The movies have long promised us a future with ubiquitous hologram technology, from Arnold toying with Michael Ironside in Total Recall, to countless other instances that don't involve Arnold, which nerds can tell you about. Well the future's here, only at Lolita's Cantina.
Boasting Vegas' largest tequila selection, restaurant/nightclub combo Lolita's is built with a little bit of South Beach, and a pinch of Baja, resulting in azure blue walls, a long center bar, and a smattering of banquettes and tables, plus a dance floor rigged up with projectors that beam crazy-lifelike holographic images all over: everything from DJs battling themselves to fake saucy ladies breaking it down left and right (so...faux-go dancers?). Traditional Mexican comida's prepared with organic ingredients and proprietary sauces/salsas made fresh daily, including starters like Costillas en Salsa Chipotle (baby-backs tossed in a Chile chipotle glaze), grilled or Tecate-battered/fried fish tacos, and entrees like Dungeness Crab Enchiladas topped with brandy chipotle cream sauce and Camarones ala Diabla, or "Devil's Shrimp" made of chili-encrusted Gulf Prawns and crispy plantains, much to the consternation of Leprechauns played by Warwick Davis. The bar menu leverages 100-plus tequilas for organic fruit margaritas (watermelon, mango, blood orange, pineapple...) and specialty tequila-tails like the Cherry Lolita (tequila blanco, muddled cherries, St. Germain, fresh lime), while agave-less drinks include the Elder Fashioned (rye, St. Germaine, bitters, orange twist), and the bourbon/fresh ginger/elderflower syrup/lemon Sultry Swede, which is weird, as everyone knows Bjorn Borg is a frigid lover.
They'll also be packing the house with guest performers from all over the world, including dancers, DJs, and even famous drummers, though not John Bonham, who you'll be forced to recall, recall, recall.