Los Antojos, which loosely translated from Spanish means “snacks,” belongs to a Mexico City family named Martinez-Ruiz, many of whose members can be spotted behind the counter taking orders, or behind the stoves tending to their onetime flocks. Lamb, aka barbacoa, is a specialty. It’s available Saturday, and sells out fast. The regular menu will keep you busy enough, though, so no worries. The food is Chilango, or Mexico City-style.
The consome loco and cochinita pibil tacos were listed by the Las Vegas Weekly as No. 4 on the list of 50 must-eat Las Vegas meals.
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