Tacos & Beer about variety

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Sometimes the simpler the name, the better it is.

This week, I tried Tacos & Beer. And as the name would suggest, this restaurant is all about tacos and beer.

A group of us went to Tacos & Beer, located at 3900 Paradise Road for a late lunch. There are 20 different varieties of tacos to choose from. All of the tacos are priced individually so you can mix and match however you like and that is exactly what I did.

I tried three different tacos — the Carne Asada Taco, the Chicken Asada Taco and the Grilled Fish Taco. All three were very good but my favorite was the Grilled Fish taco. They grilled Tilapia with a habanero-mango salsa and a Chile lime dressing on a flour tortilla.

This taco was amazing. The tacos were priced from $2.95 to $3.95 each. If you aren’t in the mood for tacos, they had plenty of other options on the menu from salads to burritos, enchiladas and nachos.

If you are thirsty, they’ve got you covered as Tacos & Beer have a very nice selection of beers on tap for your drinking pleasure. There are 20 different craft beers on tap and they are constantly changing the list. They also have several dozen choices of bottled beer, as well as cocktails and margaritas.

Tacos & Beer was busy when we were there for lunch. But even though it was busy, the place had a really hip vibe with the laid-back atmosphere and music pumping through the restaurant. Tacos & Beer would be a fun place in the evenings to hang out with friends while kicking back with a couple cold margaritas, while eating chips and salsa.

Tacos & Beer is just a few minutes from the Las Vegas Strip and just a few blocks from the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. With so many Tacos to choose from I have to come back just to try all the different tacos. I give Tacos & Beer 3.75 Forks. 

www.tacosandbeerlasvegas.com

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