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Las Vegas' favorite non-GMO, sustainably-sourced Mexican menu comes to Spring Valley in 2021.

El Dorado Cantina readies a third location in the Southwest

Las Vegas' favorite non-GMO, sustainably-sourced Mexican menu comes to Spring Valley in 2021.

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    In keeping with its décor, the food is fun—think tacos covered in Flamin’ Hot Cheetos or named after sex moves.

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    Three spots where you can get the savory stew traditionally made of shredded goat meat.

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    What to order at Santos Guisados, Bajamar and ¡Salud!.

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    One side of the restaurant leans to the sweet, beginning with an ice cream case filled kid-friendly flavors dominated by various chocolate and vanilla combinations ...

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    There’s some local flair, too. The mural on the outside of the restaurant—layered with sugar skulls, flora and fauna—is the creation of Vegas-based art collective ...

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    “Vegan” and “Mexican food” rarely share the same sentence.

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    The booze offerings are generous, and the food menu short and sweet, including $3.50 street tacos with your choice of proteins.

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    Where most Mexican joints seem to offer a handful of midday deals, Juan’s dedicates two pages of its menu to them. And they’re all priced ...

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    Chinese food, Mexican food and some stuff in between.

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    Don’t leave without ordering a quesa taco—seared shrimp served in Leticia’s garlicky abuelo sauce.

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    It focuses on seven filings—steak, baja fish, calabacita, short rib, potato chorizo, carnitas and chicken al pastor—that can be served on your choice of handmade ...

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    Mike Minor pretty much invented a new kind of food when he launched Truck U Barbeque in 2014, blending his passion for slow-smoked awesomeness with ...

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    “I’m not adding mayos or mustards or vinegars that don’t belong. It’s very basic, and that’s what people like about it.”

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    Beyond tacos, the menu features a collection of ceviches, cocktails and tostadas, all of them seafood-centric.

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    Created by restaurant veteran Kent Harman, it offers familiar food with an ultra-fresh spin.

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    You must see the Cubana Mexicana torta to truly believe it.

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    Load up on the homemade salsas—a chunky mild, the medium green and an eat-at-your-own-risk spicy red.

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