About Us

Our Story

Where It All Began

Paula Coleto and her sister Celia were born in Ancash, Peru, and after they arrived to the U.S. they decided to open a new restaurant, they wanted to identify with a famous mountain place called Huascarán, which  is located in the Peruvian province of Yungay, in the Cordillera Blanca range of the western Andes. The highest southern summit of Huascarán is the highest point in Peru, and this is why they called their new restaurant “Huascarán.”

Huascaran Restaurant offers more than 70 items that are representative of the exquisite Peruvian cuisine. 

The sisters decided to open everyday of the week starting with breakfast at 6:00am and closing at 10:00pm Sunday through Thursday, and at midnight on Fridays and Saturdays. Live music on some weekends. Check our schedule or visit our Facebook page for more information.

In the Spotlight

Awards & Recognition

Huascaran Restaurant has been awarded for their excellent food by several institutions in the Washington DC Metropolitan area, receiving an award by The Smithsonian Institute and several local area festivals, including “A Taste of Peru,” which is the biggest culinary festival showcasing the gastronomical marvels of Peru, where Huascaran has been a part of since its inception.

Features

Huascaran Offers

Daily Fresh Menus

Fresh Ingredients

Tasty Meals

Creative Chefs

Authentic Peruvian Cuisine

Breakfasts at 6:00 am

Hours of Operation

SUN – THU
6:00am – 10:00pm

FRI & SAT
6:00am – Midnight