The Best Mexican Restaurants in Las Vegas
Susan Feniger and Mary Sue Milliken's two-level restaurant has been around for more than two decades—an impressive run for a celebrity-chef concept in Las Vegas. Longtime executive chef Mike Minor recently left the operation, but the kitchen remains in good hands under the direction of Danny Pineda, who seems eager to produce experimental specials and secret off-menu dishes (so quiz your server thoroughly). Taking inspiration from its popular brunch format, Border Grill now has an all-you-can-eat small plates dinner for $45 per person. The view of the Mandalay Bay pool is just a bonus. Sure, the margaritas are good, but don't overlook the wine list, which is heavy on choices from Spain and Mexico. BBQ Mexicana is a sister to-go spot next door, featuring smoked meats and a signature burnt ends burrito.