Review of Three Mexican Restaurants in Las Vegas, Nevada
El Dorado Cantina was founded in 2014 by a private investment group. It is considered one of Las Vegas’s most authentic Mexican restaurant and is known for the famous people who frequent the place. On any given evening, one might see dignitaries or a celebrity or two.
Located at 3025 Sammy Davis Jr. Drive in Las Vegas, El Dorado Cantina Restaurant & Bar is less than two miles from the famous Las Vegas Strip. They get their meats, fish and vegetables from only the best vendors in the area.
Their Corporate Executive Chef is Chef Sean Bernal. Chef Bernal was raised in Santurce, Puerto Ricco and got his passion for cooking from his family. He graduated from Johnson & Whales University where he received his Associate’s Degree in Culinary Arts. His commitment to bringing in excellent flavor and flair has earned El Dorado Cantina close to fifteen hundred online reviews giving them well over a four-star rating.
Salud Mexican Bistro and Tequileria, opened in June of 2017, is located by The Lakes which is near Summerlin in Las Vegas, Nevada. They boast they have the largest tequila bar that serves over one hundred different tequilas. Owned by two brothers, they have Chef Israel Reyes create modern dining with a Mexican twist.
The brothers who own Salud Mexican Bistro and Tequileria have a long history in the restaurant industry. Their parents worked in the restaurant business all of their adult lives, so the brothers pretty much grew up in restaurants. There is a Mexican restaurant in Boulder City that was started, and is still owned, by the family over twenty-seven years ago.
If one was to look up Mexican restaurants in Las Vegas, Salud Mexican Bistro would come up with a four-point seven-star rating. I am sure that is why they have over two hundred positive posts.
Located at 3715 South Decatur Boulevard in Las Vegas is Bonito Michoacan Mexican Restaurant. Known as the fisherman’s place in Nahautl Michoacan is the inspiration for Bonito Michoacan Mexican Restaurant. The area was settled in 1862 by the French which added a twist to their native cuisine.
The family migrated to Las Vegas and together with family members started Bonito Mochoacan Mexican Restaurant. Their décor is very colorful inside and out. The tables are etched with scenes of village life with colorful buildings, people and butterflies.
This is one popular place with well over two thousand two hundred positive evaluations on the world wide web. It is a must to visit if you are a tourist or a local. The atmosphere is like none you have ever seen.