Zengo celebrates with Zen for $10 tonight; La Biblioteca pouring El Tesoro next door

Soon after he brought Tamayo to Larimer Square, renowned restaurateur Richard Sandoval opened Zengo in Riverfront Park, when the Platte Valley was still on the urban edge. But Riverfront has grown up, and so has Zengo; this week the restaurant is celebrating its tenth anniversary. Today through Sunday, March 9, diners can enjoy Zen for $10: items from Zengo's past and present menu, featured at dinner for $10. Zengo is also holding a "What Has Zengo Meant to You?" photo contest, with a grand prize of a trip for two to Cancun. Find more information here. See also: Chef and Tell with Richard Sandoval And Zengo's next-door sibling, La Biblitoeca de Tequila, is kicking off its Meet the Maker series tonight. From 6 to 8 p.m. on the first Thursday of each month, guests can meet tequila makers and taste their products. Tonight's featured tequila is El Tesoro; admission is $5.

Upcoming Meet the Maker programs:

April 3, Patron May 1, Centinela June 5, Agave Underground July 3, Suerte (a Boulder company)

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