Llama Inn

The Llama Inn has a perfect name. No, don’t expect to find llamas staring at you as you nervously eat your meal. What you should expect is a warm atmosphere typical of traditional inns and great food inspired by Peruvian cuisine. The décor is creative and chic: a large artwork made with colored yarns adorns one wall and plants hang from the ceiling. This is a place to go with friends and maybe even make some new ones.

Llama Inn

  • 50 Withers St, Brooklyn, NY 11211

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