Andina will be donating 5% of all sales from March 27- April 2nd to Direct Relief disaster relief efforts in Peru.
Andina, owned by the Platt-Rodriguez family, draws inspiration from the native culinary traditions of Peru, as well as from the contemporary cooking by some of Peru’s leading chefs. Andina chefs Dustin Koerner and Yen Tejada collaborate with Peruvian-born Co-Owner Doris Rodriguez de Platt to develop a menu that celebrates the restaurant’s Andean roots with an emphasis on traditional and modern Peruvian cuisine. The kitchen sources native and local ingredients to create dishes at once traditionally rooted and personally inspired. Naturally healthy elements of Peruvian ingredients and cooking methods also enables Andina to offer a variety of menus to fulfill gluten free, celiac, vegetarian and vegan needs without sacrificing taste. The lively scene in Bar Mestizo features an extensive tapas selection, Latin-American cocktails and nightly live Latin-inspired music. In 2016, USA Today’s 10best.com named Andina as one of Portland’s Top 10 Farm to Table Restaurants. Zagat ranked Andina as the #2 on their list of The Best Restaurants of Portland in 2015. The Oregonian named Andina Restaurant of the Year in 2005, as well as one of Portland’s Best Restaurants in 2015, and it was ranked #2 on a list of Portland’s Favorite Restaurants in a reader’s poll by the Portland Business Journal. Eater PDX listed Andina #1 on Top Portland Restaurants with Great Private Dining Rooms, and USA TODAY’s 10Best.com named Andina one of “The Best of the Best Restaurants in Portland.” Andina is open for lunch, dinner and happy hour and is located at 1314 NW Glisan in Portland, Ore. Call 503-228-9535 for reservations. Visit www.andinarestaurant.com for more information. Follow us on Twitter @andinaportland, Instagram @andinaportland, and Facebook at Andina Restaurant.