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    Club Barajas Cantina
    5350 W Charleston Blvd
    Las Vegas, NV 89146-1307
    702-258-7878

    El Patron Mexican Restaurant & Oyster Bar
    2797 S. Maryland Pkwy
    Las Vegas, NV 89109
    702-791-6988
    http://www.usmenuguide.com/elpatron.html

    Lindo Michoacan Mexican Restaurant
    2665 E. Desert Inn Rd. (Near Eastern)
    Las Vegas, NV
    702-735-6828
    http://www.usmenuguide.com/lindomichoacan.html

    Cabo Mexican Restaurant
    4949 North Rancho Drive (Sante Fe Station)
    Las Vegas, NV
    702-515-4318
    http://www.usmenuguide.com/cabo.htm

    Diego Mexican Restaurant
    MGM Grand - 3799 Las Vegas Blvd.
    South Las Vegas, Nv 89109
    702-891-3200
    http://www.mgmgrand.com/dining/diego...rant-menu.aspx

    La Salsa Fresh Mexican Grill
    Luxor Hotel & Casino
    3900 Las Vegas Boulevard South
    Las Vegas, NV 89119
    (702) 262-4100
    http://luxor.com/dining/dining_la_salsa.aspx

    Border Grill
    Mandalay Bay
    3950 Las Vegas Blvd S
    Las Vegas, NV 89119
    (702) 632-7403
    http://www.bordergrill.com/

    Las Palmas Mariachi Restaurant
    953 E. Sahara, Suite A-27 (Commercial Center)
    Las Vegas, NV 89104
    702-732-0010
    http://www.usmenuguide.com/laspalmasmariachi.htm

    Ricardo’s A Mexican Restaurant
    4930 W. Flamingo Rd
    Las Vegas, NV
    702-227-9100
    http://www.ricardosoflasvegas.com/index.html

    Super Mex Restaurant & Canitina
    3460 E. Sunset Rd.
    Las Vegas, NV
    702-436-5200
    http://www.usmenuguide.com/supermexlv.html


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    Default Re: Las Vegas, NV

    i've never stepped outside of the strip when i went to lv, but man, maybe i should, seem to forget that there is an actual city there and not just the strip.
    Quien quiere un tequilaso....

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    Default Re: Las Vegas, NV

    I am told that there is also a huge liquor store in LV but I have been searching the internet and have not come up with anything. Does anyone have any information on it? I am beginning to wonder if it is an urban myth.

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    Default Re: Las Vegas, NV

    Lee's Discount liquors has a good selection and great prices, but the staff didn't seem to be very knowledgable. They have locations all over Las Vegas.

    The Isla bar at Treasure Island has an excellent selection and a knowledgable bartender. They feature "fleets" with tasting size shots of three tequilas. We tried the Supreme fleet which featured El Tesoro Paradiso, Don Julio 1942 and Herradura Supreme. Comes in a neat spiral wrought iron display and includes two glasses of Sangrita for $60. We also tried a glass of Don Passion Anejo on the bartenders recommendation and it was excellent and of a generous size. She also mentioned they were about to add another 30 tequilas including Porfidio.

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    Default Re: Las Vegas, NV

    Thanks for the reviews on the LV area. Lee's does sound like it was probably the place I had heard about.

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    Diego Mexican Restaurant in the MGM Las Vegas

    I ate at this restaurant about a year ago. They have a very nice selection of Tequila and are very proud of it. They wanted over a hundred dollars for a shot of the Porfido Barrique and told me that they had the very last bottle in existance, when I told them that others had bottles, the guy told me I was wrong and when I told him that I own three botltes, he basically called me a liar.
    Bottom line, the food was good, the tequila selection is good and the pricing is high.

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    The bar manager, right!??!!? LOL

    I got into a huge discussion with him over the exact same thing. So, I made my hubby run up to the room (We were staying in the Lofts) and grab my laptop. I then proceeded to show him my bottles of Barrique! lol He didn't like me but his bartender gave me a free drink lol.

    Also, the 3 Liter of 3-4-5 they have is very neat looking in the shadow box ...


    Another Off Strip Site ..

    Real Traditional Mexican Food, very good tequila selection. Un-Las Vegas like prices - Lindo Michocan. Ask any valet or bell man!

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    Even though the guy is a bit of a "duffis"...... and it's a bit pricey....it is sure beats those maragritas in the 72oz three foot tall glasses down form them in the mall.

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    Default Re: Las Vegas, NV

    Went to Vegas over the weekend... Had dinner at Boarders Grill at the Mandalay Bay hotel. The food was excellant and they have a very nice selection of tequila. I had my first taste of Chinaco Negro #15. The tequila was wonderful, although they pour their drinks a little tight and the price was $65 with a service charge of $10, so a bit pricey, but still worth tasting it without openning my bottles. Also, stopped in at Diego's in the MGM and spoke with the manger for a while. This time he was a bit more friendly and generous with some Espolon anejo.

    I highly recommend having lunch, dinner or drinks at Boarders Grill.

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    I'll be heading to Las Vegas next week on business and I wanted to see if I could get any updates. I'm very interested in a short list of tequila bars, as I won't be there very long, and some liquor stores that would have good prices and selections unavailable here the midwest. Any suggestions?

    I think Vegas and tequila might be the perfect combination.

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