Mexican Restaurants in Whitney

Mexican Food at El Torito Café (Up to 55% Off). Two Options Available.

El Torito Cafe

River Mountain

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

$22 $10

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Dinner and Jumbo Margaritas for Two or Lunch for Two at Casa Don Juan (Up to 46% Off)

Casa Don Juan

Arts District

Traditional Mexican cuisine such as chili rellenos, carne asada, and jumbo margaritas in festive south-of-the-border environs

$21.98 $12

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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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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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$24.95 for Two 32-Ounce Margaritas at Tacos N' Ritas ($42 Value)

Tacos N' Ritas

Multiple Locations

Hefty frozen margaritas in yard-style glasses come in a variety of sweet and tart flavors

$42 $24.95

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The Las Vegas Sun, Las Vegas Weekly and the Las Vegas Review Journal featured Sabor. Yelpers give the restaurant an average of 4.5 stars and 89% of Urbanspooners recommend it.

594 N Stephanie St
Henderson,
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

645 Carnegie St
Henderson,
NV
US

With Sonrisa Grill, California natives Tim and Chanthy Walsh bring a slice of south-of-the-border cuisine to MonteLago Village. As the head chef, Tim refers to his spread as "San Diego Mexican," which comprises everything from halibut, prawn, and salmon tacos to 8-ounce filet mignon served with chipotle mashed potatoes. The menu includes traditional Mexican eats, too, such as enchiladas and various tapas dishes. Visitors to Sonrisa?which means "smile" in Spanish?enjoy Tim's creations inside the restaurant's colorful dining room punctuated with a 7-foot fountain. They can also venture out to the romantic patio alongside Lake Las Vegas to soak up sunsets and watch in awe as astronauts quickly assemble and turn on the moon.

30 Via Brianza
Henderson,
NV
US

At the French restaurant where they both got their start, Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger discovered decidedly un-French cuisine in the privacy of the kitchen: homespun Oaxacan and Yucatan recipes prepared by their fellow chefs. The duo promptly untied their aprons, loaded them into a VW Beetle, and took off for a road trip to Mexico in 1985, where they sampled and studied delicacies prepared at beachside taco stands and family barbecues. Three restaurants, two gourmet food trucks, five cookbooks, hundreds of episodes of Food Network's Too Hot Tamales, and sizzling appearances on Top Chef Masters later, their Border Grill eateries add contemporary twists to authentic Mexican cuisine. Guests are greeted by dining rooms originally designed by the architect Josh Schweitzer, who is Mary Sue's husband and Susan's childhood friend. Within their walls, healthful plates enhanced by seasonal fruits and vegetables and fresh salsas roll into handmade tortillas or revel beneath cotija cheese. Devoted to sustainable eating, Border Grill infuses its dishes with sustainable seafood, organic rice and beans, and hormone-free meats, as well as Good for the Planet, Good for You meals made from at least 80% plant-based ingredients, just like Captain Planet's faux-leather jacket.

3950 Las Vegas Blvd S
Las Vegas,
NV
US

Jalisco Cantina’s vibrant neon sign burns 24 hours a day, beckoning diners in for authentic Mexican fare and music. Named for the Mexican state of Jalisco, the birthplace of tequila, Jalisco Cantina offers up more than 80 kinds of the iconic drink to pair with their homemade "casero" cuisine. Mexican flags flutter from the rafters and massive flat-screen TVs beam down from colorful walls, illuminating diners as they feast on authentic Mexican cuisine. On Tuesdays and Saturdays, diners can also enjoy live blues music performed by local musicians.

Meanwhile in the kitchen, frying pans simmer with fresh, authentic Mexican breakfasts and dinners. Dishes feature guacamole made from whole avocados, fresh tortillas, black boiled beans, and an array of cheeses such as queso fresco, manchego, monterrey jack, and quesadilla. Meanwhile, a dessert menu boasts a caramel Kahlua sundae. Meals are joined by Mexican beers and frozen margaritas, all of which are made from 100% agave tequila, fresh-squeezed lime juice, and real fruit juice.

6450 S Durango Dr
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