Venga Venga Cantina and Tequilla Bar

66% of 3 votes say it's Celiac friendly

105 Daly Ln, Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Directions

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Celiac
7 months ago
Celiac friendly

Ordered the grilled chicken tacos (very good). Our server was not knowledgeable, I was worried, didn’t expect to eat; however the tacos and beans passed my Nima test. Previous reviews seem good, likely just had a bad server.

8 months ago
Celiac friendly

Knowledgeable about what was possible. My daughter had a cheese quesadilla with rice and beans and enjoyed it. Chips are questionable, they are made fresh in house everyday but the fryer oil is changed every other day. Decided not to chance it. Not a lot of offerings, but it was a great lunch.

Celiac
3 years ago

I got glutened here. Stay away from anything fried and always ask about garnishes. The waitress told me a few options that were safe, I ordered a shrimp salad which is a lot like coleslaw, and after eating a few crunchy bites, I noticed crispy tortilla strips mixed into my salad. I asked about them and she was informed by the cook that they use flour when they are fried and suggested I simply just remove them since they are just a garnish! Once she figured out they were mixed in, she had it remade. They aren't very knowledgable about cross contamination and don't even have gf items on their menu. This place really doesn't belong on this app.

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  • Bar
  • Mexican
  • Restaurant

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Not celiac
3 years ago

They don't have a gluten free menu, but the waitress, Caitlin, was able to point out items that could be made gluten free. Tacos are made with corn tortillas. Rice and beans were gluten free too. They don't have a dedicated fryer, so the tortilla chips are not safe, but she brought me corn tortillas to eat with the fresh guacamole made table-side. She also had the kitchen clean off part of the grill to cook the steak for my tacos. Caitlin said that her best friend has Celiac, so she understood the seriousness of cross contamination and took it very seriously.

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