Mesa Grill

3570 South Las Vegas Boulevard Las VegasNV89109
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Mesas Grill Restaurant takes a succulent approach to cuisine, blending authentic Mexican gastronomy and Tex-Mex flavors. Mixing a culinary sense of taste with traditional techniques, all dishes are prepared from fresh ingredients and fine spices to ensure the highest of quality. Visit our locations in McKinney, TX and Prosper, TX
by on May 18, 2019

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The Extras:
Bring Rao's home with you. Homemade pasta sauces, premium pasta, roasted peppers, extra virgin olive oil, red wine vinegar, balsamic vinegar, marinades and dressings are for sale in connecting gift shop.
by Citysearch on May 17, 2012 from Citysearch
Where to Sit:
Forgo the indoor "patio" and either cozy up in a booth where photos of famous people eyeball you as you eat or head to the real outdoors, poolside, where you can enjoy a game of bocce in between bites.
by Citysearch on May 17, 2012 from Citysearch

Editorial Reviews

Beijing Noodle No. 9, one of the best noodle bars in the western United States, is unexpectedly located just off the casino floor at Caesars Palace. Inspired by Beijing's "Bird's Nest" Olympic stadium, the space is wrapped in thin sheets of white metal, laser-cut with flower motifs. Near the entrance, a Chinese chef hand-pulls noodles (it's okay to stop and watch as he twirls, pulls, slaps, and...
by concierge on February 18, 2013 from concierge
Mesa Grill Restaurant Review:
Bobby Flay's 8,800-square-foot Mesa Grill houses a 28-seat bar and lounge, a three-tiered dining room and a bustling exhibition kitchen. The signature blue corn pancake appetizer with barbecued duck with a habanero chile and star anise sauce, served for lunch and dinner, is a telling example of Flay’s vibrant cuisine. The 16-spice-crusted chicken salad and the Mesa burger with cheddar, grilled...
by gayot on February 01, 2013 from gayot
Playful splashes of bright green, blue, red, and yellow offset the swanky curved banquettes and earth tones at Iron Chef and grill-meister Bobby Flay's first restaurant outside New York City. The menu's decidedly Southwestern, but with plenty of contemporary twists. Options might include a starter of barbecued duck with habanero chile-star anise sauce over blue-corn pancakes, and main dishes...
by fodors on September 23, 2012 from fodors
As the name might lead you to believe, Beijing Noodle No. 9 is a classic Chinese noodle joint, although not quite at the expected street-food prices. The restaurant gets a dramatic fix from enormous fishtanks at the entrance and orange-sparked white decor, but the face-lift doesn't mask the obvious: that it's just a glorified version of classic Chinese dining, replete with the same ole'...
by blackbookmag on April 08, 2012 from blackbookmag

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