With a mix of Mexican culture and Vegas flair, Executive Chef Saul Ortiz will stir up an authentic Mariachi Easter Sunday brunch at Tacos and Tequila (T&T) on Sunday, April 8 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Luxor Hotel and Casino. In true Mexican style, a high-energy Mariachi band will spice up the fiesta as they serenade guests.
The menu offers a wide selection of egg combinations including Huevos Rancheros made with ranchero sauce, black bean puree and two eggs, any style, all served on a corn tortilla and priced at $13. Guests also will enjoy Huevos Con Chorizo, a Mexican spiced sausage with scrambled eggs, potatoes and salsa verde served on a warm flour tortilla priced at $11.
Chef Ortiz’ specialty, Chilaquiles, a flavorful mix of marinated chicken, red or green sauce, Panela cheese, crema fresca and onion served on a crispy flour tortilla priced at $14, is a mouth-watering selection guests won’t want to miss.
In addition to breakfast items, guests may complement their meals with two for one T&T Top Shelf House Margaritas made with Jose Cuervo Especial Tequila and Grand Marnier served on the rocks, as well as Bloody Marias, T&T’s Mexican twist on the cocktail. The Bloody Maria is made with Jose Cuervo Especial Tequila, Chipotle Tabasco, fresh cucumber and olive juice that’s served with a green olive, Panela cheese and tomato skewer in a Gusanos salted rim glass.
For a delicious Easter treat, diners will enjoy the “Chocolate Bunny,” a specialty drink made with Patron XO Cade Dark Chocolate, Stoli Vanilla, Crème de Cocoa Dark and Aztec chocolate bitters.
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