|Venga Venga Cantina & Tequila Bar|
105 Daly Ln
Snowmass Village, CO 81615
Snowmass Village Mall. Slopeside
(F.K.A. Cirque Cafe)
Venga Venga Dinner Menu
Upscale Mexican and Latin American restaurant in Snowmass opened during the ski season 2010/11.
Richard Sandoval brings the vibrant flavors and ingredients of Mexico into the culinary spotlight. Richard Sandoval launched a revolution in America by reinterpreting Mexican cuisine in a contemporary, yet authentic way. Coupling indigenous Mexican ingredients with European technique and sensibility, Sandoval succeeds in elevating timeless recipes to new heights. The results have changed our perception of Mexican cuisine in this country.
Late night eats Thur.-Sat. with limited bar menu untill midnight.
Apres Ski daily
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February 7, 2012
The food was average. We ate here last year and were very pleased. Last night, the salsa and chips were better than the entrees we ordered. The saving grace was the Churros for desert..they should not be missed.
August 14, 2011
We sat outside of Venga Venga and ordered the shrimp ceviche (11.95) and the queso fundido (10.95). Both came out quickly and hot! My boyfriend had the happy hour (5pm -7pm) prickley pear margarita ($11). He thought the drink was great.
The ceviche was creamy citrus-habanero broth good but not your traditional ceviche. The queso fundidio had a very nice blend of cheeses served in the hot skillet which kept the cheese warm and fried it a bit. If you liked fried cheese you'll get a hidden treat at the end.
We ate outside with live music. The service was good and the food came quickly. We finished the meal with flan and coffee.
We made the trip special to Snowmass Village from Aspen and I think it was worth it.
February 18, 2011
My boyfriend and I tried Venga Venga Mexican restaurant in Snowmass Village for the first time this winter. We live in Aspen and this convenience in turn sometimes makes it inconvenient to visit Snowmass Village. However, there are so many good new Snowmass restaurants emerging that we may need to make Snowmass, Colorado more of a dining priority.
We tried Venga Venga during the inaugural Snowmass Village restaurant week. The special offered at Venga Venga was lunch for 2 at $20.11. (year 2011) What a great deal! It included 3 courses. Whenever these deals come back, I'd highly suggest taking advantage of them. (Rumor has it that Snowmass restaurant week may even return this summer.) Starting with drinks, a traditional mojito for me and a spicy orange margarita for him. Next came the table prepared fresh guacamole. Since I love fresh guacamole, it made a great start to the meal.
The first course was either soup or salad. We had one of each. We had the Baja fish tacos and the cheese enchiladas. Both of them were delicious. For dessert we had chocolate churros. The only disappointment with the the entire meal was the chocolate churros. It took more than 30 minutes for them to arrive cold and hard. Everything else was so good that it almost didn't matter that dessert wasn't the best.
I think Venga Venga is a good addition to Snowmass Village which is easily noticed as it is bursting with not only tourists but Snowmass locals alike. After a good day of spring skiing in Snowmass, I will definitely try Venga Venga again and give their desserts another chance.