Maya in Avon offers apres ski specials
December 3, 2013
AVON — Maya, Avon’s modern Mexican kitchen and tequila bar by chef Richard Sandoval, kicks off its first Beaver Creek ski season with daily apres ski specials, a menu of steaming Cafe Especiales drinks and two “Diners’ Choice 2013” awards from http://www.opentable.com.
The http://www.opentable.com 2013 Diners’ Choice awards — which were voted on by more than 640,300 diners nationwide — recently honored Maya as one of Colorado’s Top 10 Vibrant Mountain Bar Scenes and Top 10 Mountain Hot Spots.
Maya is also now serving a special apres ski menu daily from 2:30 to 5 p.m. featuring $2 handcrafted tacos from the comal tortilla station — including steak, pork and chicken tinga — three types of margaritas for $5 and a variety of savory Botanas Mexican tapas for $4, including mahi mahi ceviche, steak flatbread and smoked brisket nachos.
Warm up after a Beaver Creek powder day with one of Maya’s new Cafe Especiales cocktails, including the Cafe Amore, made with cognac, amaretto, coffee and whipped cream, or the Cafe y Crema, made with 1921 Tequila Cream, coffee and whipped cream.
Bottomless Margarita Brunch
Maya is also serving a $35 bottomless margarita brunch on Sundays from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., featuring unlimited Mexican small plates and free flowing brunch cocktails. Breakfast dishes include chilaquiles, steak and eggs, pozole and Mexican chocolate waffles.
Offering an upbeat, casual dining experience, Maya’s menu features Sandoval’s authentic Mexican flavors, blending traditional recipes with contemporary techniques to create dishes and cocktails that are familiar and affordable. Maya features a bar and lounge offering more than 100 agave-based spirits and house-infused tequilas, as well as personal bottle storage.
The Westin Riverfront offers free on-site valet parking for Maya diners and bar patrons. For more information or to make a reservation at Maya, call 970-790-5500 or visit http://www.richardsandoval.com/mayabc.
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