Food and drink
There's a huge list of tapas: hot tapas, cold tapas, meat and poultry tapas, and seafood tapas - as well as a selection of regular main courses as well. Portions aren't huge, though, and prices are low, so you can afford to order a few things. The signature drink is (of course) sangria.
The stuffed dates, which come wrapped in bacon and stuffed with smoked almond, blue cheese and a red wine reduction. Absolutely delicious.
Very laid back. The place is always packed, but it's full of locals so people are dressed down and more relaxed than on Strip properties.
Again, it's relaxed but fast.
On Paradise, a few blocks off the Strip, near the Hard Rock. It's about a five minute drive from the central Strip.
Tapas dishes from US$3.50.
They opened a branch in the Plaza Hotel in Downtown Las Vegas this year (1 Main Street, 702-380-1352, open for dinner only) but I prefer the original. The Paradise location is more easily accessible from the Strip, too.
- Seasoned travellers
- Escaping the crowds
- People watching