Zest: Mambo Italiano is Steamboat’s favorite Italian restaurant
In the heart of downtown lies a true taste of Italy: Mambo Italiano, a seven-time winner of town’s Best Italian Restaurant.
Offering an unforgettable dinning experience, Mambo’s features Italian with a twist: modern interpretations of Italian classics, elevated to an extraordinary experience. A locals’ favorite, its hand-crafted dishes utilize locally sourced, seasonally relevant ingredients to complement fresh, house-made pastas. The utmost care, exacting standards and culinary imagination go into every dish, with the menu changing seasonally to ensure the freshest, most flavorful ingredients. Come in for small plates, artisan pizzas, antipasti, gnocchi, house-made pastas, fish, steak, entrees and more, then indulge in decadent desserts like tiramisu, gelato and cheesecake. At Mambo’s, there’s something for everyone.
The tastes of Italy are also carried over to the bar, featuring a wide variety of inspired craft cocktails. From the Venetian Spritz and Manhattan Nero, to house-made limoncello and other favorite spirits, you’ll find flavors to delight any palate. Friendly bartenders and an unbelievable patio are waiting to welcome you in. Join us for our award-winning happy hour, every day, between 4 and 5:30 pm, offering half-price pizzas, $4 drafts, $3 off glass wine pours and more.
For wine enthusiasts, unleash your inner-sommelier with our glass-enclosed wine cellar and reserve list. Our collection includes Italian wines from Tuscany, Piedmont, Southern Italy, Northern Italy and Sicily. We also have wines from France and Spain, and an array of domestics, all carefully curated to pair perfectly with our menu options.
Come see for yourself why Mambo is Steamboat’s favorite Italian restaurant.
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