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Contigo Peru to Shutter on Sunday, October 28: Celebration Planned for Saturday Prior

On October 28, Mesa residents in search of Peruvian fare will have to go elsewhere for dishes like Papa a la Huancaina, Chupe de Camarones, and Ceviche Mixto. Contigo Peru is closing its doors. Opened three years ago on the southwest corner of Guadalupe and Alma School Roads, the family-owned...
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On October 28, Mesa residents in search of Peruvian fare will have to go elsewhere for dishes like Papa a la Huancaina, Chupe de Camarones, and Ceviche Mixto.

Contigo Peru is closing its doors.

Opened three years ago on the southwest corner of Guadalupe and Alma School Roads, the family-owned restaurant featured a lengthy menu of Peruvian dishes served up in a casual, pleasant atmosphere.

But the Contigo Peru family isn't closing their restaurant without one last goodbye.

A notice of the restaurant's website says goodbye to guests and invites them to attend a special celebration.

"To all our friends and clients:

Please be advised that Contigo Peru will be closing its doors Sunday, October 28. It has been a wonderful 3 years and we like to thank all of our clients for their continued support which it made possible for Monica, myself and my family to make one of our dreams a reality. To celebrate this 3 years we will have a night of Music Saturday October 27 starting at 9:00 pm the cover is $5 per person and seating is limited. For reservations call (480) 838-7378. We hope to see you there and again thank you for your support.

Monica and Eddie"


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