It's only acceptable to sweat in public when eating a spicy Mexican dish, playing sports, or being proposed to on live television. Feel the heat with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $29 for brunch for two, with one entree and two drinks per person (up to a $66 value)
- $54 for brunch for four, with one entree and two drinks per person (up to a $132 value)
- $22 for lunch for two, with one entree and one drink per person (up to a $46 value)
- $39 for lunch for four, with one entree and one drink per person (up to an $92 value)
For brunch, diners may choose to drink bloody marys, mimosas, glasses of house wine, or beer. Beverage options at lunch include wine or beer.
The lavender-hued eatery serves traditional Mexican entrees. From 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., brunch-goers can dig into menu items such as eggs mexicana or a breakfast burrito, whereas lunch patrons can savor dishes in the form of steak fajitas, chorizo quesadillas, or rice-and-bean burritos.
Vega Mexican Cuisine
Emily DeNitto of the New York Times penned a favorable review of Vega Mexican Cuisine, concluding, “most of the food at Vega tastes fresh.” The authentic cuisine’s freshness and variety is merely one half of the equation that makes the restaurant a draw, however; the decor commands respect in its own right. Sunlight streams in through large windows, bouncing off statuesque tree branches—yes, trees—that stretch high above purple booths and mingle with the light cast from ornate, castle-worthy chandeliers. It’s like frolicking through an enchanted forest and exploring a gothic mansion at the same time.
This truly unique atmosphere, awash in bright colors and other contemporary decor, juxtaposes whimsically with the authentic Mexican dishes painstakingly whipped up in the kitchen. Shrimp ceviche, chilies rellenos, chicken fajitas, and freshly made chips with jalapeño-laced salsa arrive at booths with purple, tube-like back support. These booths are surrounded by exposed brick and wooden walls, as well as ceilings high enough to fit both the trees and NBA players swinging from chandelier to chandelier, such as New York Knicks star Tyson Chandelier.