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Dos Caminos *
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Upscale Mexican food
This Mexican restaurant offers cooking classes so that you can take home some of their recipes and impress your friends back home with authentic and spicy dishes. Expect an expensive evening.

Tags: Mexican

Added by: BBUC BBUC


10820 W Charleston Blvd (at the Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino)
Las Vegas, NV 89135
The Strip

(702) 462-8800
http://www.doscaminos.com/new-mexican-restaurant-in-las-vegas-dos-caminos?gclid=CMTLyOXT4bYCFSjZQgod9EkAAQ



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  • eacoope was here

    September 11, 2010 ·

  • FOOTBALL gave this place *
    Great experience.
    The food was delicious from aperitifs to coffee. The decor was gorgeous and very different from one would expect in a Mexican restaurant Even the restrooms were different and beautiful. But the service was the knockout-excellent. One of the best restaurant of any kind in the city. Prices are moderate to expensive but worth the experience. Much better than Border Grill restaurant in the Mandalay.

    July 31, 2010 ·

  • lakewayman was here

    March 27, 2010 ·

  • BBUC gave this place *
    Not your typical Mexican
    This was a beautiful restaurant, however the food and drinks were a bit pricy, house Margarita was $15.00, although I had the Filet Mignon, my partner and a friend had the Enchiladas which were around $17.00. One drink each, no appetizer and just main course set us back $162.00 with tip. Not outrageous, but hey it was Mexican food. Atmosphere was nice but for a Saturday night prime time, we were able to make reservation at last minute, place never filled up. The music which was more like house music was good, but nothing about decorations, food or staff made me feel like it was even an upscale Mexican establishment. One strange effect was all the skulls lining wall behind us where we dined, reminded me of a documentary I saw once about the festival of the dead.
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    September 10, 2009 ·