Mexican Restaurants in Downtown

Dine-In Taco Meal for Two or Four, or $20 Toward Take-Out at Tacos & Beer (Up to 46% Off)

Tacos & Beer

Paradise

Slow-roasted pork, marinaded steak, and tender chicken fill fresh tortillas alongside crisp veggies an savory salsas

$34.20 $19

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Mexican-American Food or a Weekday Open Bar for One at Senor Frog's in Treasure Island (Up to 50% Off)

Senor Frog's

The Strip

Tacos, burritos, burgers, and barbecue make mouths water at this festive eatery filled with bright colors and heady drinks

$40 $24

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$15 for Three Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Authentic Mexican Street Food at Garnacha's ($30 Value)

Garnacha's

Las Vegas

Authentic Mexican tacos and burritos stuffed with fresh cilantro, tomatoes, and meat at a casual restaurant with a sports cantina

$10 $5

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45-Ounce Margaritas with Beer or $16 Worth of Mexican Food at Rockin' Taco Mexican Grill (Up to 50% Off)

Rockin' Taco Mexican Grill

The Strip

45-ounce margaritas in flavors such as coral crush or pink lemonade, served with beers; meats such as carne molida fill tacos and burritos

$50 $25

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$11 for $20 Worth of Mexican Cuisine and Drinks at Jalisco Cantina

Jalisco Cantina

Multiple Locations

Carne asada with bacon wrapped shrimp as well as al pastor, chorizo & grilled chicken street tacos pair with 100% agave tequila margaritas

$20 $11

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$6 for $12 Worth of Hawaiian-Style Tacos, Salads, Rice Bowls, and Burritos at Braddah's Island Style

Braddah's Island Style

Las Vegas

Fruit-infused salsas amplify the tropical flavors of dishes such as kalua pork tacos or pulehu steak burritos

$12 $6

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Mexican Food and Drinks for Two or Four or for Takeout at Fiesta Chips & Salsa (Up to 50% Off)

Fiesta Chips & Salsa

Summerlin

Steak fajitas, beef chimichangas, chili rellenos, pork ribs in red sauce, carne asada tortas, baja fish tacos, and shrimp enchiladas

$20 $11

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Mexican Food at El Torito Café (Up to 59% Off). Two Options Available.

El Torito Cafe

River Mountain

Cheesy enchiladas with seven choices of fillings, shredded beef tamales, and refreshing margaritas

$22 $9

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Mundo boasts an innovative menu of upscale Mexican fare conceived by their award-winning Yucatán-born chef, Robert Solano. Start with a refreshing ahi-tuna tostada ($14) and scoop the sushi-grade snack into your fish-famished mouth, or sip spoonfuls of the spicy cumin-enhanced poblano-chile corn soup ($8) with traditional garnishes. Succulent entrees will transport your taste buds back to the summer spent stowed away in the kitchen of an upscale cruise boat based in Puerto Vallarta, because a sample of the sweet chipotle-glazed shrimp tamale ($24), drizzled with red-chile brandy sauce and queso-fresco relish, will bring on food-triggered flashbacks. Flaunt an order of the tender filet mignon of kurobuta pork ($26), glazed with an ancho-chile and mango sauce, at the late-night water cooler or indulge your steaktooth with the 16 oz. strip-steak mixed grill ($34), served with grilled fresh veggies, applewood smoked bacon, and roasted salsa.

495 S Grand Central Pkwy
Las Vegas,
NV
US

The freezer cases in Casa Don Juan's kitchen make great echo chambers. They stand almost empty because the crew crafts the menu of traditional Mexican dishes exclusively with fresh, never-frozen ingredients.

Frida Kahlo prints peer down on diners as they chow down on plates of cheese-stuffed chili rellenos, cheese enchiladas, and beans. Plato Casa Don Juan, with its heaping portions of pork chops or chicken breast with mexican sausage, rice, and cactus salad, provides patrons with an ideal place to hide their favorite lucky pennies.

