La Comida

La Comida

Description

Michael Morton, a major Las Vegas Strip restaurant player who operates La Cave at Wynn, has opened La Comida, a Mexican restaurant in the downtown. According to the Las Vegas Weekly's Brock Radke, "A massive margarita menu and authentic cuisine are already attracting big crowds … or maybe it’s the neon monkey sign guiding the way."
In an interview with Radke, Morton explained why he wanted to open a Mexican eatery downtown:
"What makes you feel better than sitting in a great Mexican restaurant with friends and family?” Morton says. “There’s a demand for it. The style of food and price point is the right fit for Downtown.”
The chef is Pablo Sanchez-Ortiz, a veteran of Strip kitchens at Wynn and Cosmopolitan.
Feel like splurging? The El Millionario flight of three tequila shots (Gran Patron Bordeaux, Don Julio Real and Herradura Seleccion Suprema) runs $234.

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Location

La Comida

(Directions)
106 Sixth St., Las Vegas, 89101
(Just south of Sixth and Fremont)
Phone: 702-463-9900
Business hours
Sunday
11 a.m.
to
11 p.m.
Monday
11 a.m.
to
11 p.m.
Tuesday
11 a.m.
to
11 p.m.
Wednesday
11 a.m.
to
11 p.m.
Thursday
11 a.m.
to
11 p.m.
Friday
11 a.m.
to
2 a.m.
Saturday
11 a.m.
to
2 a.m.
Credit Cards Accepted
Yes
Parking
Valet: Unknown
Parking fee: Unknown
Attire
Casual