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The Las Vegas Tequila Patrol is on a never ending quest to find the best Bars and Restaurants in Las Vegas to learn about and of course drink Tequila. We recently joined a trek to Hecho En Vegas where we found over 100 Tequilas available including 7 Siete Leguas, Don Julio, Jimador, Partida, Patron, Casa Noble, Ocho, Calle 23, Herradura and Jose Cuervo.

Hecho En Vegas

We met Las Vegas friends Senor Rick and Senorita Candy and sat at the bar to learn more about Tequila while we dined. True Tequila aficionados prefer to taste Tequila straight up in Sampler Flights to enjoy the nuances of 100% Blue Agave, Mixto , Anejo and Reposado but there is nothing wrong with experiencing Margaritas as well. Here they were made by talented Bar Manager Cesar Ramirez.

Las Vegas Tequila Patrol & Friends

While chatting about Tequila we enjoyed their classic Cantina Style Mexican Cuisine. We loved our Guacamole which was made tableside (actually bar side). We always enjoy the “show” and attention to detail. When we are asked how spicy we like it we always say Hot! The Fish tacos served with Salsa Verde and tropical fruit Pico Salsa paired perfectly with our Margaritas. We added hot sauce but not enough to mask the savory fish. Another great choice is the Carne Asada Burrito Bandera Style served with rice, beans, Pico de Gallo and crema. This was quite a hearty and tasty entrée. If you are still hungry or just want to linger longer try their Made in Vegas Waffle Tacos for dessert.

Carne Asada Burrito

 

We definitely can highly recommend Hecho En Vegas’s authentic Mexican Cuisine and our tasty thirst quenching Scratch Margaritas made with 7 Siete Leguas Tequila. We look forward to our next trip to Las Vegas and another outing with The Las Vegas Tequila Patrol.

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Hecho En Vegas Mexican Grill & Cantina in the MGM Grand Hotel:

https://www.mgmgrand.com/en/restaurants/hecho-en-vegas.html

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Learn more about Tequila:

http://www.tequila.net/faqs/tequila/types-of-tequila-classifications.html

Until we eat & drink Tequila again…..

@DiningDetective

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Carol & Joe Davis

Dining Detectives