Tag Archives: Cabo Mexican Restaurant

Las Vegas Restaurant Week:

T-Bones, Haichi and Terra Rossa at Red Rock Casino are all proud participants in Las Vegas Restaurant Week. The six day event gives restaurants in our community the opportunity to give back through the culinary arts. Your support for Three Square and Restaurant Week is needed and appreciated. Details & Menus at Red Rock:

Sonoma Cellar and Cabo Mexican Restaurant at Sunset Station are also participating in Restaurant Week. View Menus at Sunset:

The Broiler at Boulder Station is  also participating in Restaurant Week. View Menu at Boulder:

Pasta Cucina at Aliante Station is also participating in Las Vegas Restaurant Week 2012! View Menu at Aliante:


Las Vegas Restaurant Week 2012 / Three Square LV Home Page:

The Many Food and Drink Values at Palace Station

For great value dining (and drinking) you need look no further than your favorite just off the strip destination (Sahara & 215) Palace Station! Some helpful information for extending the value of your food and beverage buck!


Cabo Mexican Restaurant and Jack’s Irish Pub:  Both are great options for your EAT, PLAY and DRINK mission!

Did you know that Cabo currently has a .99 Shrimp Cocktail 4-6pm?  In fact, Shrimp Cocktail is just one of 9 items at Cabo for just .99! Even more values available at $2.99 and $3.99, like Beef Taco, Chicken Quesadilla, Beef Burrito, Mojitos and Margaritas. Cabo Mexican Restaurant is open Monday-Thursday 4pm-10pm, Friday & Saturday noon-11pm, and Sunday noon-10pm.

Jack’s Irish Pub has Happy Hour from 4-8pm on Friday & Saturday, and 2 Happy Hours 4-8pm & 11pm-1am every Sunday through Thursday with half price appetizers available during all Jack’s Happy Hours. $2.00 Domestic draft beers and $3.00 Imported drafts during Happy Hour, as well as 2-For-1 Cazadores and 2-For-1 Jameson shots.


Pasta Cucina has a $5.99 Spaghetti dish with any purchase of a drink, and full entrees starting at $9.99. Remember your Boarding Pass and you can get a %50 off Stone Oven Pizzas! Portions are fresh over-sized at Pasta Cucina! Open Sunday-Thursday 5pm-9pm and Friday & Saturday 5pm-10pm.



For 24/7 dining options, Grand Cafe has you covered! Low priced specials including a 2 egg skillet for $2.99 or a 1/4 LB. burger w/ fries for $2.99, plus an $8.99 Steak and Bake! Grand cafe has a ton of options including special late night items starting at $1.99 from midnight to 6am.


For value dining it doesn’t get any better (or more classic Vegas) than Feast Buffet. With Boarding Pass, from Monday-Saturday enjoy all you can eat Breakfast for $4.99 from 7am-11am, Lunch for $7.99 from 11am-4pm, and Dinner for $9.99 from 4pm-9pm. Sunday is all you can eat Brunch from 7am-4pm!


Las Vegas Cinco de Mayo Food And Drink Specials Near You

Have any plans for Cinco de Mayo this Saturday? Now you do! Chances are your nearest Station Casinos property has a Mexican Restaurant with serious deals on drinks and food! If you have a neighborhood Station Casino, then you have a party to attend on May 5th! In fact, we’re celebrating a full 3 days, from Friday May 4th through Sunday May 6th! Check out what we’re serving up in order make the celebration even more exciting:

Station Casinos Mexican Restaurants Cinco de Mayo 

  • Budweiser & Bud Light $3.00
  • Corona Extra $3.50
  • Modelo Especial $3.50
  • Bucket of 4 Coronitas $8.00
  • Perfecto Margarita $5 Sauza Blanco tequila, Grand Marnier and fresh lime and sour
  • Island  Margarita $6 Cazadores Blanco tequila and grenadine mixed with orange juice
  • Pomegranate Margarita $6 Sauza Hornitos Reposado tequila and PAMA Pomegranate liqueur mixed with fresh sour
  • Emerald Margarita $7 Jose Cuervo Tradicional Silver tequila, Midori melon liqueur and fresh sour
  • Raspberry Margarita $8 Don Julio Blanco tequila, fresh lime, fresh sour and raspberry puree
  • Mini Torta Sliders $5 Choice of shredded beef or chicken with refried beans, shredded lettuce, cheese and pico de gallo.
  • Tacos Dorados $5 Flash fried corn tortillas filled with shredded chicken or beef then stuffed with shredded lettuce, cheese and pico de gallo.
  • Mexican Pizza $5 Crisp flour tortilla layered with refried beans, ranchero sauce, jack and oaxacan cheese, shredded beef, green onions, olives, jalapeños and avocado drizzled with sour cream.
  • Sopes $5 Mini fried masa patties topped with refried beans, shredded lettuce, cheese and pico de gallo. Choice of ground beef, shredded beef or shredded chicken.
  • Mini Crisp Tacos $5 3 mini corn tortillas filled with shredded lettuce, cheese and pico de gallo. Choice of ground beef, shredded beef or shredded chicken.

