Once you walk into Ofrenda, you are immediately immersed in the vitality of Mexico. Vibrant color schemes and artwork evoke feelings of warmth and comfort the return you to your roots.
The colorful altar is the focus and the most sacred place within the restaurant. This, along with incredible artwork, marigolds and candles, matches what you can find in Mexico on Dia de los Muertos (the Day of the Dead).
In addition to the decor, the restaurant features handmade bowls and plates and handcrafted tables which celebrates local artisans and craftsmanship.
The Ofrenda menu features dishes from various regions of Mexico and South America. Guests can expect a world of flavors from the wood-fired oven and a blend of both modern and traditional preparation techniques.
Artisan tacos, nosh-like empanadas and fresh ceviche and signature items such as a Tomahawk Bone-in Ribeye, our offerings will create an unforgettable experience for you and your loved ones.
This word translates literally to “offering” in Spanish, but refers to the traditional altars, called ofrendas, created during the Día de los Muertos celebrations in Mexico to honor family members that have passed. Offerings are placed on the ofrendas to celebrate their life, to remember who they were and to keep them in the memory of the new generation.
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