Who doesn’t love a night of sharing small plates and Latin fusion fare among friends? Chica, at The Venetian Las Vegas, features chef Lorena Garcia’s robust and vibrant flavors from Venezuela, Peru, Brazil, Mexico, and Argentina, among many others. Her diverse menu puts a spin on classic renditions of Latin American cuisine, so bring your friends and make a date of it.
What to order: The grilled Peruvian octopus served with crispy quinoa, ají amarillo sauce, blistered shishito peppers and a spicy guasacaca pico is a menu highlight. Also don’t miss the spicy chile-lime shrimp tacos that come with habanero aioli and cucumber mango topped with pickled vegetables and black beans.Read More
Grab your gang and stop by Chica at the Venetian before you start raging! For just $25, Chica is offering a burger and brew special featuring the Chica Burger paired with Estrella Jalisco! Made of shortrib, brisket and chuck blend, applewood smoked bacon, jalapeño jack cheese, avocado, crispy fried onions, lettuce and tomato a topped with Chica sauce on a brioche bun, this delectable dish does not disappoint!
Dessert is no exception, get your sweet and savory fix with Lorena Garcia’s Lemon Donuts!Read More
John Kunkel, owner and founder of 50 Eggs Inc.’s newest concept Chica Las Vegas at The Venetian delivers the robust and vibrant flavors of Latin cuisine combined with a dynamic wine and mixology program.
Crafted by celebrity Latina chef Lorena Garcia, the diverse menu draws inspiration from classic renditions and provides guests the opportunity to explore the flavors of Latin American cuisine as one culture, with influences from Venezuela, Peru, Brazil, Mexico, and Argentina, among many more.Read More
Chica (The Venetian, vegasuncorkd.com for tickets) Join chef Lorena Garcia to celebrate Chica’s one-year anniversary with a Mom-Mosa brunch May 13 and indulge in chef Garcia's favorite Latin dishes served with brunch cocktails.Read More
Chica (The Venetian, vegasuncorkd.com for tickets) Join chef Lorena Garcia to celebrate Chica’s one-year anniversary with a Mom-Mosa brunch May 13 and indulge in chef Garcia’s favorite Latin dishes served with brunch cocktails.Read More
Superstar recording artist, Yandel, took a break from Latin Billboard rehearsals to enjoy dinner atChef Lorena’s Chica Las VegasRead More
Head to Chica at the Venetian from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday with dishes such as cachapas with sweet corn pancakes and Guayanés cheese, challah dulce de leche French toast, lemon buñelos or steak and eggs.Read More
Chica at the Venetian, draws inspiration from classic renditions of Latin American cuisine with influences from Venezuela, Peru, Brazil, Mexico and Argentina. The Empanadas are a signature dish at this vibrant hotspot. The house made snack is stuffed with braised ground beef, sweet plantains, black beans, queso, fresco and spicy guasacaca pico. Yum!Read More
Chica by Chef Lorena Garcia celebrates the flavors of Latin American cuisine with an astounding array of amazing dishes and the final course is no exception. This Easter's must-try dessert is the Tres Leches Dulce de Leche, the traditional 'three milks' dessert cake topped with toasted meringue and exotic fruit pico.Read More
March 14th was established to commemorate National Pi(e) Day, a celebration of the mathematical constant, π (pi), or 3.14159265359. Though Pi Day is about math, thankfully, someone made it enjoyable by linking it with pies (by pies we mean, actual pies, pizza pies and/or any other circular dish and that can be sliced) (Pictured: Chica’s Mexican Chocolate S’mores Pie).
On this special foodie holiday, Chica will be featuring a Mexican Chocolate S’mores Pie, made with rich Mexican chocolate mousse and toasted marshmallow inside a cinnamon graham cracker crust, served with dark chocolate glaze and vanilla bean crème anglaise.Read More
Chef Lorena Garcia is the kind of woman we need to see more of in the culinary industry. Not only is she talented, Garcia manages to do it all with an air of ease and pleasantness we all wish we could imitate. The energy she exuded on Top Chef was proof of that.Born and raised in Venezuela, Garcia completed a law degree in Caracas before moving to the United States to complete her associates degree in paralegal studies. The law bug didn’t last long, and shortly after completing her degree, she went on to study culinary arts at the esteemed Johnson & Wales University in Miami.Read More