Today’s Cinco de Mayo, the day Mexico celebrates (wildly) its army’s unlikely victory over the French forces of Napoleon III in 1862. (Just in case you were wondering what the fuss was all about.)
Naturally, every Mexican restaurant in Las Vegas is having a shindig. But I’m opting for the mixed metaphor. Siena Italian Authentic Trattoria & Deli is hosting a Cinco de Mayo food fest too. The only place in town to buy real Italian cheeses is serving beef or chicken quesadillas and nachos for just $5.95 and soft fish tacos for $4.95.
Its mixologists even created a special Cino de Mayo cocktail: Fuego, the Mexican Absolut Cilantro. It includes orange and grapefruit juice and Tabasco. Sounds hot. There must have been a sale on cilantro because the trattoria is also serving cilantro margaritas and Bloody Marys. Maybe just stick with the Corona beer.
I’d betting (this being Vegas) that the Italians can do Mexican well too. See you there in Summerlin.
((hugs)) BETH Ellyn
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