The Best Mexican Restaurants in Las Vegas
Mexican cuisine is somewhat underrepresented on the Strip, but Diablo's Cantina remains a favorite at the Luxor with an open, energetic dining room designed to capitalize on the casino's pedestrian traffic. Chef Saul Ortiz overachieves with much of the menu, including an "OMG" cheese blend of Oaxaca, manchego, and gouda that's delicious in the enchiladas or all by itself as a fondue. Ask for an extra kick of Carolina Reaper in the fresh-made guacamole. Or just warm things up with a serving of pozole, a Mexican stew of hominy and chicken. Sunday brunch runs all day long 10 am–4 pm.