Festive streamers of colorful cutouts flutter above Casa Don Juan's jumbo Cadillac margaritas, which brim with tequila, Dr. Swami & Bone Daddy's mix, and Grand Marnier. Standing tall in the middle of the dining room, a thatch-roof bar houses a chorus of liquors and Mexican pottery, and a kaleidoscopic array of gleaming plates lines the bright-yellow walls to memorialize the chef's blank canvas.

1204 S Main St
Las Vegas,
NV
US

Vince Neil has been many things in his life: rock star, race-car driver, and, most recently, entrepreneur. At Vince Neil's Tatuado Restaurant & Cantina, located inside the Las Vegas Hotel, he combines the elements of the rock-and-roll lifestyle with the flavors of the Southwest. One such flavor happens to be the star's favorite liquid refreshment: tequila. When crafting colorful margaritas such as the Green Iguana or Perfect Cadillac, the bartenders don't skimp on the alcohol. They also incorporate tequila into such dishes as the Red Hot oyster shooters, a combination of oysters, lime juice, and tabasco sauce that tastes delicious and will fend off attacking oysters when shot from a cannon.

3000 Paradise Rd.
Las Vegas,
NV
US

For fans of M?tley Cr?e, Vince Neil's Tatuado at Circus Circus is like a museum, rock club, and bar all rolled into one. Inside the main dining room, 22 high-definition flat-screens?plus several projection screens?play a constant mix of rock videos and behind-the-scenes clips of Vince in Vegas. Besides the TVs, guests can marvel at some of Vince's most cherished possessions, including gold M?tley Cr?e records and framed strands of Tommy Lee's hair. In addition to celebrating Vince's hits, his Tatuado honors present-day rocking with weekly events including live bands and "rock-aoke" nights.

Amid all the sweet riffs and eye-catching memorabilia, cooks put their stamp on bar food classics with everything from vegan grilled cheese sandwiches to burgers sandwiched between slices of grilled Krispy Kreme donuts. They even incorporate Vince's Tatuado Tequila into several dishes, such as pan-fired chicken smothered in a tequila-spiked lime sauce. Vince's Tatuado tequila and vodka also flavor specialty cocktails, which complement each hearty feast.

2880 LAS VEGAS BOULEVARD SOUTH
Las Vegas,
NV
US

The Original Lindo Michoacan takes its name from the Mexican state where owner Javier Barajas was born and raised. As a young man, Javier attended a seminary school. There, he befriended a nun named Sister Anita who taught him the recipes and culinary traditions of Michoacan cuisine. Those regional techniques have helped the Zagat-rated restaurant earn one of the Las Vegas Review-Journal's Best of Las Vegas awards for eight years including a 2012 Reader's Pick for Best Mexican Restaurant. Those lessons shine through in dishes such as Pollo con Tomate Estilo—a sautéed mix of chicken breast, tomatoes, onions, sour cream, and spices inspired by the town of Zirahuen—or the Birria de Chivo—a traditional festival dish of fresh goat meat cooked in dried chiles and beer instead of water. Hundreds of tequilas populate the shelves of a full bar, and on weekends, festive mariachi bands sing traditional melodies or passages from Atlas Shrugged

2655 E Desert Inn Rd
Las Vegas,
NV
US

At each of several one-day festivals held throughout the country, thousands of revelers unite in an epic clash of pulp, beer, and live music. Armed with a cache of 300,000 tomatoes, participants don protective bathing suits and goggles and hurl the fruit at one another during a two-hour battle. Throughout the afternoon, live music and costume contests offer an entertaining respite from the front lines, as bartenders dispense drafts of beer to attendees older than 21, refueling soldiers' morale before they resign to writing goodbye letters to their produce vendors back home. All tomatoes used during the event are past ripe and already fated for disposal, making the battle an efficient means of tossing them before their cursed transformation into singing Muppets.

2880 Las Vegas Blvd S
Las Vegas,
NV
US