3200 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV | Directions 8910936.127426 -115.170816
Mon-Sat 11:30 a.m. - 12 a.m., Sun 11:30 a.m. - 11 p.m.
Best Margarita on the Strip! – I was staying across the street at the Palazzo/Venitian. I went down to the Mex place by the Casino and ordered the house Marg and it was 3" tall not to mention over $10.00! I had 4 days and time on my hands since I don't gamble. Tried several other places on the Strip and found El Segundo at the Fashion Mall when I was looking for a pair of shoes. The Cucumber Mint Marg was my favorite and trust me the next time I'm in Vegas thats the first place I will go. Not to mention the food is above par as well.
Good Mexican Food & View of the Strip – Tried this place out for the first time last week with a group of girlfriends. Came during Happy Hour (offered from 4-7 everyday) and had a tasty Prickly Pear Margarita - best I have had in a while! During Happy Hour the margarita was under $5. Can't beat that deal in the mall!
Service at the bar was speedy and the bartender was very attentive.
We got the homemade guacomole, fish tacos & chicken fajitas. All were memorable! Pretty large menu - will definitely be back! Most likely during Happy Hour or to sit outside once it heats up.
Not the best in town – We were surprised on entering that since our last visit two years ago that most of the restaurant has been curtained off. This restaurant affords those confined to the Strip the opportunity to try tapas and paellas, but it is not even close to being the best in Las Vegas. We started off with a salad of apples, almonds, manchego cheese over organic greens (4 out a possible 5), baked goat cheese in a rich tomato sauce (3.5) and dates wrapped in bacon (1.5). We were disappointed by the dates which were overcooked and chewy. I questioned the waiter and he confirmed that this is the way the dish is prepared. We also ordered paella; mine was mixed seafood with shrimp, scallops, mussels and green beans. My wife ordered the evening’s special seafood paella with monkfish, beans and squash. Each was visually unappealing suffering from a heavy hand with the tomato sauce and an absence of saffron. I used a discounted certificate purchased through a radio station, but other certificates may be purchased at restaurant dot com.
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