Mercadito - Red Rock Las Vegas

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Expertly blending traditional Mexico with creative interpretations of local and seasonal ingredients is the inspiration behind Mercadito restaurants. Spanish for “little market,” Mercadito is modeled after the markets chef Patricio Sandoval shopped at while growing up in his native Mexico. His muse is the cuisine of the southern region but when mixed with his own style he creates authentic dishes with an added flair.

Venue name: Mercadito - Red Rock Las Vegas
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Address: 11011 W. Charleston Blvd.
Las Vegas
89118
Price: $30 and under
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