The Cinco de Mayo Specials listed above are available at the following Station Casinos Mexican Restaurants:

Aliante StationCasino + Hotel – Cabo Mexican Restaurant

7300 Aliante Parkway, North Las Vegas, NV 89084
1-877-477-SOAR (7627)

Boulder Station - Cabo Mexican Restaurant

4111 Boulder Highway, Las Vegas, NV 89121
(702) 432-7777

Santa Fe Station  – Cabo Mexican Restaurant

4949 N Rancho Dr., Las Vegas, NV 89130
(702) 658-4900

Fiesta Henderson – Amigo’s Mexican Cantina

777 W. Lake Mead Pkwy,  Henderson, NV 89015
(702) 558-7000

Fiesta Rancho – Garduno’s Mexican Restaurant & Cantina

2400 N. Rancho Drive, North Las Vegas, NV 89130

(702) 631-7000

Palace Station Hotel & Casino – Cabo Mexican Restaurant

2411 W. Sahara Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89102
(702) 367-2411

Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa – Cabo Mexican Restaurant

11011 W. Charleston, Las Vegas, NV 89135
(702) 797-7777

Sunset Station Hotel & Casino  – Cabo Mexican Restaurant

1301 W. Sunset Rd,  Henderson, NV 89014
(702) 547-7777

Celebrate National Taco Day with All-You-Can-Eat Tacos

Station Casinos encourages everyone in the Las Vegas area to celebrate National Taco Day at eight Mexican restaurant locations throughout the company. From $6.99-$7.99, diners may test their eating abilities by enjoying unlimited chicken or beef tacos. The fiesta doesn’t end today! The new special continues until further notice, with days of the week and times varying by restaurant.

The following restaurants are found at Station Casinos and Fiesta properties:

Cabo Mexican Restaurant

  • Aliante Station
  • Boulder Station
  • Palace Station
  • Red Rock Resort
  • Santa Fe Station
  • Sunset Station

Garduño’s of Mexico Restaurant Cantina

  • Fiesta Rancho

 Amigo’s Mexican Cantina

  • Fiesta Henderson

The all-you-can-eat taco special coincides with the openings of Cabo at Sunset Station, Aliante Station and Boulder Station.


All Station Casinos and Fiesta Mexican restaurants are open for dinner and locations at Boulder Station and Santa Fe Station are open for lunch. Hours vary by location. For more information, log onto www.stationcasinos.com where you can link to each property for details.



About Station Casinos

Station Casinos owns 17 properties throughout Southern Nevada including Boulder Station, Green Valley Ranch resort, Fiesta Rancho, Fiesta Henderson, Palace Station, Red Rock Resort, Santa Fe Station, Sunset Station, Texas Station, Wild Wild West and several smaller properties under the Wildfire Gaming division such as Gold Rush and Wildfire Casinos. Additionally, the company manages Aliante Station. For more information or to see a complete menu, visit www.stationcasinos.com.


October 4, 2011


Contact:          Lori Nelson, Station Casinos

702-495-4248 lori.nelson@stationcasinos.com


Jay A. Alpert, Station Casinos

702-495-4244 jay.alpert@stationcasinos.com








Las Vegas Bars: ‘Sipping’ Tequila in a Margarita? Darn right!

Red Rock's Cabo is one of several Station Casinos restaurants and bars where you can get a great "shaken" margarita. Say Hi to Rick at the bar.

NOT TOO LONG ago, a buddy of mine had a tequila tasting at his birthday party. Ok, I know some of you are making the sign of the cross with your fingers, while backing away from your computer. But fear not, there are some really fine sipping tequilas out there. I’m talking Añejos, meaning tequilas that have been aged in fine oak barrels for 1 to 3 years. Some of the bottles at the tasting were Condé Azul, Gran Centenario, Don Eduardo, Don Julio 1942, and my personal fave Chinaco. And the other night, I wandered over to Cabo, in Red Rock, to see what tequilas they poured. Happily, I found all of those mentioned above — and then some! So I hopped onto a bar stool and ordered, “Don Eduardo Añejo margarita on the rocks. No salt.”  

“What?” you say. “He wasted a ‘sipping’ tequila in a margarita?” Darn right I did! And I wouldn’t call it a waste. In fact, using an añejo tequila in a margarita can take it from merely refreshment to being one of the finest mixed drinks you’ve ever tasted. And let me tell you, the margarita that Rick (the bartender at Cabo, Red Rock) placed before me was one fine sip. I asked Rick about the “mix” he used, and he told me it was made fresh, every day, with hand-squeezed lime juice. Rick also informed me that the harder you shake a margarita (never, never stir), the better the flavor. Well, Rick must have shook mine within an inch of its life because it was near perfection. Now, a word to the wise: a well-made añejo margarita goes down real easy. Maybe a little too easy, if you know what I mean. (And I think you do.) Meaning you could find it a bit more difficult to get up from your seat (read nearly impossible). But upgrading to an añejo can change everything you thought you knew about tequila and margaritas. 

Tequila & Margarita Specials at Station Casinos

If you have a favorite añejo tequila, let me know below what it is. After all, margarita season will be on us before we know it.

Jeff Perry
Sr. Ad Writer, Station Casinos