Relax and create your own Mexican creation at Zaba's Mexican Grill.
For those avoiding fat and gluten, there's still plenty of tasty items on Zaba's Mexican Grill's menu that can cater to your needs.
At Zaba's Mexican Grill, kids of all ages are welcome.
Sit outside when the weather is fine — Zaba's Mexican Grill has a lovely patio to enjoy a warm day.
Zaba's Mexican Grill welcomes laid-back diners, so there's no pressure to throw on heels or a tie.
Dining out isn't your only option here — pickup is available, too.
Save your pennies for a rainy day — with prices generally under $15, you'll have plenty left over even after dining at Zaba's Mexican Grill.
For tasty Mexican fare, Las Vegas' Cabo Mexican Restaurant is hard to top.
Health nuts will be pleased with the menu at Cabo Mexican Restaurant, which includes a number of fresh, nutritious items.
You can also have Cabo Mexican Restaurant cater your next event.
The neighboring lot offers parking, and a valet service is also available.
Your wallet will be happy with a visit to Cabo Mexican Restaurant, too, where prices are generally under $15.
You can stop by at almost any time, since Cabo Mexican Restaurant offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Nigh owls and early risers alike will appreciate that the restaurant is open 24 hours a day.
To celebrate 30 years in business, the owners of Ricardo's Mexican Restaurant made a single margarita. Of course, it was a 7,627-gallon margarita that happened to earn the eatery a Guinness World Record. Five years later, Ricardo's is still known for its (much smaller) margaritas. The 24-hour restaurant and gaming cantina welcomes guests around the clock,?whether it's for a drink or for one of the chef's famous burritos or tacos. And if your party is too big to squeeze into the 100-person party room? Ricardo's can cater, delivering food and festivities in the form of margarita machines, musicians, and spirited games of pin the tail on the enchilada.
Strolling along Las Vegas Boulevard, visitors seeking laughter end up at L.A. Comedy Club, which is located in the Windows at Bally's. Performers have included A-list standups such as Loni Love and Doug Benson. Before entering Bally's, visitors can gaze at the Technicolor splendor of the Las Vegas Strip and the nearby Paris Las Vegas hotel and casino, whose electronic replica of the Montgolfier balloon whisks comics back to their hotels after their sets.
Chefs at Abuela's Tacos pair made-to-order tortillas with eight styles of meats to craft satisfyingly simple, authentic Mexican dishes. Abuela’s versatile tortillas transform into tacos (starting at $2.50), burritos (starting at $5.50), quesadillas ($4.50), or chips and salsa ($1.75). Any of Abuela's protein-based meal anchors can find respite in the restful wrap of a soft tortilla or the firm embrace of its toasted cousin. Abuela's tenderly grills its asada with perfectly measured seasoning to produce succulent, seasoned juices. Cooked for 3.5 hours, barbacoa challenges the world's best boyfriends with its tender disposition, smoldering charm, and unusually long primping time. Customers who color inside the lines can order grilled chicken or venture beyond the border with Abuela's popular lengua (cow tongue). The al pastor marinates in sweet spices and imparts its tender taste to saccharin-savoring teeth. Top-selling chicharron verde simmers on the stovetop for an hour before being swaddled in a tortilla, garnished with chili verde and plated. Breaded and fried fish or shrimp can festoon each of the three entree choices ($.99 extra on tacos or burritos). Bowls ($5.50) can substitute for tortillas where carbohydrates are not welcome.
La Fogata Cafe & Restaurant tantalizes taste buds with a menu of spicy Mexican cuisine balanced with American classics. Snack on the cheese-and-corn pairing of chilis rellenos, whose onion-stuffed poblano peppers dip their toes in egg batter then belly-flop into a frying pan full of tomato sauce ($6.75). Sautéed shrimp lounge quietly in garlic and a citrus-chipotle tomato sauce in the Devil's Tail ($8.99), and weekend barbecue-rib stacks double as mouth xylophones when chewed in the right order ($7.99). After strolling into La Fogata’s dining room, patrons can converse around alabaster tables and peer up at archways inlaid with sculpted swirls and spirals that hide a secret hot-sauce recipe in a language only dolphins understand.